Bluebell Woods Devon To Explore

Bluebell Woods Devon – Looking for some stunning bluebell woods in Devon, then check out our suggestions, there are some great bluebell walks Devon to explore.

If you do find some amazing Devon Bluebell Woods, remember to tread carefully and stick to the paths, so that the many Bluebell Wood Devon continue to thrive and not be destroyed.

It is a criminal offence to dig up Bluebell flowers, so remember to leave the Bluebell walk Devon alone for everyone to enjoy.

Bluebell Woods Devon To Explore

A La Ronde

Location: Summer Lane, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 5BD

You won’t see great carpets of blue here, but there are patches of bluebells among the other spring flowers in the garden of this quirky 18th-century, 16-sided house.

Andrews Wood

Location: Nr Kingsbridge, Devon, TQ7 4EA

A beautiful patchwork of woodland and meadows in the heart of the wonderful South Hams countryside.

Blackbury Camp

Location: Southleigh, Colyton, Devon, EX24 6JE

Visit during late spring to see the fantastic carpet of bluebells and bring a picnic to make the most of this picturesque spot – also a great base for local walks, perfect for toddlers, suitable for buggy’s and a great piicnic spot.

Brownsham Wood, Bideford

Location: Brownsham, Hartland nr Bideford, Devon, EX39 6AN

Brownsham is a National Trust owned property and it offers the best of both worlds with spectacular open woods masked in bluebells in the spring months – not to mention a rich diversity of wildlife, all whilst connecting to the South West coastal path for breathtaking coastal scenery. Brownsham is located in Hartland, near Bideford, or maybe take part in the 2 mile Beckland Woods Bluebell Walk

Buckland Abbey

Location: Yelverton, Devon, PL20 6EY

Buckland Abbey is a National Trust garden and estate, showcasing stunning walks through meadows, orchards and woodlands. Their way-marked trails provide an accessible journey through a world of bluebells, all whilst taking in views of the Tavy Valley. You’ll find Buckland Abbey just ¼ mile out of Yelverton. This picturesque spot makes a lovely spring outing.

Coombe Wood

Location: near Honiton, Devon, EX14.

The woods are small and there is a one mile circular walk around the perimeter, the perfect length for a stroll for all ages. This woodland is just to the north of Honiton, and a perfect spot for bluebell spotting.


Location: East Dartmoor, near Dunsford village, Nr Exeter,  EX6 7EG

Stunning riverside walks through a wooded valley on the edge of Dartmoor. Beautiful at any time of year, Dunsford is famous for its wild daffodils in early spring.

Emsworthy Mire

Location: The reserve is off the B3387 on the road from Bovey Tracey to Widecombe-in-the-Moor past Haytor. Near Widecombe-in-the-Moor, TQ13 7TT

Emsworthy Mire, a Devon Wildlife Trust area, is a 98-hectare site with a small stream (Becka Brook) running along the bottom of the wet valley mire. During the springtime the field in front of the barn is saturated with bluebells; a perfect spot for admiring nature’s beauty. 

Fire Beacon Hill

Location:Sidmouth EX10 0LR

Fire Beacon Hill above Sidbury has a bluebell wood and moorland with views along the Sid Valley to the coast. There are a couple of car parks along the ridge at the top of the hill.


Location: Nr Great Torrington, Devon, EX19 8ND

Halsdon consists of a mixture of ancient woodland, floodplain meadows and a magnificent length of the River Torridge immortalised by the tale of Tarka the Otter.  The woodland has a rich ground flora including primroses, wild garlic and broad-leaved helleborine. Marshy fields alongside the river support such plants as devil’s bit scabious and march cinquefoil. Kingfishers and dippers can be seen, and all three species of woodpecker breed in the reserve.

Holwell Lawn Circular Bluebell Walk

Location: Newton Abbot TQ13 9XG

Holwell Lawn is the most popular place to experience bluebells in Dartmoor National Park. On a sunny day, when the flowers are at their most vibrant and their intoxicatng smell pervades the moor, Holwell Lawn can get crowded. This circular walk takes you through the most popular area in addition to large patches of bluebells away from the crowd

Holyford Woods

Location: Blackdown House, Border Road, Heathpark Industrial Estate, Honiton, EX14 1EJ

One of the oldest woodlands in England, this nature reserve is managed by the East Devon Countryside team and Holyford Woodland Trust with their band of volunteers. This woodland is beautiful for a walk at anytime of year. It’s not the most accessible place to access or walk around (access is via a fairly steep hill from Tower Garage), but it makes it all the more special.


Location: Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, EX5 3LE

You’ll find bluebells In the shade of the conifers in the main garden, along the pathways in the grounds of the Chapel, or further out at Columbjohn Woods or at The Clump.

Lady’s Wood

Location: South Brent, Devon, TQ10 9JE

Lady’s Wood, owned by the Devon Wildlife Trust, is a woodland canopy overshadowed by oak and ash. The woods are renowned for being overrun by unmissable bluebells in the spring months. Lady’s Wood can be found just south of Dartmoor, near South Brent.

New England Wood

Location: Plymouth PL7 5BA

New England Wood covers 21 hectares (53 acres) of broadleaf woodland at Lee Mill, half a mile from the A38 and seven miles to the east of Plymouth. This new nature reserve also has the River Yealm passing beneath its trees.

Salcombe Hill

Location: Salcombe Hill , Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 0NY

Plenty of bluebells to be seen on the route of the walk through National Trust land along the South West Coast Path, which also offers beautiful views across Sidmouth Bay. Parking available at National Trust car park. 

Scanniclift Copse

Location: 1 mile south west of Doddiscombsleigh, Nr Exeter, Devon, EX6 7PW

Scanniclift Copse, a Devon Wildlife Trust area, is mainly a derelict oak copse that joins onto the oak woodland at Woodah farm. During May, the woodland is sprinkled with wild garlic and bluebells, resulting in an aesthetically pleasing destination to admire these springtime flowers.

Wembury Woods

Location: Wembury village, Devon

Wembury Woods is a National Trust destination, hosting a hilly track through woodlands littered with bluebells. Here, you’ll also find stunning views of the Yealm River just a stone’s throw from Wembury Village.

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