Field View Guidebook

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Field View Guidebook

Food scene

This is our local pub, located at the bottom of the garden (more or less) via the public footpath that leads off the gravel driveway down the field to the pub (very handy)! There is an alternative route via the road - turn left at the island, left again and it is located on the left hand side at the bottom of the hill just before the canal bridge. They serve food and drinks (please check their website for current COVID-19 guidelines).
Tom O' The Wood
This is our local pub, located at the bottom of the garden (more or less) via the public footpath that leads off the gravel driveway down the field to the pub (very handy)! There is an alternative route via the road - turn left at the island, left again and it is located on the left hand side at the bottom of the hill just before the canal bridge. They serve food and drinks (please check their website for current COVID-19 guidelines).
This is a very popular favourite with many of the locals as well as visitors from Solihull and Birmingham and gets booked up very quickly especially at the weekends. The Boot serves gastro-style food with an extensive and varied menu. They have a great outdoor space which on fine and sunny days can be enjoyed next to their impressive wigwam (used for private parties). You can walk to The Boot along the canal towpath - at the first junction you come along to, turn left onto the Stratford Upon Avon Canal and follow the canal towpath until you reach Lapworth Locks. To be sure you get a table, call to book: Tel: 01564 782 464
The Boot Inn
This is a very popular favourite with many of the locals as well as visitors from Solihull and Birmingham and gets booked up very quickly especially at the weekends. The Boot serves gastro-style food with an extensive and varied menu. They have a great outdoor space which on fine and sunny days can be enjoyed next to their impressive wigwam (used for private parties). You can walk to The Boot along the canal towpath - at the first junction you come along to, turn left onto the Stratford Upon Avon Canal and follow the canal towpath until you reach Lapworth Locks. To be sure you get a table, call to book: Tel: 01564 782 464
A little drive away from the Boot (only about a mile) is another popular venue The Punchbowl. Again this restaurant and bar with garden dining and conservatory dining is highly popular and needs to be booked in advance - Tel: 01564 781 743
Punchbowl
A little drive away from the Boot (only about a mile) is another popular venue The Punchbowl. Again this restaurant and bar with garden dining and conservatory dining is highly popular and needs to be booked in advance - Tel: 01564 781 743
A busy local pub and restaurant serving good food all day, often no need to book. Lots of outdoor dining options too with views over the Hatton Locks and into Warwick.
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The Hatton Arms
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A busy local pub and restaurant serving good food all day, often no need to book. Lots of outdoor dining options too with views over the Hatton Locks and into Warwick.

Pubs

if you wish to venture farther afield, a 30-40 minute walk max will allow you to visit The Navvy (as we call it). Make your way down to the canal and make sure that once on the canal footpath - turn to your left and go under the bridge. (Turning to your right will take you towards Shrewley and ‘The Durham Ox’ but it is well over an hour to 90 mins walk). Follow the towpath all the way to Kingswood Junction - don’t turn left - instead, go over the bridge and carry straight on the towpath. At the next bridge, exit onto the main road and The Navigation Pub is straight across from you. Mark and Alison serve great food and will always make you feel welcome. There is a good selection of pub foods and restaurant meals
Navigation Inn
if you wish to venture farther afield, a 30-40 minute walk max will allow you to visit The Navvy (as we call it). Make your way down to the canal and make sure that once on the canal footpath - turn to your left and go under the bridge. (Turning to your right will take you towards Shrewley and ‘The Durham Ox’ but it is well over an hour to 90 mins walk). Follow the towpath all the way to Kingswood Junction - don’t turn left - instead, go over the bridge and carry straight on the towpath. At the next bridge, exit onto the main road and The Navigation Pub is straight across from you. Mark and Alison serve great food and will always make you feel welcome. There is a good selection of pub foods and restaurant meals
From Field View - head onto Mill Lane and turn left towards the Tom O the Wood pub and follow the road down over the bridge and then on the right you will see Dicks Lane. Follow Dicks Lane for a mile or so. At the dead end is the Stratford Upon Avon Canal - turn left to Lowsonford (right to Lapworth) and follow this canal towpath to the picturesque village of Lowsonford where you can find the /Fleur De Lys Pub.
Fleur de Lys
From Field View - head onto Mill Lane and turn left towards the Tom O the Wood pub and follow the road down over the bridge and then on the right you will see Dicks Lane. Follow Dicks Lane for a mile or so. At the dead end is the Stratford Upon Avon Canal - turn left to Lowsonford (right to Lapworth) and follow this canal towpath to the picturesque village of Lowsonford where you can find the /Fleur De Lys Pub.

Neighbourhoods

this medieval town is famous for its birthplace of Shakespeare, the Shakespeare theatre, Mary Arden’s Farm, River Avon and its many shops and restaurants, this pretty town is well worth investigating. www.visitstratforduponavon.co.uk
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Stratford-upon-Avon
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this medieval town is famous for its birthplace of Shakespeare, the Shakespeare theatre, Mary Arden’s Farm, River Avon and its many shops and restaurants, this pretty town is well worth investigating. www.visitstratforduponavon.co.uk
A medieval market town with cute shops, bars and restaurants and the famous Warwick Castle
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Warwick
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A medieval market town with cute shops, bars and restaurants and the famous Warwick Castle
Known for its grand avenues and regency architecture. The Pump Rooms, a 19th century bathhouse houses the Leamington Sp museum and has restaurants, cafes and bars a plenty
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Royal Leamington Spa
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Known for its grand avenues and regency architecture. The Pump Rooms, a 19th century bathhouse houses the Leamington Sp museum and has restaurants, cafes and bars a plenty
Henley in Arden is a local small town with a variety of cafes, shops and restaurants to choose from. famous for its local ice cream, the henley Ice Cream shop is often busy.
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Henley-in-Arden
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Henley in Arden is a local small town with a variety of cafes, shops and restaurants to choose from. famous for its local ice cream, the henley Ice Cream shop is often busy.

Sightseeing

A longer walk from Field View will take you to Hatton Locks - a famous flight of 14 locks (a hard days work). Can be walked to in about 2 hours with a pub and a cafe available.
Hatton Locks
A longer walk from Field View will take you to Hatton Locks - a famous flight of 14 locks (a hard days work). Can be walked to in about 2 hours with a pub and a cafe available.
This beautiful period property (13th century) can be easily walked to from Rowington and provides an opportunity to visit a Grade 1 listed building with a Barn Restaurant and shop with gardens and outdoor space to walk in.
National Trust - Baddesley Clinton
This beautiful period property (13th century) can be easily walked to from Rowington and provides an opportunity to visit a Grade 1 listed building with a Barn Restaurant and shop with gardens and outdoor space to walk in.
A Tudor house, park and garden with extensive topiary on display. Again this is easily accessed by walking (only 3 miles away) and has a café, tours and extensive grounds.
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Packwood House
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A Tudor house, park and garden with extensive topiary on display. Again this is easily accessed by walking (only 3 miles away) and has a café, tours and extensive grounds.
- if you have never visited Warwick before, then the castle is a must see for adults and children alike. It has been extensively restored and once inside the grounds and the walls of the medieval castle, will take you on an historical journey and provides you with a full day or more of fascinating architecture, knights, trebuchet fun, jousting (sometimes) and much more. www.warwick-castle.com
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Warwick Castle
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- if you have never visited Warwick before, then the castle is a must see for adults and children alike. It has been extensively restored and once inside the grounds and the walls of the medieval castle, will take you on an historical journey and provides you with a full day or more of fascinating architecture, knights, trebuchet fun, jousting (sometimes) and much more. www.warwick-castle.com
Displays of cars that have made Coventry famous including MG's, Jaguars, Land Rovers with over 300 classic cars for all car enthusiasts.
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British Motor Museum
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Displays of cars that have made Coventry famous including MG's, Jaguars, Land Rovers with over 300 classic cars for all car enthusiasts.

Fitness

Ardencote Manor Hotel and Country Club offers day passes available for swimming (outdoor and indoor), gym, tennis, squash, golf, brasserie and bar. Set in beautiful grounds.
Ardencote Manor Hotel
Ardencote Manor Hotel and Country Club offers day passes available for swimming (outdoor and indoor), gym, tennis, squash, golf, brasserie and bar. Set in beautiful grounds.

Conference and Exhibition Centre

We are located close to the NEC which is famous for its wide variety of exhibitions and conference facilities.
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National Exhibition Centre
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We are located close to the NEC which is famous for its wide variety of exhibitions and conference facilities.