Find the answer to all the questions from the public who phone or email the office.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, of course you can bring your dog. However, as you would expect, we ask they are kept under control at all times and that you bring your waste bags with you (and please don't leave them hanging on the trees like some people do!!!).
Please remember that there is a large amount of livestock on the estate, both farmed and wild, so dogs should be kept on leads when passing through fields and parks and should, at all times, remain close to you when on footpaths in open areas.
In the event of an emergency the local veterinary surgery offer a 24/7 emergency service andcan be contacted on 01491 574490 and choose option 1

Where can I park my car?

There are car parks at Mill End and in Hambleden Village. Please note that they are private car parks and payment machines are in operation. However, visitors to the Stag and Huntsman Inn may park in its car park for free for up to two hours.

Designated routes for Bicycles at Culden Faw?

There are a number of main and minor roads running through the estate. If you are cycling in the area please obey the rules relating to cycling on Public Rights of Way and stick to areas where it is legal to cycle. For clarity you may cycle on bridleways and byways but NOT on footpaths. Details of our network of Public Rights of Way can be found on the Estate Map page of this website.

Where are the spots for food and drinks?

The Stag and Huntsman Inn sits in the heart of Hambleden and comes HIGHLY recommended! Hambleden Village Stores also serve tea, coffeee and delicious cakes and have recently started a range of light takeaway food too.

Is there Wifi access at Culden Faw?

There is WiFi available in the Stag and Huntsman Inn, the Woodland Lodge and on our Glamping Site. We have good 3G and 4G reception over much of the estate. All of our commercial and residential properties benefit from high speed internet access.

Have you got maps of the Public rights of way?

There are downloadable maps available on the Estate Map section of this website.

Is Metal Detecting allowed?

No. We have an agreement with a group of professional metal detectorists and hold a large metal detecting festival on an annual basis. Much of the estate is 'scheduled' land which makes metal detecting on it illegal. Anyone found metal detecting without permission will be prosecuted.

Can I bring my Drone?

Please note there are a number of airfields in the area including RAF Benson. The rejoin point for White Waltham airfield sits ion the centre of the estate.
Essentially your responsibilities as a drone operator are:
1. To know how to fly your drone safely, and do so within the law
to understand that the operator is legally responsible for every flight.
2. To keep your drone in sight at all times and stay below 400ft.
3. Not to fly your drone over a congested area, never fly within 50 metres of a person, vehicle or building not under your control.
4. Ensure any images you obtain using the drone do not break privacy laws.
5. Avoiding collisions, you should never fly a drone near an airport or close to aircraft. It is a criminal offence to endanger the safety of an aircraft in flight.
6. Not to fly a drone from a point you are not authorised to be on.

Cant find the question you are looking for?

To make an enquiry, please either call us or complete and email the form below. We will come back to you as soon as possible with an answer.

Culden Faw Ltd, The Estate Office, 10 Greenlands Farm,
Dairy Lane, Fawley, Henley on Thames, Oxon, RG9 3AS

T: 01491 571353


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