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A 5 mile (8 km) undulating circular walk from Ranmore Common, through part of the NT estate of Polesden Lacey. Great views to London and South Downs on a good day. Many famous people have been associated with Polesden Lacey and its Estate. The playwright and politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan bought the Estate in 1797. The current Polesden Lacey house was designed by Thomas Cubitt as a Grecian villa built in 1824. A well-known member of Edwardian Society, Mrs Ronald Greville lived there in the early 1900s and when she died in 1942 she bequeathed the estate to the National Trust.
Allow 2.5 hours.
Start/Finish: Denbies Hillside car park
Stiles/Gates: 0 stiles, 2 gates
Terrain: Several steady climbs, challenging terrain, wear suitable footwear
Views: Views across to Mole Gap & South Downs (on a clear day)
Toilets: NT Polesden Lacey
Refreshments: NT Polesden Lacey