Sustainable travel in Hampshire
Whether you're looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Plan your day out in Hampshire using greener travel options.
Travel by bus
Hinton Ampner- Number 67 Stagecoach bus (No Sunday service). Both east and westbound bus stops located within a 5 minute walk of the main entrance.
Winchester City Mill- Regular local buses from the surrounding areas stop at Winchester bus station within a 5 minute walk of the main entrance.
Nearby railway stations
Hinton Ampner - Winchester 9 miles; Petersfield 10 miles; Alresford 4 miles. See bus details for transfer to Hinton Ampner.
Mottisfont- Mottisfont & Dunbridge station is just over a mile away on foot, across fields and some country roads.
Winchester City Mill- The nearest station is Winchester (1 mile).
Mottisfont- The Test Way running from Romsey to Stockbridge. It is approximately 2 miles off the main route either off Lower Brook (if travelling from Stockbridge) or just past Awbridge and Kimbridge (if travelling from Romsey) Follow National Trust signs to the main entrance. Mottisfont is 0.2 miles off cycle route 24, which runs from Bath to Southampton. Bike racks are provided for those arriving by bicycle.
Winchester City Mill- NCN 23 passes through Winchester, close to the Winchester City Mill. The South Down Ways running from Eastbourne to Winchester, ends close to Winchester City Mill.
Arrival by Foot
Hinton Ampner- Arrival on foot to main gates off the A272 or from Wayfarers Way, linked to South Downs Way.
Mottisfont- Mottisfont is on the Test Way, a long-distance walking route spanning from Inkpen Beacon to Eling. You can use either Stockbridge to the north or Romsey to the south as starting points for a long walk to Mottisfont - both towns are roughly five miles away.
Winchester City Mill- South Downs Way, King's Way and Itchen Way all pass through or finish at Winchester.