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Part of the Roman River Site of Special Scientific Interest, it is an ancient woodland, modified in places by plantations of conifers and sweet chestnut.Ancient coppice woodland consisting largely of small-leaved lime, a species once the most common species in ancient lowland woodland, but now rarely seen.Our Luxury Bridal Suite and Guest rooms are now available.Every care and attention has been taken to ensure your comfort.It has many ancient hornbeam pollards plus some more recent woodland and a network of ponds.This former Royal hunting forest is a Site of Special Scientific Interest ( SSSI ).Parts remain a traditional open common, while elsewhere the land has been allowed to revert to scrub and woodland.250 acres of nature reserves on Danbury Ridge, with SSSIs, including: Centre: Woodham Walter Common (Open Access 67).
Dryland slopes covered in oak and lime trees were common along the coastal line hundreds of years ago, this is now one of the few surviving examples.
With large oaks, hornbeam and ash pollards, and wild service trees, Hainault forest is one of the best surviving medieval forests of its kind.
Inland gravel tracks, enclosed on both sides, keep walkers well away from the foreshore of the 870 acre reservoir, and views are limited to those from 3 or 4 hides.
Once used for keeping 'wild swyne', probably after the extinction of true wild boar, there are early 17th century records of wood sales showing that lime bast, the bark used for making rope, was as valuable as the timber itself.
The removal of conifers from the FC side was completed in December 2011, the last one being felled by Oliver Rackham.
Geoffrey Garnet was given this land in 1165 whilst a knight in the service of King Henry II..