2.5 - 4 hours
Although this route is fairly narrow and steep, it offers amazing views of the countryside and a chance to get away from urban life.
- Marshfield was an important market town and by 1334 was the 4th most prosperous town in the area.
- At the western end of the village there are some almshouses dating to the 17th century which have recently been renovated.
- In the 18th century, further development was stimulated by trade in wool, candles and malt. Many of the former malthouses and storage buildings can still be seen.
- Marshfield is also the home to Marshfield Farm ice cream which can be purchased in the local shops.