Available for functions
The Timber Store, located in the Carpenters Yard, is available to book for private functions.
Dogs must be kept on a lead around livestock and in close control at all times.
The Wheelwrights Second-Hand Bookshop is located in the Carpenters Yard.
The Radnor Arms is located in the heart of the village and is open most days.
The Carpenters Canteen, located in the Carpenters Yard, serves sandwiches and light refreshments from 10am-4pm.
Toilets are located in the Carpenters Yard, along with an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities.
Accessible toilet in the Carpenters Canteen with Baby Changing facilities. Uneven surfaces across the site.
Accessible toilet located in the Carpenters Yard.
There are 2 accessible car parking spaces located in the Carpenters Yard.
Rural village mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Watermill with two floors of traditional machinery.
Second World War guardhouse, built in the early 1940s.
Dating back to the Domesday Book, Coleshill is a rural place where time appears to have stood still. Sitting on the banks of the River Cole, with far-reaching views across to the magnificent White Horse Hill and surrounded by miles of walking trails across fields and through woodland, it's a great place to relax in and explore.
Positioned right on the border of Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, the now missing Coleshill House was the site of the headquarters of the secret Auxiliary Units in the Second World War.
The Heritage Skills Centre sits at the heart of the Model Farm in Coleshill; a hub for knowledge sharing and education in traditional skills and rural crafts.