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Ashridge Estate, Berkhamsted
(4.8/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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  • A great place for a walk at any time of the year, particularly Autumn colour and Bluebells in Spring. There is also an excellent cafe. 
  • We walk our dog Bobby most days on the Ashridge Estate sometimes towards Ashridge House and sometimes around the Monument wooded areas ,quite often we have Breakfast at the cafe.who serve up wonderful...  more »
  • The National Trust do an excellent job of preserving the land and making it accessible for all, with plenty of footpaths, suggested walks, and events throughout the year 
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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.