We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.
Full view
Location
Contact
A39, Minehead TA24 8TJ England
Get to know the area
South West Coast Path Walking - Somerset & Devon (11 days, 10 nights)
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

South West Coast Path Walking - Somerset & Devon (11 days, 10 nights)

The South West Coast Path is one of the UK’s National Trail footpaths, running 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset, round the South West tip of England to Bournemouth in Dorset. This itinerary focusses on the Somerset &amp; North Devon Coastline. From the start in Minehead, the path drifts inland across Exmoor and the gorgeous moorland landscape. <br><br>What's included?<br>Breakfast included, other meals excluded <br>Luggage Transfers between accommodation providers<br>Fully comprehensive tour pack with maps, available in English, German, French and Italian as standard. (Other languages available on request)<br>Access to a smartphone digital app which offers GPS tracking for the routes (downloaded prior to save on data costs)<br>Access to a 24/7 helpline in case of any emergencies <br><br>Exclusions<br>Entry or admission fee<br>Landing &amp; facility fees<br>Individual travel to the UK<br>Lunch &amp; Dinner<br>Travel Taxes<br>Entry fees to attractions <br><br>Please note<br>Passport required<br>Passport needed if travelling to UK from other countries
US$1,321.84 per adult
15Reviews1Q&A
Traveller rating
  • 10
  • 4
  • 1
  • 0
  • 0
Traveller type
Time of year
Language
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
Anonymous1099 wrote a review Oct 2020
39 contributions8 helpful votes
An incredible woodland, reminding me of the rainforests of other countries where I have lived. This is so important to preserve these vital rare sites left in the United Kingdom, Thank you National Trust. I love the forestry management such as leaving the dead trees to rot improving the biodiversity, as opposed to what many places previously did remove rotting wood at the cost of the environment. It is brilliant that the National Trust is reintroducing previously extinct animals such as the European Beaver, please continue this work with many others (Bison, Wolf, Lynx etc.). Towards the end of the walk though you can see farm land which is a real shame. It is such a shame that (some)farmers have felt the need to destroy(along with all their environmental destroying techniques) what was there before them and benefited every organism and that farmers pretend they 'own' the land even though there is no physical process for this. The land is not owned by humans and we are a very small part of the organisms of the earth although unfortunately we know make up 99% of the biomass. We should learn from the Aboriginals. It would be nice if the National Trust took land back from the farmers and the wretched NFU and took the land back to its former glory.
Read more
Date of experience: October 2020
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
sctd421 wrote a review Jul 2020
Machynlleth, United Kingdom169 contributions96 helpful votes
Visited this national trust to go in a leisurely walk, we walked to Webber’s points, was very enjoyable and we’ll sign posted so easily knew where to go. Nice afternoon stroll
Read more
Date of experience: July 2020
Helpful
Share
Barbara R wrote a review Mar 2019
Slough, United Kingdom52 contributions12 helpful votes
Stayed at the hotel for a painting and sketching holiday. Hotel is comfortable and food reasonably good. The gardens are lovely and it’s a very tranquil place.
Read more
Date of experience: July 2018
Helpful
Share
Charlie C wrote a review Oct 2018
Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom550 contributions156 helpful votes
Whether you have a dog to walk or not, this offers fabulous strolls, hikes, tramps, whatever you want.
Read more
Date of experience: August 2018
Helpful
Share
scotlass66 wrote a review Jun 2018
syracuse ny152 contributions29 helpful votes
Challenging to get to (down some very narrow roads), but well worth it. There is a lovely 15th century church opposite the car small car park with breathtaking views over the valley below, then paths that lead to the village and thatched cottages. One is a tea room, where we enjoyed cream tea which was delicious.
Read more
Date of experience: June 2018
Helpful
Share
Previous