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A beautiful gentle walk to the ruins in Midhurst with a cafe and farm shop on site.
Early Tudor courtiers' palaces built from 1520 and are an impressive backdrop to Midhurst.
Midhurst and Petworth area are definitely worth an explore I would say not necessarily with young children. The Polo is played in Midhurt and is definitely worth a visit whilst Petworth has a stately mansion set in National Park along with some great antique shops.
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“Weald & Downland Living Museum (Town Lane, Chichester, PO18 0EU) is an open air site celebrating 1000 years of rural life. A rich variety of houses & working buildings represent the crafts and trades of the people of this region. There are lots of craft demonstrations held at various points throughout the year. A large café, walks and gift shop are on site. ”
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“A fantastic pub, with wonderful food. The garden is perfect for eating out in summer months.”
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“If you fancy walking the scenic route, head into Midhurst and go straight ahead on to West Street when you come to the roundabout. At the end of West Street cross Edinburgh Square and slightly to your left you will see St. Ann's Hill. Go through the gate at the end and up the steps (and down the other side!) Follow the path straight ahead with the River Rother to your right past the Cowdray Ruins. You will see a path straight ahead of you which runs along the edge of the Polo fields (Polo fields to your right) After a short while, the Cowdray Farm Shop & Cafe can be found on the left.”
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