North Mere Holiday Cottages is situated in the perfect location to explore Warwickshire.
Places to Visit
Kenilworth Castle, which dates back to the 12th Century and was the start of the historic town of Kenilworth, Warwickshire is situated just 1km across the fields or 1.5 miles on the road. It's a must see for any visitor to the town.
Royal Leamington Spa is situated 7 miles away. Wide boulevards, Georgian and Edwardian architecture and expansive, award-winning parks provide a sophisticated backdrop to this Regency shopping paradise. Often described as ‘the best bits of London, all in a ten-minute walk’, Leamington town centre combines a treasure-trove of independent, specialist boutiques with all the national chains you would expect to find in a large city.
Kenilworth Old High Street
The old historic High Street of Kenilworth with its charming pubs and restaurants. This is adjacent to Abbey Fields which has a swimming pool, tennis courts, the ancient parish church and the remains of the old Abbey (1.5 miles).
The National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh Park is an expansive showground, holding many events throughout the year.
Warwick is one of the UK's leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry.
Warwick Arts Centre is a film and theatre venue located within the University of Warwick campus.
Enjoy Warwick, in the heart of England, where you will find specialist shopping at is best, fantastic places to eat and drink, cosy places to stay and so many things to do and explore.
Explore Warwick Castle, where you'll be surrounded by jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure!
Recommended Pubs & Restaurants
From the moment that you step inside the door you will sense the warm and welcoming atmosphere. The Clarendon serves a choice of traditional hand pulled ales kept in top condition. Combine this with great pub food and you have a winner.
Couple exceptional culinary skills with the warm and friendly atmosphere of a small, almost rustic, restaurant and you have Harringtons on the Hill in Kenilworth.
There is nothing pretentious about this delightful restaurant. What you see is what you get - an uncomplicated high quality menu and a warm welcome.
A traditional pub building which has been stylishly refurbished making it the ideal place to find a cosy corner and take time out whilst enjoying some of their seasonal dishes and great selection of wines, ales and lagers.
The Virgins and Castle is one of the oldest pubs in Warwickshire built in the late fifteenth century and first used as a pub in 1563. The pub is full of character with lots of rooms and niches all spread around the two bars and a slightly more formal dining area for the evening. It offers a range of cask ales and excellent wines and serves a unique range of English and Filipino food.
Situated in the picturesque high street in a building dating back to the 1500s, the restaurant is characterful and inviting and we have a wonderful friendly pub for pre and post dinner drinks where both diners and non-diners to enjoy fine wines and our cask beers.
The Almanack is a modern British gastropub in the heart of Kenilworth, between Abbey Fields & the High Street. We serve high quality fresh seasonal food & great beers, wines & spirits all at pub prices.
Zizzi is centrally placed and is ideal for those shoppers who really need to stop for refreshment. Then maybe come back later and enjoy the theatre of our chefs cooking pizza in a traditional wood burning oven.
In the heart of Warwickshire lies a hidden gem of a town. The ego restaurant in Kenilworth is simply stunning with pebbled floors, rattan chairs...
The Cross, Kenilworth is a Michelin starred pub restaurant serving excellent food, cooked by award winning chefs. The Cross started out as an inn back in the 19th century and was recently refurbished to reveal its original features. Expect a warm welcome, friendly service and stunning dishes, cooked using the very best local ingredients.
Days Out with the Children
Kenilworth Castle - right on our doorstep and perfect for children to let off steam. There are lots of activities running through out the year.
There are numerous National Trust houses and gardens to enjoy in the area including Packwood House, Baddesley Clinton, Charlecote Park, Upton House, Coughton Court, Hidcote and lots more.
A fun filled kids day out. Farmyard animals, adventure play, children’s shows, fun fair rides and seasonal events throughout the year. There is also a shopping village.
A free museum showcasing the largest collection of British road transport
Large play area, boating on the river Avon, children’s fair ground rides and mini golf open in the summer.
Experience one thousand years of jaw-dropping history with stunning scenery, battles and shows.
Lots of opportunities for fresh air with different activities on throughout the year. Ryton Pools, Draycote Water, Ufton Fields Nature Reserve, Burton Dassett Hills, The Stratford Greenway.
Watching hundreds of the world’s most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around. You can see them feeding and flying in a wonderful tropical environment.
An indoor and outdoor play area with a cafe.
A children’s farm park with cafe
The world’s greatest collection of classic, vintage and veteran British cars with 4X4 experience, outdoor go- karting and lots more.
A theme park and zoo which includes Thomas Land.
Experience the magic, making and history of Cadbury confectionary
Shakespeare’s England covers the areas of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa and the surrounding towns and villages. Situated right in the heart of England it is one of England’s most historic and beautiful destinations.
Places to see, pubs and restaurants to visit, and facilities in Kenilworth.
South Warwickshire tourist information.
Enjoy a great day out in Warwickshire at Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden. One of the largest historic attractions in the West Midlands, the whole family will enjoy exploring the spectacular castle ruins.
Pop in our postcode (CV8 1PR) into the National Trust search to discover a wide range of places to visit nearby.