Easy-to-moderate walking with some ascents / descents, and occasional longer days.
The season for this holiday is:
01 April - 30 September 2019
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6 nights: 01 April - 30 September 2019
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|1 - 30 April||£530||£385|
|1 - 26 May||£545||£400|
|27 - 31 May||£595||£435|
|1 June - 26 August||£625||£475|
|27 - 31 August||£595||£435|
|1 - 24 September||£545||£400|
|3rd & 4th person discount||-£40|
|Single traveller supplement||£40|
Includes accommodation, meals and services integral to the holiday as described, plus walking notes and maps, but no travel from the UK, nor any connecting travel from the airport unless stated below.
Please note: dogs are not permitted on Inntravel holidays
Important: there are no twin-bedded rooms at Yew Tree Inn; for individual rooms add £72pppn 1 July - 31 August or £60pppn all other 2019 dates
Included travel: transfer Hollington-St Mary Bourne to collect car
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Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Jack Russell Inn|
|Deluxe: 01 Apr - 30 Sep 2019||£10|
Connecting travel options - out via Whitchurch, home via Newbury
|Outward route||Price per person||
|taxi Whitchurch station to hotel (0h15)||£5||flexible|
|Homeward route||Price per person||
|taxi hotel to Newbury station (0h20)||£10||flexible|
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Accommodation food in the evening and picnics all very good. Staff very friendly and taxi transfers excellent. Walked through some beautiful countryside and pretty villages. On occasions the views were spectacular - particularly walking along the ridgeway.
A personal highlight was climbing Beacon Hill on the last day. The ascent had been in doubt as it was drizzling as we approached the point of decision. However, we sat at the side of the road and had lunch after which the rain had stopped, so we ventured up. After the rain there had been previously, the path up was quite muddy, and this was especially a problem on the descent, when I sat down unintentionally on a very muddy step....., but the view from the top was terrific.
We were also especially impressed by the Jack Russell Inn - the room we were in, "Dottie", had beautiful decor and lots of space.