Nettlebed

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Nettlebed is a small village in the Chiltern Hills. It is on an ancient route through the Chilterns between Henley and Wallingford, which for centuries was part of a trunk route between London and Oxford. Its strategic position led to it having several pubs, inns and coaching inns.

The walk is designed to explore the little lanes, with picturesque houses, and the woods of Nettlebed Common. There are also two or three interesting buildings in the village itself, which we leave till last.

England - South England - Berkshire - Countryside

Features

Cafe, Church, Food Shop, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Mostly Flat, Pub, Restaurant, Woodland

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