Situated on the edge of the village of Warmington, Springfield House (built around 1539) is one of the oldest houses in the village. Springfield House enjoys views across the valley towards Farnborough Hall.
The village is a Conservation Area and is well known for its fine Manor House and sizable Village Green The house has much history and was listed as an inn with 6 stables and 3 bed spaces in the King's survey of 1686. The gardens are open each year in June as part of the village Open Gardens.
Afternoon tea on arrival is always available - in the garden if the weather permits - and a truly memorable breakfast is served in the panelled dining room.
We currently have two large comfy rooms, each with private bathroom, TV and a range of beverages. An extensive library offers a wide range of reading material.
Superb Country House breakfast.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed. We do not allow pets - there are already 2 dogs and a cat in residence
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free - all by prior notification
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
From Banbury in the South:
Take the B4100 towards Warwick. After 4 miles there is the church of St Michael, Warmington, on the right. Carry on down the hill for approximately 100yds. School Lane is a small turning on your right. Springfield House is the first drive on the left.
From the M40:
Take J12 to Gaydon (B4451). At the roundabout turn left towards Banbury on the B4100. After 4 miles School Lane is on your left half way up Warmington Hill