Could there be a better location than Clawford Lakes to enjoy a walking holiday in Devon? We don’t think so! Here in the unspoilt Claw Valley, the natural beauty and peaceful tranquillity make you reach for your walking boots as soon as you arrive. These rolling hills and the nearby coastline retain a magical quality that has barely changed over the centuries, offering you the opportunity to do a different walk every day.
With two stunning National Parks, lush, green hills and valleys, and the Cornish and Devon coasts on your doorstep, Clawford Lakes offers everything from gentle circular strolls to glorious windswept hikes. The North Devon beaches are famously sandy and wonderful to walk along, while the well-marked South West Coast Path passes through our nearest coastal resort, Bude. From here, a 630-mile trail, that runs through Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset, opens up a wealth of walks.
And, if all the fresh air and exercise makes you hungry, you’re in the right place – stop off for an authentic Cornish pasty or a delicious cream tea or work up an appetite walking across the dunes at Padstow before calling in for lunch at Rick Stein’s world-famous fish restaurant.