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WHICHFORD, WARWICKSHIRE. CV36 5PE

POSHEST VILLAGES IN BRITAIN: Savills has put together a list of the poshest villages in Britain from The Telegraph taking into account house prices, lifestyle amenities, connectivity and ‘chocolate-box appeal!

The little known village of Whichford in Warwickshire has made that list and here a just a few reasons why........

THE NORMAN KNIGHT

The Norman Knight has it all. Situated in the heart of Whichford overlooking the green, this quintessential country pub serves fantastic tasty food, with a great selection of real ales and a wide variety of wines.They use fresh local ingredients & there's something for everyone on the menu.
Always a warm welcome this is a great place to relax and unwind.

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Whichford Pottery was recently featured on BBC Countryfile.  They are a family business, passionate about keeping historic skills alive, using ethically sourced materials, providing personal customer service and supporting local businesses wherever possible.

Jim and Dominique Keeling established Whichford Pottery in 1976 with two apprentices and now lead a team of 30 local people, including their eldest son Adam, designing and making a wide range of English flowerpots using traditional hand-thrown and hand-pressed methods for discerning gardeners worldwide.

The Straw Kitchen is a unique Straw Bale Cafe. It is currently closed for a winter break but will be reopening on Wednesday 22nd March 2023 for

BRUNCH  - LUNCH  - COFFEE - CAKE

Their ethos is Handmade, Home Grown, Sustainable, Local and Ethical.

For any other enquiries, please call 01608 684950 (*not the Pottery landline*)

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Less than a 5 minute drive from Whichford is The Cotswolds Distillery who have been been lovingly crafting delicious, award-winning spirits since 2014. From their single malt whiskies to gins and liqueurs, everything they make is about quality and flavour above all else.

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Great Tew - 16 mins

Daylesford - 15 mins

Aynho - 25 mins

Oxford -  50 mins

Banbury Station -  21 mins

Banbury M40 Junction - 30 mins

Heathrow Airport  - 1 hr 20 mins

Birmingham Airport - 1 hr 10 mins

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