1) Hunters Inn to Heddons Mouth
We love this walk and indeed the Hunters Inn pub. There is a public footpath along the side of the pub that runs along the side of the river (which our dog loves to swin in), through a wooded valley and leads you out to the sea at Heddons Mouth. The Hunters Inn has a large garden and a spacious and airy dining room with a fabulous menu.
Here is the route described on the National Trust website.
2) Ilfracombe to Lee Circular walk visiting the Grampus Inn
We try to get this walk in as often as we can as it starts from the National Trust carpark behind our house! The Poundhouse crisp cider is just the thing after a clifftop walk either sitting in the wonderful garden or inside by the cosy log fire in the winter. Fridays are usually open mic at the Grampus Inn with a seriously talented set of folk musicians in residence including the owner Bill on the fiddle.
Here is a link to the route on the National Trust website
3) Morte Point and Bull Point Circular walk
We love this walk when we are feeling energetic! The stunning wreckers coastline is a must and of course you have the magnificent beach views and the town of Woolacombe to refuel. Our dog friendly pub of choice for fabulous food and drinks is the Jube located in the middle of the town.
Here is the National Trust route guide.
4) Tarr Steps Circular Walk
5) Lynmouth circular walk via Watersmeet and Countisbury