We stayed here for a three-night break to allow one family member to attend a conference at nearby Warwick University, while the remainder visited Warwick and Kenilworth Castles. The latter is only a short walk away across the fields, which also contain part of the Castle's 'Plaisance', which Walter Scott included in his novel 'Kenilworth'.
On a working farm, the converted buildings include accommodation of different capacities in The Coach House, The Granary and ours - The Old Dairy - see http://www.northmere.co.uk. We were greeted on arrival by the owners - another extended family - and a welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk and sugar - and fresh home-made cakes - in a beautifully appointed modern kitchen, but roofed in part with the original beams - delightful. Kitchen, dining area and sitting rooms are adjoining, with one bedroom, en-suite, next-door off the hallway and the others upstairs with their shared bathroom - a good arrangement for the family group.
With large bedrooms and decent showers, this was an exceptional place for a short visit to the area, with the NEC, Birmingham, Stoneleigh and Warwick and Kenilworth all nearby.
Fresh farm eggs were available from an 'honesty box', but there are no shops close-by, so come prepared, or shop in Kenilworth - a couple of miles away by road, with the first part being the farm 'track' - so drive slowly over the pot-holes!