The National Trust Cafe and Shop are only open for the season
From Lynmouth follow signs to Watersmeet along left side of river ,cross over either bridge. After about 1/4 mile track splits-take the Riverside walk crossing the Black pool bridge to the right side of the river. When just past repaired wooden bridge at the steps look out for the remains of the Water factory that was washed away in the great flood of 1952. The path then goes through Private property for about 40 yds only. At the next bridge ( stone) continue on theright side of river to Watersmeet. There is a National Trust Shop, cafe with outside seating. Setting off back follow the river up through the woods on the right side of the river and you will end up back at the junction of the Riverside walk 3.5 miles total. Lots of wildlife, Herons, Salmon, Deer, Dippers.
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This walk starts in Lynmouth and is well sign posted throughout. It takes you on a walk alongside the East Lyn River. There is a National Trust cafe at the end with a nice outdoor seating area overlooking the river. The total walk there and back to Lynmouth took us about 2.5hrs, which included a few stops along the way to let the dog have a swim.
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