This is the perfect pre-lunch walk, so if you head off about 11.30 you will be sitting down for lunch by 1pm, and if it’s a Sunday the roast is fabulous.

There’s easy and ample parking across the road from the pub, then head off across the road and follow the footpath. The walk takes you through the woods with a myriad of footpath signs so we found the map came into its own. You will find loads of lovely little bridges and the church is enchanting. This is a great, undemanding, walk for kids with plenty to explore and good for dogs too. The Scarlett Arms is a typical country pub that welcomes well behaved dogs (and children), so don’t worry that you will have to leave them in the car. If you are hoping to eat it’s a good idea to call ahead and book a table, so check the link to their website below.

The walk is a smidge over 3.25 miles and burns around 330 calories in a bit over 6,500 steps.