There is a National Trust cafe and visitor's centre so stop for a coffee there. The road passing through Hindhead Commons was originally built for just horses and carriages. It was re-routed, improved and widened over many years but with the opening of the new A3 The old road was covered and now forms part of the Punch Bowl Scenery. There are plenty of walks to do and there s a cafe by the carpark,
There are many different tracks but a A favourite walk is to Gibbets Hill. On the way is the Sailors Stone. In 1786 a sailor was brutally murdered by three men which he had made friends with(in a local pub in Thursley whilst walking from London to the docks in Portsmouth.
He had provided the murderers with drinks and food a ';/bvc despite his kindness to them he was killed for hos money and possesions.
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