Shalbourne has an extensive network of useful and interesting footpaths and bridleways to offer - including a Natural England Country Walk.
Wiltshire Council has an Interactive Map showing all these Public Rights of Way (enter grid reference SU312 633), overlaid on the OS Explorer Map 158.
Virtual Walks - a selection of photographs from the more popular paths
WHERE TO STAY
You’re spoiled for choice in Shalbourne - you can stay in an old farmhouse, a Georgian mill house or a self-catered cottage. Just follow the links.
Westcourt Farmhouse (£85 double, £55 single). Probably the oldest house in the village, Westcourt Farmhouse is only yards from the centre of the village and pub, yet set in 25 acres of peaceful farmland overlooking the valley, with permissive footpaths.
The Mill House (£85 double, £75 single). Set in five acres of water gardens, the Mill House exudes tranquility and elegance, reflecting the owner’s artistic temperament.
Manor Cottage (£592-973 pw, sleeps 4 + cot). A self-catering, dog-friendy cottage with a secluded sun-trap garden, on the village green.