If you choose to explore the area on foot

With the  current restrictions there is still a lot you can do. This area is famous because of the battle of Edgehill (1642), the first battle of the civil war.

When restrictions are lifted, for those interested in history, the museum housed in the church at nearby Radway is worth the walk.

 

We have prepared a series of beautiful walks direct from The Look Out. 

 

The Look Out is very near to the Macmillan Way and Centenary Way walking paths.

 

The pubs near The Look Out all have gardens and may be able to serve drinks outside.

We will post regular update as the restrictions are lifted.

The Castle Pub, Edgehill is 20 minute walk along a paved road.

The Rose and Crown at Ratley takes about 25 minutes across the field footpaths, wellingtons or walking boots are a must. (We are in England after all)

A walk to the village of Radway where the historic church houses a fascinating museum collection all about the civil war.

 

If you are visiting the beautiful Primrose Hill Farm for celebrations, you are practically on the doorstep.

The Castle at Edge Hill main turret
Outside of the Rose and Crown with a horse on the road