Adhurst Circular Walk one hour
The Adhurst Circular Walk takes in the village of Sheet and The Queens Head as well as The Harrow in Steep. The Harrow was Unspoilt Pub of the Year 2008. (Children are only allowed in the garden as it’s tiny inside. Cash/ cheque only.) The food is mainly local produce and we recommend the roast beef sandwiches, soups and Scotch eggs.
The Queen’s Head 25 minutes, 1 mile
In the village of Sheet you will find the Queens Head where you can have a hot meal in charming surroundings.
Durleighmarsh – 45 minutes, 2.5 miles
Durleighmarsh Farm have a wonderful shop attached to their pick-your-own fields, and a tearoom (closed Sunday afternoons and Mondays). For what’s in season click here or at www.durleighmarshfarmshop.co.uk. The crisp asparagus is highly recommended and works very well on the bbq with drizzled olive oil and lemon. If you visit Durleighmarsh between 11 and 2pm on Wednesdays or Saturdays you’ll catch the visiting fishmonger and can bring back a nice whole fish to bbq or even seafood kebabs. Details of this walk will be inside your yurt.
The Cricketers – 45 minutes, 2.5 miles
This walk bypasses the town and goes through a bit of residential, taking in the villages of Sheet and Steep. The Cricketers Inn has a proper pizza oven and an elegant yet casual interior. It is now under new management and is well worth the walk. The details of this walk are in your yurt.
Hangers Way – 21 miles in total
From the Harrow Inn you can pick up Hangers’ Way which passes through Selborne, Steep and Petersfield and beyond if you you’re up for more. Pubs include The Pub With No Name and the Hawkley Inn. This walk is highly recommended – click here for map. We can arrange car transport for walkers to the Pub With No Name.
The Serpent Trail – 64 miles in 16 stages
Simply follow the Serpent Trail way-marker discs to explore some of the most breathtaking countryside in the South East. Stage 4 and Stage 16 are both easy reach from Adhurst and highly recommended.
South Downs Way – 100 miles and 8 days on foot, 3 on bike
The backbone of the South Downs, and a National Trail (click here). Access from Harting Down, highest point at Butser Hill.
We can customise any routes that interest you and can organise transport to and from walks if you plan slightly in advance.