The South Downs Way stretches 100 miles from Winchester to Eastbourne following ancient paths and droveways along the chalk escarpment and ridges of the South Downs. The undulating route provides a well-marked path for walkers with access for cyclists and horse riders too. This page shows hostels and bunkhouses on the route, providing ideal accommodation for outdoor enthusiasts.
Accommodation on the South Downs Way
Whether you are walking, cycling or riding, the South Downs Way provides great vistas, a well-marked route and plenty of small villages and county towns along the way offering fireside pubs and walkers’ accommodation. On the path, you will follow chalk streams, rivers, seaside, hills and ancient woods. With great transport links from London and the greater rail network, this special part of the country is one of the most popular places to walk.