I thought I would do a mini mid-holiday blog about our trip today to the Walkers Hut. It is always one of our places we like to visit whenever we are in Salcombe, Devon.
You park up in the National Trust East Soar Car Park and then take a walk to the walkers hut along a track, it takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes depending on how fast / slow you walk, so not far, but worth the walk as the views are beautiful.
Once you arrive, you will see that they have some great things for the kids, including the Fairy Woods where they can have fun den building. They provide teas, locally produced juices and drinks, locally produced ice cream, fresh coffee, cream teas and freshly baked cakes. The farm has pet sheep, pony, donkeys, pygmy goats as well as a wonderful adventure trail for children. A small rustic playground opposite the Walkers’ Hut makes it ideal for parents to relax while children play in a safe environment.
They work on an honesty box system where you serve yourself and then leave the money in a little money tin, plus they provide washing up facilities, so once you’re done, its easy enough to clear up after yourself
Here are just a few photos I took today