Visit Warfield and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Warfield, Berkshire, famous for brick and tile works, is set in one of the three ancient clearings of Windsor Forest which once supported 100 pigs and several ploughs. At the time of Edward the Confessor, Warfield was held by Queen Edith, and later passed to William the Conqueror.
The surrounding country is still well-wooded and pleasantly undulating, and the village itself contains one of the most interesting medieval churches in the county. Surrounded by green leafed limes and elms, set above the small river, it stands near the medieval half-timbered school, which still retains its enormous old bread oven.
St Michael's Church is mostly 14th century. Inside it is light and airy, and the north aisle and nave roofs are beautifully timbered. The east window has elegant tracery and some early l4th century stained glass of angels swinging censers. There is a l5th century wooden screen and a rare surviving section of the rood Loft. There are several 17th, 18th and 19th century monuments, and the whole church was well restored by Street in the 19th century.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Ascot, Bagshot, Binfield, Bisley, Bracknell, Bray, Burchetts Green, Burnham, Camberley, Charvil, Chobham, Cippenham, Crazies Hill, Crowthorne, Datchet, Dorney, Easthampstead, Englefield Green, Eton, Eton Wick, Eversley, Finchampstead, Hare Hatch, Holyport, Hurley, Knowl Hill, Littlewick Green, Longcross, Maidenhead, Sandhurst, Sindlesham, Slough, Sonning, Stoke Poges, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, Taplow, Templecombe, Twyford, Waltham St Lawrence, Wargrave, Water Oakley, White Waltham, Windlesham, Windsor, Winkfield, Winnersh, Wokingham
Have you decided to visit Warfield or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Warfield bed and breakfast (a Warfield B&B or Warfield b and b)
- a Warfield guesthouse
- a Warfield hotel (or motel)
- a Warfield self-catering establishment, or
- other Warfield accommodation