Episode 3: Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury

This week Julia is in one of the last great wildernesses in the UK, Dartmoor National Park. with more ideas for walking in Cornwall and Devon on Wednesday 20 January at 8pm ITV.

On a seven-mile circular walk from the iconic Hay Tor, Julia has a go at climbing its towering granite rocks, learns about the Dartmoor Pony with naturalist Nick Baker and discovers the myths and legends of the moor with musician Seth Lakeman. It’s a breath-taking walk in one of our most inspirational landscapes.

If you want to follow in Julia’s footsteps on this route, we recommend staying at the Cromwell Arms in Bovey Tracey or the Dartmoor Half Way Inn in Newton Abbot.

The Cromwell Arms is a picturesque 17th century oak-beamed pub that has been tastefully modernised with charming spacious bedrooms. Nestled on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, it is a great base for hiking and cycling holidays. You can bring your dog too but please do let them know in advance.

The Dartmoor Halfway Inn is a dog friendly pub that has been lovingly transformed into a vibrant hub with four gorgeous bedrooms. They take pride in their traditional home cooked food, great selection of local ales and ciders and warm hospitality. It is the perfect spot to relax and refuel after long treks or cycles over the moors.

Stay in a Pub is a partner of The Outdoor Guide (TOG), an online resource set up by Julia Bradbury and her sister Gina that aims to bring together information for walks all around the UK. Together we work to inspire people to get out and explore our wonderful country and what better base than to stay in a great British pub.

Details of walking in Cornwall and Devon featured in last week’s episode (North Atlantic Coast and Padstow) of the current series of Julia’s walks can be found here