Northern Warwickshire’s Cycling Country
To help you explore our glorious market towns and countryside there are a number of on-road cycle routes.
The new North Warwickshire Cycle Way (site not yet live due in May) is a 30 mile circular route through villages like Shustoke and Ansley offering plenty of stopping off points for a picnic or a pint. For refreshments try Church End Brewery, the Horse and Jockey, the Rose Inn or the café at Astley Book Farm. Ideal for overnight stays are Hipsley Farm Cottages or Lea Marston Hotel. Interesting heritage stops include Astley Church and Castle. On certain days you can have exclusive access to Arbury Hall.
Nuneaton’s cycling guide has a great combination of traffic free and on-road routes.
We’re also connected to the National Cycle Network with Route 52 taking cyclists from Bedworth to Bosworth through rolling countryside or go south to explore our industrial heritage and Coventry City of Culture then on to the castles at Kenilworth and Warwick.
*parking charges apply at certain locations There’s no such thing as a free lunch they say, but who needs lunch anyway when Northern Warwickshire has so much on offer for free? 1 Fancy the long route from Coventry to Birmingham? Get away from the cities while walking...
Henry Tudor’s restover before the Battle of Bosworth, an important Roman fort town & Boudica’s last stand, the Elizabethan centre of literary activity, the Sir Robert Peel Museum and George Eliot’s inspiration are just some of the historical places of importance that you visit in North Warwickshire.
Burn off some energy at our country parks or stroll along the peaceful Coventry or Fazeley canals? Whether you love books, adventure or animals we have some fantastic places for you to visit in North Warwickshire.
“Unconventional”, “unorthodox”, descriptions of one of the leading nineteenth century authors Mary Ann Evans, known as George Eliot and born in Nuneaton; drawing on her early life here in rural Warwickshire her themes and characters are just as relevant today as then....
Road racers or easy trails? Tee off at the Belfry? Wakeboarding, waterskiing or open water swimming? Or a take a stroll that’ll give you insights into fascinating local history. North Warwickshire can cater for all tastes.
Let’s face it, England is famous for rainy days so we have it covered. 1 Have fun inside at the swimming pools in – Atherstone Leisure Complex, Pingles Nuneaton or Lea Marston hotel 2 Nuneaton’s Art Gallery & Museum showcases fine art, local history and galleries...