Plan your stay
Hill Farm is nestled on a quiet hillside with fantastic views all around. It is a mixed working farm, situated in the heart of Warwickshire within easy distance of Stratford upon Avon and Warwick.
We have chickens and geese roaming around our farm that are happy to be fed by you each morning. There are plenty of grazing deer visible around, and an abundance of songbirds.
We like our visitors to feel its home from home and relax and de-stress.
We are situated just on the outskirts of Moreton Paddox hamlet, neighbouring the village of Moreton Morrell in Warwickshire.
Stroll local footpaths to Compton Verney, the 18th-century house and gardens. Wellesbourne is just 2 miles away with pub, restaurants and a few quaint shops. Stratford-upon-Avon, steeped in history and culture, is a 20-minute drive, while Warwick, Leamington Spa, Birmingham NEC, Charlecote Park and Upton House are close by. Shop, pub and restaurant two miles.
We are next door to Moreton Morrell Agricultural College which covers 750 acres of Warwickshire countryside and is home to many of our land-based students. Housed in an expansive countryside campus with a working farm, equine and animal centres, and other specialist land-based learning facilities.
Stratford Upon Avon 8 mi
Leamington Spa 9.2 mi
Warwick 16.5 mi
Stow on the Wold 20.5 mi
Cotswolds 29.1 mi
Birmingham 39.9 mi
Oxford 45.3 mi
Food & drink
The Antelope Inn, The Green, Lighthorne, Warwick CV35 0BX
Shukurs Brasserie, (Indian restaurant) Bridge St, Kineton, Warwick CV35 0HP
Cinnamon Arch (Indian restaurant – also home delivery) Bridge Street, Barford, CV35 8EH
The Bell, Shipston Rd, Alderminster, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 8NY
The Falcon, Warwick Rd, Warmington, Banbury OX17 1JJ
Stags Head, 1 Chestnut Square, Wellesbourne, Warwick CV35 9Q
The Cottage Tavern, Ashorne, Warwick CV35 9DR
Surrounded by beautiful Warwickshire countryside guests staying in The Warren or The Burrow will find OS maps of the area to help you find your way around.
Click HERE for a great selection of local walks.
A few ideas of places to visit while your enjoy your stay at Hill Farm
A medieval market town and, of course, the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare. Lots of Shakespeare related things to see and do plus plenty of shops, restaurants and pubs as well as the home of The Royal Shakespeare Company.
A medieval castle developed from a wooden fort, originally built by William the Conqueror during 1068.
Educational farm attraction and Victorian shopping village with 25 specialist shops and boutiques.
From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England’s affairs for much of its 900-year history. Today, you can marvel at the mighty Norman keep and imagine the majesty of the Great Hall playing host to medieval monarchs. Walk in the footsteps of the great Tudor queen as you explore the immaculate garden and picture the opulence and splendour of Elizabethan Kenilworth.
At Gaydon: Holds the World’s largest collection of historic British cars. There are over 300 classic cars on display from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust and the Jaguar Heritage Trust.
One of the largest outdoor markets in the country. Open every Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday from 9am to 3pm.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the independent charity that cares for the world’s greatest Shakespeare heritage in his home town of Stratford-upon-Avon. It is the global centre for learning about and experiencing the works, life and times of the world’s best-known writer. Through the five historic Shakespeare family homes, internationally designated museum collections, award-winning learning programmes and digital channels, we provide imaginative, immersive and interactive opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to get up-close-and-personal with Shakespeare.
Stratford upon Avon’s only sightseeing river trip with a live tour guide. Sit back and relax as you enjoy the glorious Warwickshire countryside from the comfort of our heated cruiser. From 45-minute walk-on sightseeing cruises to private event charters, we provide a fantastic river experience – complete with expert guides and delicious food.
Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town (population circa. 2000) and along with Moreton in Marsh, perhaps the best known of the small Cotswolds towns.
A picturesque village in the Cotswolds with the River Windrush running through its heart. It’s known for its low bridges and traditional stone houses. The Cotswold Motoring Museum features vintage cars and a toy collection. Birdland is home to species including parrots, owls and king penguins, plus life-size model dinosaurs. The Model Village is a 1930s scale replica of the village.