Tilford - Charleshill - The Sands - Tilford

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A delightful walk in the Surrey countryside, with plenty of charming pubs to keep the thirsty walker going. You have the option of starting at the Barley Mow, Tilford, The Donkey, Charleshill or The Barley Mow, The Sands, as they are all roughtly equidistant.

England - South England - Surrey - Countryside

Features

Great Views, Pub, River, Wildlife
05/09/2015 - Harley Quilliam

Great walk! The house 'Long Acre' mentioned at WP15 is now called 'Lillington'.

11/03/2012 - Mark Bailey

What fantastic weather today - and what a fantastic walk! Joined by fellow WW subscribers, we had a great time in this lovely area of Surrey. Would definitely advocate walking the extra quarter of a mile down to the Abbey, before rejoining the walk. Barley Mow a lovely pub ideally placed half way round - but their soup today was not as tasty as it could have been...Thoroughly recommend it especially when the sun shines. MB

11/03/2012 - Patricia Daw

Tricia Daw 11/3/12 We completed this walk with two friends who have fallen under the spell of this brilliant website and the walk was their choice. The walk is well directed and offers splendid views at one stage. You pass many fabulous properties. We stopped for a light lunch at The Barley Mow in The Sands - we sat outside, it was that warm and sunny a March day. (The soup was OK but nothing more). We completed the walk and then tried out the pub garden of the pub on the green at Tilford - that just leaves The Donkey to imbibe at next time! We did a slight detour to the walk and walked on to Waverley Abbey - well worth the effort!

24/04/2009 - Walkingworld Administrator

This walk was updated by Andrew Long, April 2009.

24/12/2006 - Stephen Harris

A very pleasant walk even on a cold Christmas eve. Much variety, good things to see and good underfoot conditions make for a truly rewarding trek, only downside is the short section of dangerous road walking, but other than this, excellent. 8/10.

18/01/2006 - Walkingworld Administrator

This walk was updated February 2006.

09/01/2006 - Norman Lavender

9 Jan 06. A very pleasant walk even on a dull January morning. I will certainly walk this again on a sunnier day. WP18 Rather than walk along the road there is a path through the woods if you turn left as soon as you reach the car park.

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