Southam is well located in the rural heart of England. It is close to Warwick, Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth and Rugby. The closest cities are Coventry and Birmingham. Once you arrive you'll find free parking and all the amenities you need for a relaxing visit.
Any footpath shown on the map does not necessarily indicate a Right of Way. For legal Public Rights of Way please view the PRoW map at Warwickshire County Council
Southam is located just of Junction 12 of the M40. Its also easily accessible from Junction 16 & 17 of the M1
Southam on Google Maps
For parking information please see below
Southam is well connected with Stagecoach providing bus routes to the local towns of Banbury, Daventry, Leamington Spa and Rugby.
Catteralls Coaches also provide a weekly Thursday coach service from Southam to Banbury Market taking in the local villages on route.
WCC Bus Timetables
The nearest railway station is Royal Leamington Spa with a direct line from London Marylebone. A taxi will take approximately 15 minutes from the station to Southam.
There are also railway stations at Warwick Parkway, Rugby, Coventry and Banbury.
All public car parking in Southam is free of charge. The main public parking areas in Southam are the Wood Street Car Park and Market Hill. There is also plenty of on-street parking on Coventry Street and High Street.
Disabled parking bays are available at Wood Street Car Park, on Market Hill, in High Street and in Coventry Street.
Petrol stations around Southam are located on the Coventry Road, the Banbury Road and at the Tesco store on Northfield Road.
All on- and off-street parking in Southam is free of charge. Disabled parking bays are located in Wood Street Car Park, on Market Hill, in High Street and in Coventry Street. Three hours free parking is allowed on double or single yellow lines providing clock and disabled sticker are displayed and that an obstruction is not caused.
These are available at Wood Street Car Park and in Tithe Place (Library).
A Radar Key is required to access the Wood Street disabled toilet.
Alternative disabled facilities are available at the Graham Adams Centre, Southam Leisure Centre, Grange Hall, Tesco’s and Southam Gateway Community Church.
Radar Keys are required to access Wood Street Toilets and the Holy Well path.
These are available to buy online and from all Shopmobility centres (see below) and Stratford-on-Avon District Council offices in Church Street, Stratford.
A Radar Key is needed for wheelchair access to the Holy Well footpath from Wattons Lane (see above).
Wheelchairs are available for loan from the Southam VASA Office – Telephone 01926 817525 for details. Scooters & wheelchairs are available for hire from Shopmobility centres in Banbury, Coventry, Daventry, Leamington Spa, Rugby and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Please telephone the train stations in advance and wheelchair ramps will be arranged.