Spring Walks in Warwickshire
If you’re looking for things to do in Warwickshire this spring, then why not explore the area and enjoy some exercise at the same time? We’re one of the few Warwick hotels that are lucky enough to be set in stunning surroundings (27 acres of untouched parkland to be exact) and offer a tranquil spa for when you want to relax afterwards.
The winter chills will soon be a memory; we can look forward to longer days and time spent in the countryside. Read on for some of our favourite spring walks.
Ryton Pools & Wood
Pop CV8 3BG into your sat nav and within 25 minutes you’ll have left our hotel and be arriving at Ryton Pools & Wood. With a miniature railway, picnic areas and plentiful paths it’s the perfect place to visit alone, with your special someone or with family for a day spent exploring. Warwickshire Wildlife Trust has also ensured that the 85-hectare wood remains accessible to the public – this walking spot is one of the country’s largest surviving ancient woodlands and well worth a visit this spring.
If you like your walks to be rewarded with views, then Burton Dassett should be top of your list. Input CV47 2AB into Google Maps and you will drive 30 minutes before arriving at this beautiful location. We promised impressive sights, and the views stretch for miles – all showcasing the beauty of South Warwickshire’s hills. This country park’s 100-acre landscape includes a beacon, a medieval church and quarry remains.
The closest of our walks by far, Abbey Fields is only 13 minutes’ drive away from our hotel. Once farmland, this park has been declared a Scheduled Ancient Monument and features a stunning lake, picnic area and play area. Local history can be found in abundance – as well as wildlife. Don’t forget the views of Kenilworth Castle and St Mary’s Abbey. Don’t forget the postcode – CV8 1LS.
Now that you have our suggestions for things to do in Warwickshire this spring, why not make a break of it and join us at our country hotel? Book direct for the best rates.