Mousley House Farm

Case Lane, Hatton, Warwick CV35 7JG



We offer Longterm Country Rental Properties

&

 Self Catering Holiday Barns


 with onsite


Camping - Livery  




Gay Britton - 07872 549103      mousleyhousefarm@hotmail.com

CV35 7JG


Mousley House Farmhouse and its residential barn conversions are situated just five miles north of Warwick Town off the A4471 in the undulating Warwickshire countryside. The nearby linked motorways M42, M40, M1, M6 and M5 give easy access to Birmingham, London, Manchester, Worcester, Bath and Bristol. There are countrywide rail links from Birmingham International and Warwick Parkway as well as several other local stations and for air travel further afield, we have Birmingham International as well as East Midlands and Luton Airports from only 15 and 40 minutes and 1 hour away respectively.


Self Catering Barns

We have one self catering barn with private enclosed garden onsite, which is available for a minimum of 2 day bookings.


The Residential Barn Conversions

We have several residential barns to let of varying sizes from one  bedroom to four bedrooms. The barns are let unfurnished on Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements a year being the usual minimum letting term with the option of longer terms by agreement. Tenants may make use of our on site equestrian facilities such as stabling and grazing, a horse walker, an all weather floodlit arena and our professionally built XC training fences by separate agreement.  

Well behaved pets may be allowed by separate agreement                  

The Area 

Less than two hours drive from London, the Warwickshire Forest of Arden, which was heavily cleared in the 18th century to supply the needs of British ship-building, still shows its presence with clusters of old oak trees set amongst the rolling hills and lush valleys. The old town of Warwick, with its famous Warwick Castle still holds jousting tournaments and medieval fighting as part of a days' entertainment for the visiting crowds.  Warwick centre offers a variety of eating places from traditional fish and chips to exotic Thai food and is surrounded by villages offering a surprisingly rich selection of foodie pubs and stylish smart eateries such as The Durham Ox, The Waterman and The Crabmill. The Regency town of Leamington Spa with its elegant shops and boutiques is nearby, as is Hatton Country World with its animal petting and breeding centre. There is also a busy shopping village there offering everything from garden ornaments and kitchen utensils to shoes and clothing. Although we have the usual supermarkets offering home delivery for groceries, there are several local well stocked farm shops provides locally produced meat and vegetables to the public. Just twenty minutes drive south east is the bustling town of Stratford  Upon Avon with its famous Shakespearian Theatres, shops and of course Shakespearean history, which is an obvious attraction for locals as well as tourists.  For children's, or adults day out we have Hatton Countryworld two minutes away, Cadbury World is only a short drive down the M42 and looking more southerly the beautiful Cotswolds offers a peaceful day out for all in tranquil surroundings. Being centrally situated in the Midlands we are also lucky to have such venues for concerts and shows as the NIA in Birmingham, the NEC at the Showground at Stoneleigh and the Three Counties Showground at Malvern. 


Local Equestrian Facilities

We are situated in a very densely equestrian populated area with  competition venues such as Solihull Riding Club for dressage, showjumping and XC, Swallowfields for XC and Lowlands Farm specialising in RDA, within easy reach. Offchurchbury Polo Club is twenty minutes away, Dallas Burston Polo Fields within forty-five minutes and the Rugby Polo fields are approximately one hour away. We have facilities for professional riders and also hold Western Riding Clinics at the farm. Events are also held locally at Solihull Riding Club and Warwickshire College at Moreton Morrell.  Local suppliers for hay, bedding and feed deliver to the farm on a regular basis. Plenty of bridleways and footpaths enable riders and walkers to enjoy a variety of circular routes, some have pub stops en route.