More Spring Walks
With the weather taking a turn for the better, we thought we would share some more wonderful spring walks that you can enjoy with your family. With so many excursions on offer in the area, you’ll never be short of things to do in Warwickshire this spring! Take a look at our previous blog for even more ideas.
If you input B78 2AE into your vehicle’s sat nav, you’ll undertake a 33-minute drive that will lead you to the Staffordshire/Warwickshire border. Middleton Lakes is an RSPB where 100 species of bird call home, boasting three viewing platforms and a Lookout hide. Walking in spring is all about getting out into nature, and the Wroxall Abbey team think this is the perfect spot.
An impressive National Trust sire, Charlecote Park is only a 20 or so minute drive from our hotel. Offering wildlife and Capability Brown-inspired grounds you can see rare sheep, hare, deer and interesting bird breeds. Spring showcases the Victorian flower gardens like no other season can, so we highly recommend it if you love flowers and animals.
Still on the Victoria landscape theme, we couldn’t forget Jephson Gardens. Boasting plenty of green space you’ll feel far away from the hustle and bustle of city life. A formal Victorian garden, it’s a favourite spot for insects and native plants as well as families of all ages thanks to its sculpture collection, glasshouse, boating lake and sensory garden. Don’t forget your picnic! This location is only 21 minutes away from our Warwick accommodation if you use postcode CV32 4AA in your sat nav.
If you’re writing an itinerary of things to do in Warwickshire this spring, then make walking top of your list. Join us for a relaxing stay after you day out – book direct for the best rates.