Kineton is served well by two public houses; 'The Swan' and 'The Carpenters Arms', an Indian restaurant; 'Shukurís Brasserie', a fish and chip shop and a local cafe too. There's something to suit every taste, without having to go too far.
Centralised around St Peter's Church of England, the village also has a 19th Century Methodist Chapel and Roman Catholic Church. To the north-west of Kineton, on the outskirts lies Pittern Hill; you will find a stone windmill from the 18th Century. If you're interested in castles, you'll be interested to know that the earthworks of a motte-and-bailey castle, named King Johnís Castle, remains at the foot of Pittern Hill too.
If you'd like to do a bit of further exploring, villages and attractions nearby include the historic watermill and Compton Verney House art gallery in Wellesbourne, Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Burton Dassett Hills Country Park and the battlefield of Edgehill.