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Bluebell Walks in Surrey & Sussex

Spring has finally sprung, bringing along the magical Bluebell season, adding a touch of magic to the surroundings! These beautiful flowers are currently blooming in full splendour, offering the perfect opportunity to witness their beauty before they shed their petals. Bluebells, adored by fairies, signal that spring is here in all its glory. Picture-perfect violet carpets of bluebells make for a jaw-dropping sight in the woods. These mystical flowers, usually hidden as bulbs underground, emerge like clockwork in April, often forming charming clusters. Typically deep violet-blue in colour, these bell-shaped flowers boast six petals with upturned tips. Indigenous to western Europe, bluebells thrive in the UK, where they are most abundant. They are closely linked with ancient woodlands and are used as a key indicator of woodland age when combined with other species.

Below are a few Bluebell walks for you to choose from…

Standen House and Garden, East Grinstead

Approximately 20 out of the original 100 acres of the Standen Estate are expected to be a spectacular sight of bluebells this spring, particularly in Rockinghill and Hollybush woods. Look out for purple orchids blooming in Hollybush, adding to the enchanting atmosphere, while tulips may also be in full bloom around the house and gardens. You can take a stroll from Standen to the Bluebell Railway at Kingscote Station. Standen House is an Arts and Crafts family residence featuring interiors designed by Morris & Co.

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Harewoods, Outwood

In Outwood, explore farmland and woodlands along clearly marked trails at the Harewood Estate, under the management of the National Trust. Discover the beautiful wood anemones at Hornecourt Wood, accessible via Gayhouse Lane, followed by stunning displays of bluebells in the Spring. Additionally, at Outwood Common, encounter massive and ancient oak trees, remnants of its historic status as common land.

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King’s Wood, Warlingham

This enchanting forest close to Sanderstead and Warlingham is a paradise, especially when the English bluebells bloom, turning the place into a fairy tale setting. Featuring clear paths and mostly easy terrain, it’s a dream for buggy-pushers oranyone seeking a leisurely stroll.

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Nymans, Handcross

Nymans bluebells create a vibrant scene in the woodlands, while the wild garden bursts with bluebells during Spring. Along the Ouse Valley Way, you can witness cascades, breathtaking views, and Sussex’s tallest tree. This trail offers year-round beauty, with evergreens and berries adding color in colder seasons. Keep an eye out for sculptures on tree trunks, majestic redwoods, and a variety of wildlife along the way.

Move to Handcross…

We would love to hear about your favourite bluebell walks!

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