Prince's Coverts :: Shared Description

Prince's Coverts are 349 ha of coniferous and deciduous forestry owned by the Crown Estate, and located east of Oxshott village. The Coverts are named after Prince Leopold of Belgium, who lived at Claremont Park in Esher: the Claremont Estate was purchased by the Crown Estate on his marriage to Princess Charlotte.
The Coverts are open to the public, although visitors are expected to acquire a key for the gates, which are sometimes locked. A permit is also available (at some considerable cost) for horse riders.
by Hugh Craddock
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19 images use this description:

TQ1561 : Entrance to Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1561 : Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1661 : Upper Gravel Pond by Hugh Craddock
TQ1561 : Clear felling, New Wood by Hugh Craddock
TQ1560 : Stoke Wood in transition by Hugh Craddock
TQ1459 : Prince's Gate by Hugh Craddock
TQ1459 : Prince's Gate barriers by Hugh Craddock
TQ1560 : Junction of rides on slopes of Horns Hill by Hugh Craddock
TQ1660 : d'Abernon Chase Lodge by Hugh Craddock
TQ1561 : Entrance to Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1559 : Prince's Cottages by Hugh Craddock
TQ1561 : Jessop's Well by Hugh Craddock
TQ1559 : Heathland on Horns Hill by Hugh Craddock
TQ1660 : d'Abernon Chase, Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1560 : Prince's Coverts by CBL
TQ1561 : Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1559 : Horns Hill in Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock
TQ1560 : Prince's Coverts by Hugh Craddock


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Created: Fri, 20 May 2011, Updated: Fri, 20 May 2011

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