Category: Facilities

Angel Ale House

North Warwickshire CAMRA pub of the year 2015-2019. Six real ales permanently on the bar, 10 traditional ciders, 2 craft lagers and a range of approximately 20 premium gins. A great place to relax with a pint of quality ale and enjoy the art of conversation. We also have a record player with a superb selection of records from days gone by! Very dog friendly with lots of treats for our furry friends.

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Friends of Atherstone Heritage

Atherstone Visitor Centre has recently moved to a permanent home at 51 Long Street, Atherstone. We are currently waiting for funding to upgrade the centre, meanwhile we aim to tell the story of Atherstone from the Romans to the present day displaying artefacts donated by the people of Atherstone and the surrounding villages.

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Echills Wood Railway

The Echills Wood Railway in Kingsbury Water Park is one of the region’s most popular visitor attractions and carried over 32,000 passengers last year. It is a seven and a quarter inch gauge (gap between the rails) miniature railway built and operated by a group of enthusiasts and dedicated volunteers.

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The Peel Society

The Peel Collection and Police Museum at Middleton Hall, celebrates the life and times of Sir Robert Peel, the founder of the Police, M.P. for Tamworth and squire of Drayton Manor.

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Church End Brewery

Church End Brewery is in Ridge Lane, between Atherstone and Nuneaton and has been consistently recognised for its excellent range of beers with many awards from local Camra branches and from regions as far afield as Woking, Catford, Cornwall and Bradford.

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The Battlefield Line

The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby & Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

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Abbey Farm Bed and Breakfast

Abbey Farm enjoys its own piece of history, being on the site of the original Merevale Abbey – its ruins are still evident in the garden and is where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth.

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Packwood

Surrounded by beautiful gardens and countryside, Packwood was described by a guest in the 1930s as ‘a house to dream of, a garden to dream in’. Lovingly restored at the beginning of the 20th century by Graham Baron Ash, you can discover the detail behind the man, his passion for collecting and his collection.

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Baddesley Clinton

The magic of Baddesley Clinton comes from its secluded, timeless setting deep within its own parkland. From refuge to haven, this atmospheric moated manor house has been a sanctuary since the 15th century.

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Upper Rectory Farm Cottages

7 delightful award-winning cottages sitting around 3 interconnecting courtyards. All bedrooms ensuite. Perfect for family holidays as so many places to go locally, or ideal for the business man looking for an alternative to a hotel. 2 miles of private roads and paths to wander along spotting the local wildlife.

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