Upcoming Events & Local Attractions

Hampton House Farm is situated in the most beautiful countryside of Warwickshire and there are many wonderful places to visit and events to attend.

For details of any of the events mentioned below, please see their own websites.

Royal Shakespeare Company

Warwick Castle
Medieval banquets
The Haunted Castle

NEC

Compton Verney
21st October – 17th December  “Quentin Blake” & “The Lost Words”

Warwick Town

Only 20 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton
Warwick offers to visitors today the opportunity of exploring not only the architectural gems of our medieval history but also those of our more recent past and the modern vibrant life of the county town of Warwickshire. Read much more on their website.
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Warwick Castle
Only 20 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Bursting to the towers with tales of treachery and torture, passion and power and above all fascinating people, times and events, Warwick Castle is so much more than simply a castle. With thousands of stories to share, Warwick offers guests Britain’s Greatest Mediaeval Experience with authentically themed attractions brought to life by the artistry and skill of Tussauds Studios, a full programme of interactive entertainment including live action events and costumed guides and colourful castle characters telling spell binding tales and springing plenty of surprises along the way.
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Banbury Town
Only 20 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

A nursery rhyme, ‘Ride a Cock Horse’, has made Banbury one of the best-known towns in England. It has been suggested that the ‘Fine Lady’ of the nursery rhyme may have been Lady Godiva or Elizabeth I. More likely it was a local girl who rode in a May Day procession. The original cross was pulled down at the end of the 16th century. The present cross was erected in 1859 to celebrate the wedding of the then Princess Royal to Prince Frederick of Prussia.
Visit Banbury Town website
Moreton-in-Marsh Market Town
Only 25 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

The high street has many elegant eighteenth-century inns and houses including the Redesdale Market Hall, a Victorian ‘Tudor’ building of some distinction. The oldest building is likely to be the sixteenth-century Curfew tower on the High Street. It’s bell was rung nightly until 1860 to remind people of the risk of fire at night. The Parish church of St. David was originally a chapel of ease for Bourton-on-the-Hill and in 1858 was rebuilt in medieval style.
Chipping Campden Town
Only 25 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Campden is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the UK.A real taste of Olde Cotswold England – but if you really want to appreciate the feeling of living in an old cotswold town, hardly touched by the centuries, you’ll just have to come and visit us.
Stow-on-the-Wold Market Town
Only 30 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Stow-on the-Wold stands exposed on a 700 feet high hill at a junction of seven major roads, including the Roman Fosse Way.At the height of the Cotswold wool industry the town was famous for it’s huge annual fairs where as many as 20,000 sheep were sold at one time.The vast Market Square testifies to the towns former importance. At one end stands the ancient cross, and at the other the town stocks, shaded between an old elm tree. Around the square the visitor is faced with an elegant array of Cotswold town houses.
Stow is an important shopping centre and has many fine Antique shops, Art galleries, Gifts and Crafts and is a centre for Walking the Cotswolds countryside.

Compton Verney
Only 3 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Experience art, architecture, landscape and learning at Warwickshires largest gallery.Compton Verney is home to a growing collection of permanent art, as well as temporary exhibitions by visiting artists.The gallery is housed in an 18th century mansion with gardens designed by Capability Brown, which are open for walking or bringing a picnic and enjoying the park.
Also special activity days for children are organised.

To find out more contact their website:

 

Hidcote Manor Garden

Only 25 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Hidcote Manor Garden is one of Englands great Arts and Crafts gardens, which continues to influence garden design. A profusion of colour contrasts with impeccably manicured lawns. Whatever the season there’s something to delight and inspire.
Visit Hidcote Manor Garden website
Snowshill Manor
Only 30 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

This Cotswold Manor House contains Charles Paget Wade’s extraordinary collection of craftmanship and design.
Each room has something to interest everyone – English, European & Oriental furniture, musical instruments, clocks, toys, bicycles and Japanese Samural armour.

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Stratford upon Avon Butterfly Farm
Only 20 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Whatever the weather, stroll through the wonderful world of an exotic rainforest. A lush landscape of tropical blossom surrounding splashing waterfalls and fish filled pools.
Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching the worlds most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around. See their entire life-cycle at first hand.
Observe the fascinating and strange at Insect city.
Get close to the deadly and dangerous on Arachnoland, home of the worlds largest spider.
Visit Stratford upon Avon Butterfly Farm website
Coughton Court
Only 40 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

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Heritage Motor Centre
Only 10 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

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Whichford Pottery
Only 30 minutes from Hampton House Farm, Kineton

Visit Whichford Pottery website