South Downs Ramble and Cream Tea for Two
A really nice Experience in Amberley, West Sussex.
The South Downs National Park is undoubtedly one of England’s most beautiful landscapes, spanning over six hundred square miles of rolling chalk hills and secluded valleys. It’s a wonderful place to get lost with a camera and a loved one, but an even better place for a guided ramble! Get fascinating facts about the wildlife which calls this region home, and learn about the heritage of the landmarks, market towns and unique natural features that make it so appealing. Once the ramble is over, sit down to a cream tea in a traditional tea room situated in a quaint Sussex village, and enjoy a spread of mouth-watering sweet and savoury treats, made from fresh local farm ingredients and washed down with a strong pot of tea – as they should be.
At least one weekend date per month throughout the year.
This experience is only cancelled in extreme weather conditions. If in doubt, please call the venue before setting off.
Starts at 1pm and lasts around three and a half hours.
This is an experience for up to 8 keen walkers, plus an experienced guide.
Please wear walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.
Minimum age is 18. Participants must be able to walk unaided.