Haye Pastures Farm is ideally situated as a base from where to explore the many places of historic, scenic and cultural interest that are within easy reach. The nearest being Coughton Court, which has important connections with the Gunpowder Plot, part of the National Trust, it is lived in and managed by the Throckmorton family and is only ten minutes drive away. In the same direction, but a little further away is the magnificent stately home, Ragley Hall which is open to the public during the summer months.

William Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, with his birthplace, Ann Hathaway's Cottage, and the house of Mary Arden, (Shakespeare's Mother), are all within a 15 minute drive.

The historic towns of Warwick, with it's magnificent castle and Kenilworth, whose castle ruins are under the protective care of English Heritage are also within easy reach.

The National Agricultural Centre at Stoneleigh (Kenilworth), The National Exhibition Centre (adjacent to Birmingham International Airport) and The National Indoor Arena (Birmingham) are all within easy driving distance.

Directions to Haye Pastures Farm

  1. Exit M42 at Junction 3.
  2. At the roundabout take the A435 sign posted Redditch.
  3. Continue along the dual carriageway until it changes to a single carriageway and you reach another roundabout, you will see a large pub called The Dog.
  4. At the roundabout take the A4189 exit, sign posted Henley and Warwick.
  5. Haye Lane is about a third of a mile up the A4189 and is the first road on the right.
  6. Once you have turned up Haye Lane, Haye Pastures Farm is the first turning on the right.

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The Entrance to Haye Pastures Farm
The Chapel at Haye Pastures Farm
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the NEC
Warwick Castle