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A South West Coast Path - Clovelly & Mouth Mill

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A South West Coast Path - Clovelly & Mouth Mill

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elizabethlV6977MN wrote a review Oct 2020
Bournemouth, United Kingdom124 contributions33 helpful votes
Lovely day walking the village of Clovelly then walking the Coastal Path to Mouthmill and Blackchurch rock. Sooo many colourful pheasants to see along the walk. An amazing rock formation. We managed to shimmy onto the rock beach to marvel at the rock formation with 3 dogs. Beautiful forest and paths along the way. Clovelly is fascinating as a village and fishermans place of abode.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mrslaws wrote a review Aug 2020
Kent, United Kingdom48 contributions18 helpful votes
We started the walk from Clovelly Visitor Centre to Mouthmill Cove and immediately went wrong by heading down the very steep hill at the edge of the car park. The walk starts at the edge of the car park via the gate which also leads to the manor house. Follow the yellow coast path signs. Once on the correct path we were able to enjoy the beautiful views of the coast, having a rest under Angel Wings before continuing via Gallantry Bower and the Wilderness to the Lookout where we enjoyed woodland and pretty coastal views. Interesting points include Barrows associated to the Bronze age. We made our way onwards Mountmill Cove. This walk is pretty steep and narrow in places. I would definitely recommend wearing walking shoes/boots. Part of the walk is not suitable for pushchairs, young children or people with mobility difficulties. The cove is secluded, great for exploring the many rock pools and seeing the stunning Blackchurch rock. The walk is approximately 4 and a half miles to the cove and back. You can enjoy a well deserved drink in the cafes, pub or Clovelly Visitor centre on your return.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Julie wrote a review Oct 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
A really amazing walk but with some tricky terrain and a real slog in places, this is a walk that is very worthwhile but not for the faint hearted and not to be rushed
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Albywon wrote a review May 2019
Sydney, Australia11,594 contributions1,125 helpful votes
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This section of the SWCP is quite bland compared to what follows once you get further South West near Hartland Point. Still a couple of nice features Including Clovelly Cottage and Angels Nest. This was the start of Day 9 of the SWCP for me.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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jollyrobert wrote a review Jun 2018
Bridgend, United Kingdom938 contributions773 helpful votes
We set off on this feature walk from the car park at the Clovelly Visitor centre, having been dropped off by the frequent and very good Land Rover shuttle free service offered by the Red Lion hotel , running up to the " top of cobbles", where we were staying for 3 nights on a Travelzoo voucher offer. The centre provides an excellent printed guide which we were taking advantage off, and we set off on the waymarked lower path, sometimes up-a-long, often down-a-long visiting various salient along the way, the most memorable the Angel's Wings but you need to visit to understand why. We were part way down the long and difficult, muddy path into the cove when we decided that caution was the better part of valour, and having had a surfeit of stunning views, including out towards Puffin Island , when we retreated via the Clovelly Court gardens and returned back to a cream tea in the village. Be aware that you are very close to the cliff's edge at a number of point along the walk, including at Gallantry Bower, but the views are literally to die for.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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