Alderminster lies on the road to Shipston-on-Stour from Stratford on Avon. Some 17th-century half timber cottages still remain on the east side of the road, and on the same side, at the south end of the village, are two fine 18th-century brick tithebarns with tiled roofs.

The church stands on the west side of the road near the centre of the village. The track of the derelict Stratford on Avon and Moreton-in-Marsh railway, one of the earliest lines in England, passes through the parish by the road side. Goldicote House, the residence of the Hon. Claud Berkeley Portman, with its fine grounds, is situated on the Banbury road, 3 miles north of the church.

For more detaild on this interesting village visit the Alderminster Parish Council website