Old Warwick Road
Mon-Sat 11-2.30; 5.30-11 (11-11 Sat), Sun 12-10.30
This pub can get very busy of an evening and very hot.
Situated on the edge of the canal, this old building has many original features, like the canal side garden and stone flagged floors in places.
An M&B pub it does serve a guest ale on a regular basis, Everards Perfik this time.
Mainly a food pub it served meals lunch and evening in its many rooms. Most of these are on a different level to the rest of the pub and so it is not really suitable for disabled people - though you can get to the main bar with a squeeze, if you are prepared.
Inside the décor is wood beams and low walkways that seem to have no real plan, but that's it's beauty. Tables are dark wooden square with an assortment of chairs. Mainly these are for 4 people, hence it can be difficult to find a seat if you are a lone drinker/traveller.
A huge fireplace faces the main door and there are bench seats either side for those who cant feel the furnace heat of the pub.
A small central wooden bar serves drinks and food here, the other side is in a small second bar behind.
There is also a large eating room here. Meals and prices are displayed on the blackboards throughout the pub, there are no paper menus.
Food is traditional but there is plenty of choice, though prices can be a bit steep in places.
No music here and you can camp with permission.
Not too far from the railway station (10-15 minutes walk depending on how fast you walk).
Toilets are clean, though chilly in winter.
No accommodation here, call Tourist Information: (01926) 492212.
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Tourist Information: 01926 492212.