Just like Wargrave, this village has a little bit of everything, particularly a strong sense of community spirit, plenty of green open spaces to enjoy and high-quality local amenities, all while benefiting from ideal commuter connections to London.
Westmorland Park is the jewel in this village’s crown, with a network of pretty paths to take, play areas and a pavilion. Make sure you check out the wildlife at the balancing pond or at Hayley Green Wood Local Nature Reserve next door. Another lovely spot is Piggy Wood, an ancient woodland where it is said priests from Hurley Church used to hide to escape persecution. The River Cut flows through the centre of the village, along with a string of other Berkshire villages and towns, before meeting the River Thames, offering further options for keen walkers.
Warfield is spoilt for classic country pubs, such as The Cricketers and The Shepherds
House, all offering al fresco dining in delightful beer gardens. The Moss End Garden Village is popular with residents and hosts a range of stores, such as the Old Grain