The Prince of Wales pub in Hammer Vale, Haslemere, sits right on the edge of the beautiful South Downs. Hammer Vale is a unique spot as it stretches over three counties - sprawling into Hampshire, West Sussex and creeping into Surrey too!
This little corner of the world is a real haven for walkers, with many a wonderful route starting and finishing at the pub. You can pop in for a pint once you’ve worked up a thirst - or sit down to a hearty lunch before you head off on your countryside adventure.
If you’re not much of a rambler, here are some other local attractions to look out for on your visit to the area:
Canadian war memorial at Bramshott Common
Hollycombe Working Steam Museum near Liphook
Hindhead Common & The Devils Punchbowl
Waggoners Wells, Grayshott