Staying at the Stag & Huntsman

The Stag and Huntsman is situated within Hambleden, a quintessential picture-postcard village nestled into the Chiltern Hills. The buildings reflect the local geology and resources. Medieval timber-framing is unsurprising amid so much woodland, but much of the character comes from the use of brick and flints.

As part of the Culden Faw estate, a number of walks are available. It is possible to walk from the north of the estate, Hambleden, to the south of the Estate, Culham, via The Hambleden Lock at Mill End.

Walking Maps

The estate contains many miles of Public Rights of Way including footpaths, bridleways and permissive footpaths.
Whilst maintenance of the Rights of Way is a council responsibility, we as landowners are responsible for ensuring that vegetation does not encroach onto the route from the sides or above. If you feel a route has become blocked due to vegetation growth, or by a falling tree, please contact the Estate Office on 01491 571353.

A number of Public Rights of Way pass through fields containing livestock. Please keep your dogs under control at all times whilst on the estate but especially when passing through areas containing livestock, and in the Deer Park at Culham Court.

Hambleden Village

The estate contains many miles of Public Rights of Way including footpaths, bridleways and permissive footpaths.
Whilst maintenance of the Rights of Way is a council responsibility, we as landowners are responsible for ensuring that vegetation does not encroach onto the route from the sides or above.

Country Village scene

The Culden Faw Estate

The estate contains many miles of Public Rights of Way including footpaths, bridleways and permissive footpaths.
Whilst maintenance of the Rights of Way is a council responsibility, we as landowners are responsible for ensuring that vegetation does not encroach onto the route from the sides or above.