Seaton - Beer - Pratt's Hill - Holyford - Seaton

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This walk uses a short section of the coast path, travelling westward from Seaton to Beer on an undulating route. You then turn inland and once out of Beer, use country lanes and field-paths to pass over Pratt's Hill, from which you have excellent views of the coast and of the Axe Valley. The final section takes you through a tiny, picturesque village called Holyford before returning down another country lane into the outskirts of Seaton and then using a path beside the Axe Valley to return to your start point.

England - South West England - Devon - Coast


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Play Area, Pub, River, Sea, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
12/24/2022 - victoria fox

We did this walk on the 23rd Dec 2022 & there was no diversion signs. Stay on the main Beer road for an extra 1/2mile, walk down the hill until you come to the Beer permissive footpath signs directing you to cross the road & follow the Clinton Way. This will take you along to the next way marker. This is a great walk with fabulous views in every direction. There is the option at low tide to walk along the beach & pick this walk up at way mark 3

10/23/2015 - Brian and Anne Sandland

Thank-you to Ian for the previous comment. Your kind intervention is much appreciated. Users of this route would do well to note Ian’s comment. Brian and Anne.

10/20/2015 - Ian Berry

Anybody attempting this walk now as we did today should be aware that cliff erosion has closed Old Beer Road and it is therefore impossible to walk from point 2 to 3 on the coastal path. To enjoy the rest of the walk wee stayed on the Beer Main Road for about another half mile until we saw the redirected Coastal Path signs on the left side which would then take you to point 3. From there you could enjoy the rest of the walk but adding a short distance of about half a mile. Ian Berry

12/31/2005 - Robin Philpott

I did this walk on 26 December 2005. An enjoyable and relatively easy walk and an interesting route. Plenty of birds and wildlife and if you are lucky, as we were, you might stumble into the midst of the Axe Vale Hunt.

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