Enjoy an easy walk around the beautiful Charlecote Park in Wellesbourne, Warwickshire. It's a splendid place for a stroll with miles of footpaths taking you around the extensive estate. You can walk along the River Avon and see the waterfall before ambling around the large lake. Then cross the River Dene to the Deer Park where there are several fallow deer to observe. You can also explore the grand Victorian house. It has been home to the Lucy family for centuries with the park built in 1558 by Sir Thomas Lucy. See the porch built for the visit Elizabeth I and explore the Great Hall with centuries of Lucy family portraits.
You can park at the provided car park or you could reach Charlecote from Wellesbourne by following a riverside footpath along the River Dene. National Cycle Route 41 runs to the park from Stratford Upon Avon so this is a great option if you'd like to visit Charlecote by bike.
To extend your walking in the area you could head to the nearby Oakley Wood. Here you'll find some nice waymarked walking trails with ancient woodland, wildflowers and lots of wildlife to look out for.