In a sleepy corner of South East England, discover the landscape that inspired Winnie-the-Pooh... A.A. Milne and his son, Christopher Robin Milne, loved the great outdoors and together, they made the landscape around their country home. The woods & heathland here is now known across the world as the 100 Akre Woods...

VISIT POOHSTICKS BRIDGE

Hidden in the woods of the Ashdown Forest, you will find Poohsticks Bridge, where the famous game was played by A.A. Milne and his son, Christopher.

Poohsticks Bridge
Exterior of Pooh Corner in Hartfield

explore POOH CORNER

Established in 1978, Pooh Corner is a tearoom, gift shop and museum dedicated to everything Winnie-the-Pooh. Based in Hartfield on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, it is the perfect place for a tasty smackerel or two…

DISCOVER THE ENCHANTED PLACE

At the top of the Ashdown Forest, you can visit The Enchanted Place, where you will find a memorial plaque to A.A. Milne & E.H. Shepard. You may even recognise this location from the film, ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’…

Plaque dedicated to A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard, the creators of Winnie-the-Pooh

Explore the 100 Acre Woods and find the houses of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends...

Owl's House

Owl's House

Only Owl could live half way up a tree! Owl’s house is also the best place for tea in the 100 Akre Wood!

Pooh's House

Pooh's House

If you see paw prints and honey outside you know it’s Winnie-the-Pooh’s house…

Piglet's House

Piglet's House

Piglet’s favourite food is acorns (or haycorns) as he calls them, and there are lots outside his house!

WHILE YOU'RE IN POOH COUNTRY

PLACES TO STAY

Whether you like the comfort of luxury hotels,
the freedom of Airbnbs or the adventure of camping,
there's a perfect place for everyone to rest in Pooh Country.

PLACES TO EAT

Breakfast, lunch or dinner, we can recommend some of the best gastro-pubs,
eateries, tearooms in the area to ensure you have a full tummy.

PLACES TO VISIT

Alongside visiting the Ashdown Forest, there are many fascinating places
to visit in South East England, so why not make the most of your visit.

Discover the Area..

POOH CORNER

The tearoom, gift shop and museum dedicated to the wonderful world of Winnie-the-Pooh…

POOHSTICKS BRIDGE

Where the famous game ‘Poohsticks’ was invented.

THE ENCHANTED PLACE

A memorial to A.A. Milne & E.H. Shepard…

HEFFALUMP TRAP

Where Pooh & Piglet tried to catch the mysterious elephant..

ROO’S SANDY PIT

Baby Roo learned to hop here…

Pooh Country Map

HARTFIELD

A historic little village with sweet cottages

GILL’S LAP

A magical clump of mysterious trees!

NORTH POLE

Where Pooh saved Roo when he fell into the river…

EEYORE’S SAD & GLOOMY PLACE

Our favourite’s donkey little place

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