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Hidden Hampshire: Discover the South Downs national park


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the : 18/04/2013

The Hampshire part of the park has a rich and varied landscape, from the Hangers (an Old English word meaning wooded slope) that drop down from the chalk cliffs to the sandstone Greensand Ridge to the Low Weald. 


There are several accommodations in Hampshire : Bed & Breakfast, guesthouses, etc...


You may also prefer opting for Hampshire campsites.


Every walk should end with a pot of tea in The Wakes' tea parlour, where guests are requested to wait to be seated before waitresses in white pinnies serve tea in bone china on crisp tablecloths.

More information at guardian.co.uk