Churt and the surrounding area offers a multitude of local attractions, tranquil walks and beautiful scenery to explore…
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Alice Holt Forest
Walk, cycle, play or have a picnic in these lovely woods. Experience life in the trees with Go Ape and finish your visit with a quiet stroll in one of the more remote parts of the forest.
(Distance: 6.6 miles)
Visit Alice Holt Forest
Frensham Little Pond and Great Pond
Frensham Little Pond and Great Pond were originally created in the 13th century, to supply fish to the Bishop of Winchester and his court, whilst visiting Farnham Castle. Today the pond and surrounding area is a sanctuary for wildlife with always something new to see.
(Distance: 2.6 miles)
Hankley Common Golf Club
Hankley Common Golf Club was first opened for play in 1897. Bobby Locke described the course as the closest resemblance to a seaside links and the famous course architect, Charles Lawrie, once described the course as “one of the best inland layouts in Britain”.
(Distance: 2.1 miles)
Tee Off at Hankley
Hindhead Commons and The Devil’s Punch Bowl
You don’t have to go far to admire the views across the Punch Bowl or venture a bit further and discover the stunning scenery at Highcombe Edge and Gibbet Hill. Gibbet Hill is the second highest point in Surrey with views across the Weald.
(Distance: 2.8 miles)
Visit The Devil’s Punch Bowl
Hindhead Golf Club
Founded in 1904 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and a small group of golfing enthusiasts, Hindhead Golf Club is set in one of the most glorious natural settings and ranks amongst the best of Britain’s heathland courses.
(Distance: 2.7 miles)
Tee Off at Hindhead
Jane Austen’s House Museum
Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire is the only house where Jane lived and wrote which is open to the public as a museum.
(Distance: 12 miles)
Visit Jane Austen’s House
RHS Garden Wisley
The Royal Horticultural Society’s garden at Wisley in the English county of Surrey is one of four gardens run by the Society and is the second most visited paid entry garden in the UK after the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
(Distance: 22.6 miles)
Explore the Gardens
The Devil’s Jumps
The Devil’s Jumps are a series of three small hills near the village of Churt in the country of Surrey. The highest of the three Jumps is Stony Jump. Middle Devil’s Jump measures 60 feet (18 m) high and once supported an observatory built by 19th century British astronomer Richard Christopher Carrington.
(Distance: Opposite B&TD)
Walk the Jumps
The Sculpture Park
The Sculpture Park is conveniently situated opposite us at Bel & The Dragon & features 600 Modern and Contemporary Sculptures displayed throughout ten acres of arboretum and water gardens.
(Distance: Opposite B&TD)
Explore The Sculpture Park
Thursley National Nature Reserve
Thursley NNR is one of the largest remaining fragments of Surrey heath and includes areas of lowland heath, mire and woodland. The site supports a range of typical heathland wildlife including large invertebrate populations.
(Distance: 2.4 miles)
The ruins of Waverley Abbey are situated in a peaceful loop of the River Wey, and still give an impression of the solitude experienced by the monks who founded a monastery here almost 900 years ago.
(Distance: 4.6 miles)
Visit Waverley Abbey
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