This rural Hampshire village has some nice local country and woodland trails to try. The attractive village includes a picturesque green, a historic 12th century church and a nice local pub.
This circular walk from Bramley takes you to the historic Roman Fort at Silchester before heading to the neighbouring village of Tadley. You'll then enjoy some woodland trails in Pamber Forest before returning to Bramley via Little London.
The walk starts just to the west of the train station near Minchens Court. You then head north past Bramley Frith Wood to Three Ashes, crossing the Silchester Brook on the way. Shortly after you come to one of the highlights of the area at the Calleva Atrebatum roman town in Silchester. Here you can enjoy a walk around the Roman Walls which are still visible for much of the circumference.
The route continues west to Pamber Forest and the village of Tadley before heading south to Little Loddon. You then head east through the countryside to Bramley Corner before returning to the village.
PostcodeRG26 5BT - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
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Walks near Bramley
- Silchester - This walk follows the waymarked Silchester trail around the Hampshire village
- Pamber Forest - This large forest in Tadley covers nearly 500 acres
- Ashford Hill Nature Reserve - Explore the old water meadows and woodland in this pretty nature reserve near Newbury
- Brenda Parker Way - This splendid walk runs from Aldershot to Andover through the Hampshire countryside
- Tadley - This Hampshire based town is located near to some large areas of woodland and the attractive scenery of the North Downs
- Aldermaston - This Berkshire based village has some nice river and canalside trails to try.
- The Vyne - Explore the beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding this 16th century Tudor Mansion in Sherborne St John near Basingstoke. In the 18th-century West garden you will find beautiful herbaceous borders, rose beds and wisteria. There is also a pretty walled garden with a restored glasshouse and a summerhouse.
Back in the village you can enjoy some post walk refreshment at the 19th century Bramley Inn. They serve good quality Indian food and have a nice garden area as well. You can find them at postcode RG26 5BT for your sat navs.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
To continue your walking around Bramley head south to visit The Vyne. Here you'll find beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding a 16th century Tudor Mansion in Sherborne St John.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Hampshire Walks page.