Mickleton is noted for its market gardening and vegetable growing. Meon Hill, scene of the so-called 'witchcraft' murder of Charles Walton in 1945, lies to the north of the village. Meon Hill is said to have provided inspiration for Tolkien's 'Weathertop' from The Lord of the Rings. According to legend, Meon Hill was formed by the Devil. He intended to throw a clod of earth at Evesham Abbey, but missed, and the earth formed the hill.
Mickleton has two old pubs, King's Arms and Butcher's Arms, and a hotel, Three Ways House Hotel. Sited on a green in front of the hotel is a memorial fountain by the Victorian architect William Burges.
- Sir Anthony Keck (1630–1695), Commissioner of the Great Seal
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- Verey, David; Brooks, Alan (2000). Gloucestershire 1: The Cotswolds. The Buildings of England. Penguin. p. 477. ISBN 0140710981.
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- Location map: 52°5’20"N, 1°46’10"W
- Photos of Mickleton and surrounding area on geograph.org.uk
- Mickleton village
- Hidcote Bartrim & Hidcote Boyce are a mile away