This attractive Hampshire village is located in the Hart District of the county. The historic settlement includes a number of listed buildings including a noteworthy Norman church and a 500 year old pub.
It's also located close to the North Downs and the Basingstoke Canal, both of which provide good walking opportunities.
This walk from the village follows country lanes west to visit Odiham Castle near the neighbouring village of Odiham. After exploring the picturesque ruins of the 13th century castle you can also up a section of the Basingstoke Canal and enjoy a waterside stroll to Dogmersfield Park. Here there's nice trails along Dogmersfield Lake and lots of woodland paths to explore.
Crondall Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
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Crondall Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Crondall
- Dogmersfield Park - Enjoy an easy stroll through Dogmersfield park on this circular walk in Hampshire
- Basingstoke Canal Walk - Follow the Basingstoke canal from Up Nately to Woodham, on this delightful waterside walk
- West Green House - Enjoy a walk through the beautiful 10 acre gardens surrounding the 18th century West Green House and then extend your walk into the adjacent West Green Common
- Sherfield on Loddon - This walk visits the picturesque Longbridge Mill in Sherfield on Loddon in Hampshire.
- Old Basing - This circular walk explores the village of Old Basing in Basingstoke, Hampshire
- Fleet Pond - Enjoy an easy circular walk around the Fleet Pond Nature Reserve in the Hampshire town of Fleet
- Hartley Wintney - This walk from Hartley Witney explores the area to the south of the village
In the village head to the Plume of Feathers for refreshments. It's thought to be one of the oldest pubs in Hampshire, dating back over 500 years. Oliver Cromwell is reputed to have stayed here in October 1645 on his way to Basing House. They serve high quality dishes and have a covered decking area plus a garden area outside. You can find them at The Borough, with postcode GU10 5NT for your sat navs.
The country and woodland trails make for a fine dog walk. The Plume of Feathers is dog friendly in the outdoor area.