Haseley Knob

Haseley Knob

Local Life

With its semi-rural location and an abundance of beautiful country walks, bridleways and cycle tracks, the hamlet of Haseley Knob is understandably popular with those looking for a home in South Warwickshire away from any hustle and bustle.

Yet the neighbouring village of Knowle is less than 15 minutes by car, offering village charm with a modern twist, with its array of independent shops and eateries. Historic Warwick and Kenilworth are both just 5 miles away, serving up culture, boutiques and fantastic restaurants – from Michelin-starred to gastropubs – with a cosmopolitan vibe. Whilst Solihull and Royal Leamington Spa offer shopping on a larger scale.

Try Wren Hall for social activities and The Falcon, the Case is Altered and the Hatton Arms for great food right on your doorstep. And work off Sunday lunch with an amble down the country lanes, where the clip-clopping of the occasional horse is about as busy as it gets.

Well Connected

You’ll find a Waitrose in Kenilworth, and there are plenty of superstores in the vicinity. Or simply order Ocado for M&S produce straight to your door.

The M40 is 5 miles away, providing fast road links to London, Birmingham International Airport and Rail Station. Or be whisked into Birmingham in around 30 minutes or London in 90 minutes by the nearby Warwick Parkway Station.

Families are well catered for with some great primary and secondary schools in the local area, together with a range of superb independent schools. And there’s a warm and welcoming community feel throughout the hamlet.

  • Closest village/town: Warwick
  • Supermarket: Waitrose, Kenilworth
  • Walks: Open countryside on the doorstep
  • Primary Schools: Primary Schools: Lapworth C. Of E. Primary School The Ferncumbe C. Of E. Primary
  • Secondary Schools: School Secondary Schools: King’s High School – Girls, Warwick Kenilworth School & Sixth Form, Kenilworth Warwick School, Warwick