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The farm is set in the South Downs National Park with numerous woodland trails with panoramic views over Petersfield, Steep and Hawkley, waiting to be explored!

Just steps away from your bell tent is the Ashford Hangers Nature Reserve. With its network of walking tracks it holds important historical connections to the 18th Century naturalist Gilbert White and the war time poet Edward Thomas, who’s memorial stone within the hangers offers a commanding view of the South Downs Way with Petersfield lying beneath.

Other local attractions include...

The secretive Priors Dean Vineyard overlooking the village of Hawkley (wine from the vineyard can be made available on request)

The ancient market town of Petersfield is approximately 3 miles away, with lively town square and weekly markets, also offering mainline train station to further afield destinations such as Portsmouth historical dockyards or the Isle of Wight.

A short drive away…

Selbourne’s Gilbert White Museum

Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Butser Hill (highest point in Hampshire) and Butser Ancient Farm

Harting Hill with beautiful walking routes

Goodwood racecourse

Cowdray Park

Petworth Park

Watercress Line, Alton

The beach is a 45 minute drive away

Devils Punch Bowl is a 15 minute drive

Meon Springs offers fishing experiences

Shipwrights Way – a cycle route from Bentley to Portsmouth Dockyard, part of the national cycle network route 22, linking London to Portsmouth

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