The Tudor village of Henley-in Arden is sited on the river Alne and is surrounded by beautiful undulating countryside. The long winding main street is classified as a conservation area with over 150 buildings.
Many of these well-preserved oak buildings date back from the 15th century, including the Blue Bell Inn and the Guildhall.
St Nicholas Church Dates from the 12th century and is close to the motte and earthworks remains of the Norman castle. Beaudesert Castle stands on a high ridge overlooking Henley-on-Arden, Warwickshire