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Pocket Guide: South Downs Alice Holt Forest Hotels

Alice Holt Forest, near Farnham in Surrey, makes a fun destination for a day out with the kids from your local Surrey hotel base. You can play, cycle, walk or have a picnic in the attractive natural woodland of the area, taking advantage of the numerous trails and facilities. Spend a whole day here on outdoor sports and simply having a great time. Some of the more remote parts of the forest have quiet areas for strolling away from the crowds, and there's also a good café on the site for when you want to take a break from the action. The forest has been part of the South Downs National Park since 2010, although its history goes back to beyond Saxon times. The forest supplied the wood that was used you build the replica of Shakespeare's Globe on London's South Bank.

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Between April and May every year pet owners flock to the forest to take part in Walk Your Dog Week. This promotes good old walking, using canine companions as an incentive and making new friends in the process. If you're staying at a nearby pet friendly hotel during these months, be sure to come here for some outdoor fun in the sun together.

Alice Holt Forest is particularly popular with cyclists. There's a cycle provider on the site so you don't have to lug your own along, and the Cycle Trail is designed for all ages. It makes a great family day out from your hotel in Surrey and at each location along the route there's a variety of activities.

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The various activities like cycling and walking are just a part of the package of things to do in Alice Holt Forest. You can combine outdoor fun with learning about important environmental issues through posters pinned up along the walking and cycling routes. These contain information of all kinds about forests, their maintenance and conservation, and are a great way of introducing your kids to all the issues, and making them think a bit about the natural environment.