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I love this walk I have done it several times parking is easy at the national trust car park

Starting your walk from the national trust car park the walk takes two routes I don’t like to cliff... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
sallyannharvey
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Barnstaple, United Kingdom
Great little walk from Croyde to blow the cobwebs away!

A short (20 - 30 mins) walk from Croyde with just one steep hill to negotiate. You'll need to keep... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Julie S
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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A short and easy 2.7 mile walk on the South West Coast Path out to the tip of Baggy Point and back again, taking in spectacular views of the coastline towards Bideford Bay and Hartland. Children will love the whale bones and the old wreck post, as...more
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| Baggy Point National Trust Car Park, Croyde, Braunton PL21 9EF, England
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All reviews great walk national trust car park baggy point amazing views lundy island the cliff coastal path croyde bay tea room well worth the effort gentle walk bird life over the top national trust members mile round trip non members nt members
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Starting your walk from the national trust car park the walk takes two routes I don’t like to cliff hug so I take the detour walk witch takes u up the cliff a little ahead of the point the views are outstanding and once past...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A short (20 - 30 mins) walk from Croyde with just one steep hill to negotiate. You'll need to keep a close eye on small children but a great little hour excursion to hear the waves crashing against the rocks and part of a longer...More

Thank Julie S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

During our weekend in Croyde we did the coastal path walk to Baggy Point. It was a beautiful sunny day and the views were stunning. It was a lovely walk for the adults and the 3 children (aged 7-10). There were lots of things to...More

Thank N B
Reviewed 5 November 2018 via mobile

Took this trail as had a pushchair and it was great to see such beautiful scenery. The path was fine all the way to Baggy Point. Thank you National Trust for such a lovely area. The only qualm was the tea shop was not open!

Thank Samantha J
Reviewed 4 November 2018

Croyde Is a great place to be while visiting North Devon. There Is a NT Car Park and If you are a member, It Is FREE. If you are not, It Is £5 all day. The Car Park Is near "Baggy Point". There Is also...More

Thank LCA1
Reviewed 29 October 2018

A great local place to go and gaze out to sea. Park up in the NT car park and after go to the tea room.

Thank EX33Sharon
Reviewed 27 October 2018 via mobile

Great and unusual to have a cliff too walk that you can take a pram on. Also potentially suitable for wheelchair users. Great sea views. We turned round at the coastguard training pole at Baggy Point and came back the same way, but you can...More

Thank jlw283
Reviewed 15 October 2018

We parked in the National trust car park that is free to NT members. We first had a lunch at the cafe that was very nice and gave us power for the walk. The walk is very good with great views. The path is good...More

1  Thank swift-simba
Reviewed 14 October 2018

Found in the National Trust book so used the car park for free as members. Beautiful walk, two routes form a circular tour, well signed. Views across the sands and rocky shore, seats en route. Cafe and toilet facilities.

1  Thank shaunmacklin
Reviewed 11 October 2018

This is a walk that follows the coastal path for part of the route so does get a bit narrow in places. The views are stunning but path will be slippery and muddy in wet weather and I would avoid it in very windy conditions...More

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Darren F
23 July 2018|
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Response from billpA4392PW | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The path is fairly straightforward so the wheelchair should be ok ( hope your daughter recovers quickly ) We had the dogs off the lead most of the way, it largely depends on how well behaved they are. It’s a... More
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billpA4392PW
12 July 2018|
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Response from Gwespyr | Reviewed this property |
As it is a National Trust car park they do not charge members and I think it was £5 for non members. Other parking spots in the area are very limited.
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Keith P
7 May 2015|
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Response from Robert L | Reviewed this property |
As above by Brian G, the first half mile is OK but thereafter definitely unsuitable. Regards Bob L
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