Ramsnest Common is a small village in the heart of The Weald in the Waverley district of Surrey, England. It lies on the A283 two miles south of Chiddingfold between Milford and Petworth.
The name Ramsnest refers to the curly horns that are found on a male sheep, a ram. Ramsnest Common is officially part of the village of Chiddingfold
which is well known for its village green, pubs, school and church.
Ramsnest Common comprises a small number of cottages and houses, some larger country homes, a petrol station called The Broken Spur (with a small store for general provisions), a mechanics workshop, some farms and a pub called The Mulberry Inn (previously The Ramsnest Inn) owned by celebrity restaurateur Chris Evans (presenter)