Hollow way situated in the grounds of Combe Abbey, southeast of Combe Abbey Menagerie. The feature survives as an earthwork extending southwest/northeast for a distance of 70 metres. It averages 13 metres in width and 0.4 metres in depth. A low counterscarp bank parallel to the northern side of the hollow way represents the edge of a former field. A second more well defined bank, probably a park boundary associated with Coombe Abbey, runs along the southern side of the hollow way. It forms the north-west limit of an area of ridge and furrow orientated north-west to south-east. Between the southernmost bank and the south edge of the hollow way there is a flat-topped earthwork, 40 metres long 3.5 metres wide and 0.2 metres high, which is probably part of the Menagerie carriageway. To the north-east the hollow way underlies the modern access road but continues beyond the road on the same orientation. The feature was surveyed by RCHME staff in 1994.