Beautiful views and walks, especially in the sunshine! Great visitor centre, could benefit from a few more dog poop bins!
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We enjoyed the White Horse because my son has never seen one before. We had lunch at the bottom and then walked up the side and across the top of the horse. We didn't do the whole walk as we didn't have time but it...More
Handy car park at the bottom of the horse. Lovely wooded walk up 150+ steps to the top of the horse. The horse was in generally good condition and are the step and hand rails on the climb up. Although no tearoom, there is a...More
we visited here while on holiday in the area,what a lovely drive round country lanes and valleys to get to this attraction,beware the roads are very steep gradients in some places but what a place to have a picnic. we parked in a free carpark...More
We're not great walkers,but you are yor love it..we parked in the lower park area.Looked up,sadly it's eroding away near the tail end.Great views from the top,near glider club.The Satan takes you to the top and you need to walk. Great view from the village...More
Took the dog out one early morning to inspect the recent work carried out by the national parks guys. Parked in the bottom car park and walked up, they have really made a good job of tidying the place up. Would recommend this place as...More
Lovely setting in beautiful countryside. Food was spectacular. A very special treat. Beetroot dish and lamb were our standout courses, however enjoyed all of the seasonal and homegrown produce. Beautifully presented. Service was friendly and informative. Enjoyed the tasting menu with the wine pairing.
Cafe was very good - and the bird feeders fantastic. nice walk around the gliding field. Views good even on a wet day.