As a guest at Lower Marsh Farm, there are ample opportunities for walking either within our grounds or via the public footpaths that are nearby.

Within our grounds, you can go up into our private woods which have snowdrops, bluebells, daffodils, wild garlic and a den for kids.  A tree stump circle for grown-ups marks out a perfect place for a shady picnic on a hot day.

Alternatively, wander down past our Salt Marsh, stopping to say hello to our Highland Cows and look out for the numerous rare birds (including kingfishers!) before reaching our private shingle beach. At low tides, you can then walk along the beach before looping back up the other side of the Salt Marsh or heading over to Cargreen (the next village over) for a longer route. Coming back from Cargreen can be completed via a public footpath across fields.

Other options are to take the Bridlepath up past our woods and then on quiet country lanes head over to Botus Fleming for a drink at The Rising Sun pub.

Further afield, there are fantastic walking options in the Tamar Valley and on Dartmoor. If you go for a walk on Dartmoor, check out The Warren House Inn at Postbridge which is a free house where the fire has been burning since 1845 and at 1425ft (434m) above sea level, is the highest Inn in Southern England.