All our walking maps are checked by local walkers and based on Ordnance Survey cartography under licence. Each features a selection of walks, from short family strolls to longer hikes, taking in the highlights of each area: from windswept coastal walks and trails through nature reserves to forest rambles and walks in the footsteps of famous people.
Our cycle maps are drawn at a really helpful large scale and feature a selection of routes, recommended and researched by local cycle operators and shown on Ordnance Survey scale linked mapping together with lots of other useful information. They currently cover the New Forest, the scenic Purbeck area of Dorset and the Isle of Wight, and the range is growing all the time.
Using Ordnance Survey cartography under licence, we can map out any area at any size and scale. Whatever you need a map for, whether it's a brochure or a website or to give to your guests, we can mark on whatever information you need. And we can also provide copywriting, design and proofreading services as
required to ensure your publication is of the highest standard.
For historic interest, rural splendour and remarkable cultural diversity, few countries pack the punch of Britain.
At Heritage House we've been celebrating our cultural and natural heritage for the past twenty years. We publish a range of maps, street plans and guides enabling visitors to East Anglia, Dorset, the Isle of Wight and the New Forest to discover the special beauty and interest of these regions. These include our popular range of walking maps and cycle maps all published using local knowledge and based on Ordnance Survey cartography under licence. We also produce bespoke maps for local operators and attractions as well as offer a range of other cartographic services.
Our latest maps also feature local information on hire shops, repair services and holiday operators as well as a directory of walker and cycle friendly accommodation to help you get the most out of your stay.