Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk

Walking trail

Baddesley Clinton is a secluded, intimate estate which was home to the Ferrers family for 500 years, whilst just over the fields Packwood was transformed by Graham Baron Ash in the 1920s from a 17th century farmhouse into a dream-like vision of a Tudor country home.

Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk


Map route for Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk


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Begin at Baddesley Clinton's Visitor Reception. The walk begins by continuing left along the drive, passing Badger's Dell on the right just before the drive curves to the left.


At the end of the drive, cross the road and walk up the lane opposite. Look out for a public footpath sign on the left and follow the path across the fields, going through a series of kissing gates to rejoin the road at a canal bridge.


Turn right along the road and right again down a drive for The Grove, just after the railway bridge. At the end of the drive follow the footpath sign to the right along a hedge lined path which circles round to the left.

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Emerge onto a lane and take the footpath signed opposite, heading up the field with the hedge on your left to meet a road.

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Turn right along the road, taking a footpath on the left by the sign for Packwood House. Follow the avenue back to Packwood, crossing over Two Pits Pool and onto Chestnut Avenue from where you get a beautiful view of the house.

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A good place to stop for a break would be at Packwood's Garden Kitchen restaurant, serving a range of hot and cold lunches, hot drinks, cakes and ice-creams.

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Make your way onto Packwood Lane, then follow the road to the left to meet Rising Lane.


At the junction go straight ahead along the road, following signs for Lapworth.

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At a fork in the road, take the left hand lane and turn left over a canal bridge. Cross the road and on the far side of the bridge, take the footpath down to the towpath.

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Turn right along the towpath, following the Stratford-upon-Avon canal past a series of locks and passing through the Kingwood Junction, where the Stratford Canal meets the Grand Union. Follow the Grand Union Canal and after the railway bridge, turn left over the footbridge and carry on along the towpath with the canal on your right.

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At bridge 65 take the steps up to the road, turn right along the road, past the Navigation Inn and take the footpath on the left signed for the Heart of England Way.


Follow this along a drive, through a stable yard and across the fields to meet the drive at Baddesley Clinton.

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Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk


Uneven sections with some steps, kissing gates and stiles. Field paths may be marshy following wet weather. Take care on roads. Livestock (and their droppings) are present, along with some water hazards (ponds and ditches). Dogs on leads on public footpaths; dogs are not permitted within the property.

Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk

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Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk

How to get here

Baddesley Clinton Rising Lane, Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire, B93 0DQ
By train

Lapworth, 1½ miles; Birmingham International 9 miles

By road

¾ mile west of A4141 Warwick to Birmingham road, 6 miles south of M42 exit 5; 15 miles south-east of central Birmingham

By foot

Heart of England Way crosses property

By bicycle

Use this Sustrans cycle map for reference.

Baddesley Clinton to Packwood walk

Facilities and access

  • Restaurant with varied menu, vegetables from our own garden and bread baked in our ovens
  • Shop - locally sourced products and plants
  • Free parking, 100 yards
  • Toilet facilities
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats for loan
  • Children's guide
  • House trail for younger children
  • Family activities
  • Mobility car park - separate parking, 10 yards
  • Mobility toilet near shop and ticket office
  • Wheelchair available
  • Braille guide
  • Induction loop
  • Sensory experience