Walking in & around Otterfalls
Within our boundaries there are a number of well maintained trails including a walk along the river Otter’s bank. There are a number of connecting footpaths and a bridle path which are all worth exploring – Reception are able to provide details.
Walking in East Devon
The East Devon Area of Natural outstanding beauty runs along the coast of south-east Devon, broadly covering the coastal region from east of Exmouth to west of Lyme Regis, and inland to Honiton.
(Note: more recently a second Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has been established in East Devon, that of the Blackdown Hills)
The countryside and scenery includes the dramatic cliffs of the Jurassic Coast, unspoiled ‘traditional’ English countryside landscapes of woodlands and small-scale farming, some regions of moorland, and almost 30km of fine coastal scenery.
East Devon Coast
Much of the coast falls within the Jurassic Coast – the stretch of coast listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As well as very scenic coast to discover, there is a good selection of beaches including those at Beer, Branscombe and Budleigh Salterton. Exmouth, Seaton and Sidmouth beaches are also popular – they are not within the AONB but are completely surrounded by the designated region and will usually form part of a visit.