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Stunning views

We visited on a very hot, sunny day. It is quite a hike up to the windmill but the farmer keeps... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Photogenic location

Visited whilst on holiday and used it for some photographic experimentation. The light at sunset or... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bob S
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Windmill Hill Ln, Leamington Spa, England
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited on a very hot, sunny day. It is quite a hike up to the windmill but the farmer keeps it lovely and neat so the walking is ok. The windmill itself is simply spectacular and the views are utterly breathtaking. We didn't take...More

Thank sauciehunnibunni
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited whilst on holiday and used it for some photographic experimentation. The light at sunset or sunrise is stunning and the position of the mill lends itself well to photography. Well worth a visit. Parking is on a side road nearby but it t is...More

Thank Bob S
Reviewed 24 June 2018

A hidden gem off the beaten track, this unusual windmill, built in 1632, boast great views from all sides. Also in view is the site of a Roman settlement. A short walk from the road takes you to this wonder and it is well worth...More

Thank kempdj
Reviewed 13 May 2018

It's well worth the short walk up to this historic landmark high on a hill above Warwick. Spectacular 360° views!

Thank Chris M
Reviewed 3 March 2018

A seventeenth century windmill (that is open once a year and brought into working order) on a hilltop overlooking Warwickshire. Easy access from Windmill Hill Lane and limited (free) parking. A short walk to the windmill on grassy path, probably not suitable for wheelchairs or...More

Thank Ian H
Reviewed 19 February 2018 via mobile

Always lovely to be in The Warwickshire country side and seeing the windmill. A total must see and the stunning views

3  Thank 494taniaf
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

Lovely place even on a bitterly cold day - blew away the cobwebs (& nearly the dog!!!) Fantastic views Such a shame that there isn’t a circular route that actually passes directly past the windmill

1  Thank LanorD
Reviewed 11 February 2018

Chesterton Mill can be seen for miles around (including from the M40). It is a local landmark. I walk up to the mill every so often for the wonderful views. It also has an interesting history. I recommend it.

3  Thank Scepticalbastar... S
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Chesterton Windmill was built in the 1600s, designed by Inigo Jones to make use of the high setting to catch the wind and grind corn. A very ornate stone building with large wooden sails. The Windmill still works on certain open days where you can...More

Thank nigeltaylor11
Reviewed 27 December 2017

Fantastic location - go on a windy, sunny, partially cloudy day and you will get a great sense of its position. Did it ever turn ? Apparently so, never been inside - one day anyway its very impressive.

3  Thank grayb
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Pradeep J
29 July 2018|
Response from Chris M | Reviewed this property |
Parking in the lay by on the road is free. It's a 5 minute stroll up to the Windmill itself which you can walk up to at any time of day.
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Alicia M
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Response from Jackie A | Reviewed this property |
I should'nt think so as it's in the middle of a farmers field and a noted Roman site.