A great choice for a fun-packed family day out, Hatton Country World, near the outskirts of medieval Warwick, is acclaimed for its Adventure World and Shopping Village. It's also close to plenty of affordable and high-end hotels in Warwick and Royal Leamington Spa, and benefits from excellent transport links to the rest of the country via the M40 and Warwick railway station. The Hatton Estate also has several pleasant walking routes, where you can admire superb views of wildlife and Warwick.
An Abundance of Adventures at Adventure World
This attraction has a superb indoor play area known as Superslide Mania, a special Laser Combat facility for children aged eight and older, paintballing, Easter Egg Hunts, and a mind-boggling Jungle Maze in the summer. Children can also visit the Hatton Adventure World's excellent fairground, see the farm animals, observe falconry displays, and take part in the Enchanted Christmas Kingdom in December.
Shop ‘Til You Drop
Featuring attractive converted Victorian farmhouses, the Shopping Village has a vast collection of independent boutiques, from antique shops to fashion retailers, and is the perfect spot for some souvenir shopping after you've checked into your hotel.
Great Food and Drink
The Hatton Country World offers delightful Afternoon Tea and delicious cakes, and a wide choice of tasty breakfasts and meals, from succulent barbecued meat to wholesome home-made paninis. In nearby Warwick you can also find a good variety of other top places to eat out, and stylish hotels offering free WiFi access and comfortable, spacious rooms.
Other Local Attractions
Whichever hotel you choose in Warwickshire, you'll have an extensive range of other visitor attractions within an hour's drive, from the magnificent Royal Pump Rooms in Royal Leamington Spa to enchanting Warwick Castle, an incredibly well-preserved Norman defence.
You can also take a day trip to the famous market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, which is known all around the world for being the birthplace of the most influential writer in the English language, William Shakespeare, who was born in a half-timbered 16th century house on Henley Street. Like Warwick and the rest of the county, the town has many delightful places to stay, from medieval former country inns to deluxe contemporary hotels.