Using our expert, first-hand knowledge, we’ll take the hassle out of planning your South Downs walks. Whether you’re walking or cycling the whole 100 miles of the South Downs Way or are just looking for a short break, you’ve come to the right place.
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If you prefer to walk the South Downs Way independently without being weighed down by a heavy pack, we also provide a reliable and excellent value baggage transfer service along the entire length of the route.
We are all hoping and expecting that 2021 will be a much more ‘normal’ year than 2020 but please be assured that we will continue to be as flexible as possible and will change your dates free of charge if your walking holiday has to be postponed due to covid related restrictions.
Most Popular South Downs Walking Itineraries
The South Downs Way is perfect for a walking holiday as it generally only takes 6-9 days to complete. It’s well maintained, clearly marked and appeals to walkers of all levels. We offer a range of South Downs walks varying in length from 2-days to 9-days, depending on how far you want to walk each day. Browse our most popular routes:
Winchester to Eastbourne – 7-days from £675
Winchester to Eastbourne – 8-days from £765
Winchester to Eastbourne – 9-days from £850
Amberley to Eastbourne – 4-days from £420
Amberley to Eastbourne – 5-days from £495
The South Downs Way
The South Downs Way is situated within the UK’s newest national park and 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.
Walking the South Downs way, you’ll follow an ancient trail which follows droveways and old paths along the chalk escarpment of the South Downs, dividing the beautiful Hampshire and Sussex Weald from the south coast of England.
South Downs National Park
The South Downs gained National Park status in April 2011, being officially recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural heritage. Stretching from Hampshire through West and East Sussex, it is England’s third biggest National Park and incorporates over 600 square miles of some of the most beautiful countryside England has to offer. The South Downs Way is the only national trail in the UK to be entirely situated within a national park.