Fingle Bridge

Fingle Bridge is a 17th-century stone arch bridge carrying an unclassified road over the River Teign near Drewsteignton, This packhorse bridge has three arches and the two central piers are surrounded by triangular cutwaters extending upwards to form pedestrian refuges, and it is a Grade II listed structure. There is a fine pub, the Fingle Bridge Inn right by this bridge and a classic walk from Castle Drogo via the Hunters path brings you here, before returning via a path on the south of the river. The bridge takes its name from the Fingle Brook which flows into the River Teign at this point. The bridge sits on a key crossing point of the Teign between Prestonbury and Cranbrook Castles.



Fingle Bridge and the Inn behind. Prestonbury Castle sits on top of the hill above


The Fingle brook enters the Teign to the right of the bridge


The road over the bridge