Bascote Estate Agent
Bascote is a rural hamlet, surrounded by farmland and is close to the larger village of Long Itchington. The nearest town is Southam, 1.5 miles away. Bascote consists of a small number of houses and cottages. The Grand Union Canal meanders close to the village and has a short flight of locks.
Bascote Heath is nearby which has a public house; The Fox and Hen serving good food. There is the remains of an old family church and a cemetary which belonged to the Chamberlayne family and estate.
The larger village of Long Itchington has a church, village hall, small supermarket, tennis club and a Church of England primary school which is rated as good by Ofsted. Secondary education is found in Southam at the High School which has an excellent Ofsted rating.
Good road links lead to the M6, M69 and M40 and mainline railway stations are found in nearby Leamington Spa, Warwick and Banbury.
Bishops Itchington Estate Agent
Bishop’s Itchington is approximately 7 miles south of Leamington Spa. The village is a thriving community and supports independent shops, a post office, a doctor’s surgery, a pub, a social club and a fish and chip shop. There is also the Bishop’s Itchington Memorial Hall and the Blue Butterfly Community Cafe which operates from the community centre.
The village has a number of different clubs and organisations serving all age groups and includes a football club and sports association. The large playing field, football pitches and tennis courts are well used.
The Bishops Bowl lakes are a very tranquil place and popular with fishermen. From the playing field, at the southern end of the village, are fine views over open countryside towards Burton Dassett Hills. The country lanes, field paths and bridleways surrounding the village provide lots of opportunities for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
The primary school is rated good by Ofsted and secondary education is found in the nearby market town of Southam at the College, which is rated excellent by Ofsted. Southam is approximately 3 miles away and provides access to banks, supermarkets and filling stations as well as a library, leisure centre and secondary school. Local transport links are good with a regular bus service throughout the day to and from Leamington Spa and Southam.
Bishops Itchington has excellent road links to the M40, leading to the M42, M5 and M6 motorways. Mainline railway stations are found in Leamington Spa and Warwick.
Bodingtons Estate Agent
Upper Boddington is a rural village and lies at the junction of three counties – Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire and along with Lower Boddington forms The Boddingtons. Upper and Lower Boddington may have been separate in their early history but were merged in 1758. Around the village you will find evidence of medieval earthworks together with ridge and furrow apparent in the surrounding farmland. The 12th Century Church of St John the Baptist in Upper Boddington . The village architecture is predominantly Horton stone buildings.
Upper Boddington is a thriving community with a Church of England primary school, village hall, public house, farm shop and post office located in the village hall. Surrounded by countryside in which to enjoy leisure pursuits such as walking, riding and cycling, there are open spaces within the village to congregate and relax. Close by is Boddington Reservoir where you will find fishing, sailing as well as being able to walk or cycle around the water. High street and supermarket shopping are found in Banbury and nearby Leamington Spa. Upper Boddington has a Church of England primary school which has been rated as Good by Ofsted and Secondary Education can be found in nearby Banbury at Chenderit High School which is rated as Outstanding by Ofsted. Private education can by found at Bloxham, Stowe and Rugby.
This is a very commutable area with road links to the motorway network of the M40, mainline trains can be found in Banbury and Leamington Spa. There is an international airport in Birmingham, some 40 minutes away.
Broadwell Estate Agent
Broadwell is a rural community in South Warwickshire with a mixture of houses and cottages and is in the broad flat valley of the River Leam. The valley is bounded to the north by the Rugby ridge and Lawford Heath, to the south by a low range of upland which forms part of the Northamptonshire/Warwickshire ironstone hills. This means the rolling countryside provides leisure activities such as walking, cycling and running and gives the feeling of “being a million miles away” whilst in reality is a stone’s throw from civilisation.
The village hall is the hub of the community and hosts various activities and clubs There is also a methodist chapel in the village. Close by in Stockton is a Post Office, public house and an Ofsted rated good Primary School. Secondary education is found Southam at the College, an Ofsted rated school as excellent. Alternatively, both primary and secondary education can be found in Rugby. Private education is in Princethorpe, Rugby and Warwick, all within easy reach of Broadwell.
There is public transport to the neighbouring towns and the major road networks of the M1, M45, M69 and M6 are all accessible. Mainline railway stations can be found in Rugby, Banbury and Leamington Spa.
Chesterton Estate Agent
Chesterton is a small hamlet some five miles south of Leamington Spa and close to the larger villages of Harbury and Lighthorne. The Grade I listed windmill is Chesterton’s famous landmark and was built around 1632, records show it was built as a working windmill. Set in a rural landscape there are many walks around the area and the lovely church of St Giles is well worth a visit. Harbury and Lighthorne are two well established South Warwickshire villages and in both locations you will find local shops, post office, churches, restaurants and public houses. Schools are well served in the area both locally and further afield and there is a good selection of state, grammar and private schools. Both villages have primary schools that have been rated as good by Ofsted. In each village you will find social groups and societies to join in and participate. Town centre shopping is found in nearby Leamington Spa which has a host of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and theatre’s.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is found in Stratford upon Avon, some 14 miles away. Chesterton is a great commutable location with easy access to the M40, M42 and Fosse Way. Mainline railway stations are within easy reach in Leamington Spa, Banbury and Warwick and there is an international airport in Birmingham, about 40 mins drive away.
Deppers Bridge Estate Agents
Deppers Bridge is a small hamlet between Harbury and Southam. The name is thought to derive from Dippers Bridge, where sheep were dipped in the River Itchen. The hamlet forms part of the parish of Harbury where the benefits of village amenities are found with independent shops, a small supermarket, doctors surgery, a village hall, church, restaurants, public houses and a library complete with café.
Deppers Bridge has a local hostelry, the Great Western which is a country pub serving good food and a friendly welcome. Close to Deppers Bridge is the market town of Southam where you will find further shops and a supermarket.
The nearest primary school is in Harbury and is rated good by Ofsted, secondary education is found at Southam College, an outstanding rated school by Ofsted. Private education can be found in Princethorpe, Leamington Spa and Warwick.
Public transport is from the village to Banbury, Leamington Spa, Southam, Rugby and Gaydon. There is easy road access to the motorways of the M40, M42, M6 & M5 and mainline railway stations are found in Leamington Spa and Banbury.
Fenny Compton Estate Agents
Fenny Compton is sandwiched between the Burton Dassett Hills and the Oxford Canal. This delightful South Warwickshire village located between Banbury and Leamington Spa is steeped in history, with charming houses, of honey coloured local stone.
Fenny Compton epitomises rural Warwickshire, but is far from a sleepy backwater.
It is a lively bustling community with many amenities including two public houses, church and a chapel. It also has a primary school, a doctor’s surgery, Co-op shop, hairdressers with beauty salon as well as a maintained fire station. The Merrie Lion pub is a true village pub and residents can chose to buy shares.
The Dassett Church of England primary school is rated as good by Ofsted, secondary education is found at Kineton High School, again rated as good by Ofsted.
Frequent buses run to Leamington Spa and Banbury, with connections to local villages. There are excellent road links to the M40 motorway which leads into the M42, M5 and M6. Mainline railway stations are found in Banbury and Leamington Spa.
Gaydon Estate Agent
The village of Gaydon in Warwickshire is 10 miles south east of Leamington Spa and conveniently close to the M40, making it a popular place for London commuters to live. It does however, retain the character and community of a rural village. Steeped in history, Gaydon was during World War II, the location for a large RAF base just outside the village. It was where a number of Vulcan, Victor and Valiant bombers were stationed. The airfield was bought by British Leyland and it was used as a testing ground for its cars. Eventually it developed into the Gaydon Centre, home of Jaguar Land Rover’s headquarters and design centre. The Heritage Motor Centre was also started there. It has become a museum containing the world’s most comprehensive collection of historic British cars. The exclusive Aston Martin car manufacturer is also based at Gaydon.
Gaydon is not all about cars though. The community is well catered for with a well used village hall hosting various events, a village shop and a public house which serves food. St Giles is the local church with the clock face being a designated war memorial manufactured in 1919. The mobile library visits frequently and there is public transport to Leamington Spa, Kineton and the surrounding villages. Primary education is close by at Lighthorne Heath Primary School which is rated good by Ofsted and other good Ofsted rated primary schools are found in Bishops Itchington and Temple Herdewyke. Secondary education is at Kineton High School which has a good Ofsted rating and Southam College which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Private education can be found in Warwick, Leamington Spa and Banbury. The village is easily commutable with excellent road links to the M40, M42, A46 and M5. Mainline railway stations are found in Leamington Spa, Warwick and Banbury.
Harbury Estate Agent
Harbury is an extremely well regarded South Warwickshire village, has a population of approximately 2,500 residents and is situated about five miles south-east of Leamington Spa. People have been living in Harbury for more than 3,000 years and the village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. The village grew substantially in the 19th century due to extensive quarrying in the surrounding area and the construction of the nearby railway.
In 2003 Harbury won both the Warwickshire and Central Region rounds of the Village of the Year Competition and went on to represent the Central Region in the National competition – one of only six villages in England and Wales to do so. Since then the village has maintained its reputation as being one of the best communities in Warwickshire and continues to bring the concept of community spirit up-to-date into the 21st century. The village is a thriving and busy community which boasts a Church of England Primary School, Doctor’s Surgery, four public houses, a Post Office, two general stores, a Chemist and a Hairdresser. A number of other successful businesses operate within the centre of the village or on the small Industrial Estate on the site of the former Water Tower. There is a well used Village Hall, an active church community, a part-time Library and a large number of vibrant and successful community groups. Village events such as the Carnival and the Bonfire all contribute to the sense of living in a real community. Education is provided at the village primary school which is rated as good by Ofsted and Harbury lies within the Southam College catchment area, a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Private and grammar school education can be found further afield in Leamington Spa, Warwick and Rugby.
It’s a great commutable location with easy access to the M40, M42 and Fosse Way. Mainline railway stations are within easy reach in Leamington Spa, Banbury and Warwick and there is an international airport in Birmingham, about 40 mins drive away.
Kineton Estate Agents
Kineton is a large South Warwickshire village and is pleasantly situated on the small river Dene, running into the Avon, and on the high road from Banbury to Warwick. The village has some areas of light industry but is largely agricultural; many residents commute to nearby towns and cities for employment. It is some 10 miles from the towns of Leamington Spa, Warwick and Banbury.
It is a thriving community with independent shops, restaurants, public houses, small supermarkets, a Post Office, hairdressers, a bank and an opticians to name a few. There is St Peter’s Church, – Church of England; Church of St Francis of Assisi – Roman Catholic and the Methodist Chapel, providing for the religious needs of Kineton and its surrounding villages.
There are many clubs and societies in the village who make use of the facilities of the Village Hall, Sports and Social Club and the Schools to provide facilities for the residents. There are also a number of private organisations providing leisure activities in the village. There are a wide variety of clubs and societies operating in the village, with a host of activities to suit most tastes.
Kineton boasts two conservation areas, one in Kineton, the other in Little Kineton. The countryside surrounding the village is mainly farming and there are extensive footpaths to enjoy in the surrounding area with spectacular views across the valley from the Edge Hill ridge.
Both primary and secondary education are found in Kineton with the Kineton Church of England Primary School and the Kineton High School which is rated good by Ofsted. Private education is found in Bloxham, Stratford and Leamington Spa.
The village has good public transport links the local towns and excellent road links to the M40, leading to the M42, M5 and M6 motorways. Mainline railway stations are found in Banbury, Stratford and Warwick.
Ladbroke Estate Agents
Ladbroke is a small village approximately 3 miles south of the market town of Southam located in South Warwickshire. The village is made up of individual houses, some timber framed and more substantial buildings including the impressive Ladbroke Hall which has now been converted into apartments and individual homes. The village is a thriving community and lots of activities are centred around the village hall and the local pub “The Bell”. The village hall provides an essential facility to host a range of activities including regular meetings of the Women’s Institute, Whist Drive, Photography Club, Yoga and Parish Council to name a few.
The community hold regular events such as Quiz nights, safari suppers and the annual pantomime. The best known of Ladbroke’s commercial successes is the huge chain of Ladbroke betting shops and hotels which have spread throughout the land. The founder of that company was Arthur Bender, who worked as a groom at the Hall 100 years ago. The Bell at Ladbroke has a deservedly good reputation for the food and hospitality you will find there.
All Saints Church is located in the village and holds weekly services which are well attended, the church plays an important role within the community. Primary education is found in Southam Primary School which is rated good by Ofsted, there is also St Mary’s Catholic School and St James Church of England primary , both are rated good by Ofsted. Secondary education is at Southam College, an outstanding rated school by Ofsted. Private education is found in Princethorpe, Leamington Spa and Warwick.
Public transport is from the village to Leamington Spa and Banbury taking in the local villages. There is easy road access to the motorways of the M40, M42, M6 & M5 and mainline railway stations are found in Leamington Spa and Banbury.
Long Itchington Estate Agent
Long Itchington is a large village which lies on the banks of the River Itchen from which it derives its name. The Grand Union Canal, which flows between London and Birmingham, runs to the south of the village where it crosses the River Itchen. The village boasts the largest village pond in Warwickshire as well as seven restaurants and public houses. It is steeped in history and features a fine 16th Century Tudor house, where Queen Elizabeth I stayed there several times when it was the home of Lady Anne Holbourne, daughter of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. The Old Manor House off the Square dates from the 15th century.
The centre of the village has a supermarket, post office and church. There is a Community Centre which is the venue for a host of activities including young farmers, WI, mother and toddler meetings and exercise classes. It also has good leisure facilities including a tennis and cricket club. With the amenities within the parish there is everything you need on the doorstep.
Long Itchington’s Church of England primary school has been rated good by Ofsted and there is secondary education in nearby Southam at the College which is rated outstanding by Ofsted. Further afield is a good selection of state, grammar and private schools. The village is close to the market town of Southam which has supermarkets, independent shops, doctors, dentist, cafes, library and a leisure centre. Town centre shopping is found in Leamington Spa, Rugby and Coventry.
Long Itchington is an easily commutable area having excellent road links to the M1, M6, M45 and M40. Mainline railways are found in Banbury, Leamington Spa, Rugby and Coventry, again all readily accessible by road. There is an international airport in Birmingham.
Marton Estate Agents
Marton is a village in Warwickshire, England, some 7 miles north east of Leamington Spa. The village is part of the borough of Rugby. The compact village stands between two rivers, where the Southam-Coventry road is joined by a by-road from Birdingbury and Leamington Hastings.
This beautiful area is a walker’s paradise as there are plenty of footpaths and bridle paths to amble and enjoy. The village is a thriving community with a village hall that hosts a multitude of events such as the cinema club, quiz night, amateur dramatics, art group and brownies to name a few. There is a public house in the village which serves good food and close by is a garage and shop.
Marton is close to the market town of Southam where you will find independent shops and a couple of supermarkets. High street shopping can be found further afield in Leamington Spa, Warwick and Rugby.
Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School Princethorpe is the closest primary school and is rated good by Ofsted. An alternative is the Church of England Primary School in Long Itchington which again is rated good by Ofsted. Secondary education is found in Southam where the College is rated as excellent by Ofsted. Private education is found in Princethorpe, Leamington Spa, Warwick and Rugby.
There are excellent public transport links from the village to Leamington Spa, Southam and Rugby taking in all the local villages. The village enjoys easy access to the major motorways of the M6, M69 and M45 and mainline railway stations can be found in nearby Leamington Spa and Rugby.
Napton Estate Agent
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Princethorpe Estate Agents
Princethorpe is a village in the Rugby district of Warwickshire, England. Princethorpe is located roughly halfway between the towns of Rugby and Leamington Spa. The village contains a pub called the Three Horse Shoes which is very popular. The surrounding area is rolling countryside and has plenty of footpaths and bridle ways to enjoy.
Shopping is found in nearby Southam which has a range of independent shops and a supermarket. High street shopping is close by in Leamington Spa which is a popular town with boutiques and department stores.
Princethorpe has Our Lady’s Primary School, a catholic school and is situated on the Leamington road in the centre of the village and is rated good by Ofsted. An alternative is the Church of England Primary School in Long Itchington which again is rated good by Ofsted. Secondary education is found in Southam where the College is rated as excellent by Ofsted. Private education is found in Princethorpe, Leamington Spa, Warwick and Rugby.
There are excellent public transport links from the village to Leamington Spa, Southam and Rugby taking in all the local villages. The village enjoys easy access to the major motorways of the M6, M69 and M45 and mainline railway stations can be found in nearby Leamington Spa and Rugby.
Priors Hardwick Estate Agents
The small village of Priors Hardwick occupies an elevated position along a ridge of high ground within the open countrywide of south-east Warwickshire. The largely dispersed settlement has evolved around a central triangular area of open meadows. Narrow lanes thread their way carefully around this green space. Clustered around the dominant feature of St. Mary’s Church is an assortment of picturesque cottages, houses and barns primarily built of local Hornton stone and the whole village is a designated Conservation Area.
The village has a fantastic restaurant, “The Butcher’s Arms” which has a deservedly first class reputation for food and service. Further amenities in Priors Marston are close by. The area is surrounded by the rolling Warwickshire countryside and there are plenty of footpaths and bridleway’s for walking, riding, cycling & running. Mainstream shopping can be found in the market town of Southam and high street shopping is found in Leamington Spa.
The nearest primary school is the free school in Priors Marston which has been rated good by Ofsted, close by is St Lawrence Church of England school in Napton which has also been rated good by Ofsted. Secondary education is found in Southam at the College which is rated as excellent by Ofsted
Public transport runs from Priors Hardwick to the surrounding villages and onwards to Rugby. There is easy access to the main motorways of the M40, M42, M5 & M6 and mainline railway stations are found in Leamington Spa, Banbury and Rugby.
Priors Marson Estate Agent
Priors Marston is a well regarded South Warwickshire village. Close to Priors Hardwick, the village itself is slightly elevated affording fabulous views from all sides with Marston Hill rising to over 600 ft. It sits in unspoilt, undulating countryside with the majority of the houses built in the local Hornton stone and some retaining thatched or stone tiled roofs.
The Church of England parish church is dedicated to Saint Leonard. The earliest known church on this site was built in the 13th century. The tower dates from the 17th and 18th centuries, but the building was largely rebuilt in 1863 as it stands today. There is a prominent Manor House in the centre of the village, which dates back in parts to medieval times and a beautiful former vicarage close by. The village itself is quite spacious which allows for plenty of green areas to enjoy within.
The modern village hall is a joint venture with Priors Hardwick and can cater for up to 250 people, the offices of several local businesses are based there. It also acts as an occasional cinema. There is a part-time Post Office, a Sports and Social Club and a children’s playground. The Hollybush is a traditional country pub/inn which provides food, drink and accommodation.
High St and out of town shopping is in Leamington Spa, Warwick and Banbury where you will find a range of independent shops and department stores. There is golf and a leisure complex at nearby Hellidon Lakes and further leisure activities can be found in Southam and Staverton. Stratford upon Avon is easily reachable for the theatre.
The village has an primary school called The Priors School. The school became one of the first of 22 new free schools to open in the UK. Primary schools can be found close by in Napton and Boddington, both of which are rated as good by Ofsted. Secondary education can be found at Southam College which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Private education is at Princethorpe, Rugby and Warwick.
This is a great commutable area with good road links to the M40 taking you onto the M6, M1, M42 and M5. Mainline railway stations are in Banbury, Rugby and Leamington Spa with Birmingham International Airport some 45 mins drive away.
Southam Estate Agent
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Staverton Estate Agents
The rural village of Staverton is a parish set on the southwest edge of Northamptonshire. Steeped in history, Staverton is a medieval village developed around the anglo saxon church of St Mary the Virgin and was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. Positioned on the edge of an escarpment the village enjoys views westward across the valley of the River Leam, which rises nearby and flows into the neighbouring County of Warwickshire. Both the Malvern and Shropshire hills are visible on fine days.
The village is well served locally with Skylark Farm and Cafe close by which has a restaurant serving evening meals, a children’s play park and farm shop for groceries. As well as the church there is a village hall which is home to a multitude of organisations including Mums & Tots, Fitness Classes and an “Open Mic” evening for musicians to showcase their talents. The Countryman public house serves good food and leisure facilities can be found at the Staverton Hotel and Golf complex. The area is a walker’s and cyclist’s paradise with foot paths and bridleways criss crossing the village to take you further afield. Nearby is Daventry Country Park which has a wildlife lake and is a bird watcher’s heaven.
Town centre shopping is in Daventry, Rugby and Banbury where you will find grocery and independent shops to browse and enjoy.
Primary education is at Staverton Church of England school which is rated as good by Ofsted. There is a wide choice of secondary schools in Daventry, Dunchurch and Rugby. Private education can be found in Rugby and Princethorpe.
Staverton is a great commuting location with road links directly to the M1, M40, A45 and A5. There are mainline rail links in Rugby and Banbury with a direct service into London Euston from Rugby in 50 minutes. Birmingham International airport is around 45 minutes away.
Stockton Estate Agent
Stockton is a very old village in the lime quarrying area of Warwickshire which is famous for the prehistoric Ichthyosaurus that was discovered in 1898, and now has pride of place in The South Kensington Natural History Museum. There are many other features that are representative of local history including St Michael’s Church, that dates back to the early 1500s, and the local canal network (The Warwick to Napton Canal was opened around 1800).
Stockton also boasts the more recent Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Reserve at Stockton Cutting, which is a butterfly conservation area. A series of walks known as The Blue Lias Rings are a very popular way of experiencing the village of Stockton and its surrounding countryside.
The village is located just to the east of the A426 road around two miles north-east of Southam, and around eight miles south-west of Rugby. There is a primary school in Stockton which is rated as good by Ofsted. In nearby Southam is the High School which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Private education can be found in Rugby at the co-educational Rugby School.
There is great access to the major motorways of M6, M1 and M40 from Stockton. Mainline railway stations can be found in Rugby and Leamington Spa. The city of Coventry has a small airport and an international airport is about 40 mins away in Birmingham.
Ufton Estate Agents
Ufton being in an elevated position looks out across what was the Forest of Arden. It is understood that there are earthworks along the edge of the hill that were formed by the Romans, perhaps linked to the Fosse Way as a Roman coin dated 350 AD was found on the allotments in 1958.
Close by is the Ufton Nature Reserve which is a 100 acre site, managed in partnership with Warwickshire Wildlife Trust which is a wildlife haven with all-weather footpaths. The site is noted for its abundance of butterflies, dragonflies, wild flowers and birds.
Ufton is a small, enthusiastic community and has plenty of amenities with a local pub, small village shop and church. The 13th century St Michael’s and All Angels church sits prominently in the Parish and is Grade II listed.
A Church of England primary school is found close by in Harbury and is rated as good by Ofsted. Secondary education is found in nearby Southam at the High School which has an outstanding rating from Ofsted. Private education is found close by in Leamington Spa.
The village is situated 2.5 miles west of Southam and approximately 5 miles from Leamington Spa. There is great access to the major motorways of M6, M1 and M40 from Ufton. Mainline railway stations can be found in Rugby and Leamington Spa. The city of Coventry has a small airport and an international airport is about 40 mins away in Birmingham.
Weston under Wetherley Estate Agents
Weston under Wetherley is a rural village situated just over three miles North East of Leamington Spa, it lies between two river valley’s of the Avon and the Leam and Weston Mill was built originally on the banks of the Leam.
The village is surrounded by open countryside and there are numerous walks and bridle paths for everyone to enjoy. Leisure and shopping facilities are to be found in nearby Leamington Spa. The village has a 12th century church, St Michael’s which has been rebuilt and added to over the years and is included in the list of historic and of architectural interest of buildings in Warwickshire.
The most prominent building in Weston under Wetherley is the Old Hospital and Courtyard which is now converted into desirable housing. The Old Hospital was built as a reform school in the 1800’s, then in the 1920’s it was converted again, finally it’s now housing. There is a thriving community and the Village Hall is well booked with local events.
Schools are not far away with a C of E primary school and secondary schools in North Leamington, both of which are listed as good by Ofsted. There are private schools within easy reach of Weston with Princethorpe College in the next village and further private schools in Leamington Spa and Warwick.
This is a great commutable area with access to the major motorways of the M6, M40, M42 and M1 close by. Easily commutable from Weston under Wetherley are the major towns of Warwick, Leamington Spa and the cities of Coventry and Birmingham. The nearest mainline train station is in Leamington Spa where you will find connections to take you nationally. Coventry has a local airport with limited service and there is an international airport at Birmingham, some 40 minutes away.