Old Winchester Hill National Nature Reserve (0.75 mi) is one of the major landmarks on The South Downs Way offering panoramic views of the countrysideand is only 0.75 miles from The George & Falcon
South Downs Way (0.75 mi)
- The South Downs National Park became England’s newest National Park in April 2011, being officially recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural heritage. The South Downs Way was Britain’s first long distance bridleway. It stretches for 100 miles, from the historical splendour of Winchester to the coastal town of Eastbourne, just beyond the dazzling white cliffs of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. It’s an ancient trail that follows droveways and old paths along the chalk escarpment of the South Downs, which divide the beautiful Hampshire and Sussex weald from the south coast of England.
Moorhen Trout Fishery (0.25 mi)
Moorhen Trout Fishery is set in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of the renowned Meon Valley in Hampshire. Within the new South Downs National Park, we are situated in the village of Warnford on the A32. Under new family ownership since October 2007, we hope to encourage new (and old!) anglers to enjoy this wonderful environment with us. Moorhen Trout Fishery offers anglers a 3 acre lake fed by natural springs which is adjacent to the River Meon. Regularly re-stocked, the crystal clear water is full of lively and healthy rainbow trout ranging from 2lbs into double figures. With generous stock, strategically placed swims, mown lawns and views across open countryside Moorhen Trout Fishery is guaranteed to provide an excellent days fly fishing in a friendly and relaxed environment.