A lovely country walk for you.
From the pub turn left out of the car park and walk down the road for 200 meters. Turn left into Trowes Lane and after another 200 meters you should see the end of the houses with Foxborough on your left. Continue down Trowes lane and you should see on your left the fields of Valley Produce growing local herbs and Chinese vegetables. After 5 minutes you should be approaching a T Junction and hopefully a family of peacocks on the way. Straight across the road is a footpath across the fields and onto The Devils Highway.
Once on this road that led from Silchester to London turn right and follow the track which is adjacent to Wellington Country Park for about 400m. At the end be cautious crossing the Odiham Road and the footpath continues just off to the left hand side. Once you have passed across the edge of the field you need to cross the Old Basingstoke Road and walk up Spring Lane. This is a small short winding lane past some stunning houses and leads up to where Bull Lane passes under the bypass on the left which is the direction you should also take.
You will start progressing uphill on the other side of the bypass and again reach a road with the name Bull Lane. Turn right on this junction and follow the road as it winds to the left and slowly to the right until you reach a classic farm conversion with a beautifully restored farm house. Opposite the from door of this you will need to turn right and walk on the track between the two fields designated by the byway sign. Although not marked, this is Spring Lane and winds firstly between some fields and then on through some woods before emerging out onto the highest point of your journey. Take some time before and when you are crossing the A33 bridge to admire the glorious views before following the path onwards.
As you travel down the lane you should start seeing some civilisation on the left with some interesting houses on the way to where the road merges with Barge Lane and back onto the Basingstoke Road. Turn left when you reach the junction and follow the footpath on the left hand side. It does get a little narrow here so single file is the best way to travel. Follow the road for 150m and on the right you should see The Street and a sign back to the pub.
The walk is approximately 4 miles and should take an hour.