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Ashridge Estate, Berkhamsted
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  • Enjoyed a pleasant walk here whilst meeting a business colleague - looks a nice area to come back for a longer walk & time to explore further- well marked paths - a shop & cafe on site close to car pa...  more »
  • We went on a sunny winter's day for a family walk with two children and a dog. We did the Christmas trail- which the kids really enjoyed! The area is stunning and really well kept. The people working ...  more »
  • What a place to visit. Great little place to visit with the family for breakfast or lunch. Food is great. Recommend the breakfast 
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  • A beautiful area of mature woodland and meadows where you can escape from the hustle and bustle and walk for miles, enjoying beautiful trees, wildflowers, fungi and a host of wild animals including fallow and muntjac deer. A natural adventure playground for children, adults and dogs, and always something different to see. Fantastic autumn colours and bluebells in the spring - bring waterproof footwear!
  • Great place to explore, loads of off the path areas and its never too busy. The cafe serves some really good food and snacks too. Parking is free and easy.
  • Great place to take the family. Lots of trails and fun events running. Embodies what the national trust is all about.
  • If you don't know the area there are plenty of selfguided walks available. You can pick up a pamphlet from the National Trust shop, or look one up online and print the map. It's a great place to get the kids out in the fresh air. We took the opportunity for a bit of geocaching too.
  • Very beautiful autumn walks, deer darting around through the trees and fortunately keeping out of the way of walkers as males fighting.