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Author: WFF

Warwick Castle

Explore Warwick Castle, where you’ll be surrounded by jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure!

8 reasons to choose Warwick Castle:

Horrible Histories
for the May bank holiday
Epic attractions, inside and out
Daily shows & activities
Our new attraction, Time Tower

press Warwick Castle Warwick Folk Festival

https://www.warwick-castle.com/

The Fleece Inn

The Quintessential English Pub Owned by The National Trust and Run with a Love of Tradition.
The Fleece Inn team run the Festival bars under Moongazing Hare Bars, their outdoor bar company.
The Fleece Inn is the perfect rural retreat, just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Cotswold’s.
Boasting roaring open fires for the winter months, open garden and apple orchard for the summer sun and a friendly welcome all year round The Fleece Inn is the quintessential English pub! With real ales and traditional ciders aplenty this historical pub is a favourite with CAMRA members and the welcoming atmosphere and good food attract visitors from all over the world.
www.thefleeceinn.co.uk

The Thomas Lloyd

Thomas Lloyd was a local philanthropist, who lived in Warwick for 35 years. The Wetherspoon pub which bears his name is a former branch of his family’s bank.

Numbers 5 and 7 Market Place were acquired by the Warwickshire & Leamington Bank, in 1834, and taken over by Lloyds Bank, in 1866. The bank acquired number 3 in 1920, and occupied all three until 1998, when they became the Lloyds No.1 outlet. Thomas Lloyd, a member of the banking family, lived at the priory from 1865 until his death, in 1890. He was a philanthropic man, who took a particular interest in the asylum, the gaol and local schools. In recent years this venue has become a Wetherspoon pub offering great value beer, wine and food.

3-7 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SA

http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-thomas-lloyd

Thomas Oken Tea Rooms

Set in the small historic town of Warwick, against the Castle wall, this beautiful old house was built over 500 years ago by Thomas Oken, a wealthy and philanthropic merchant and Mayor of the town. Nowadays we are a quintessential English tea rooms serving a whole range of hot and cold refreshments, including our renowned Cream Teas and Afternoon Teas, served with a choice of over 30 fine loose leaf teas.

(By the way, we also love – and serve – delicious locally roasted coffee!)

20 Castle Street, Warwick, CV34 4BP

http://thomasokentearooms.co.uk/

The Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown is a 17th century inn with rooms tucked into the corner of Warwick’s Market Square.  We serve the good stuff: fresh seasonal food, a quality pint, great wine, well-made coffee, all with a genuine welcome for old guests and new.

30 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SH

http://www.roseandcrownwarwick.co.uk/

The Roebuck

The Roebuck Inn is Warwick’s oldest Public House, dating back to 1470.
Located on the historic Smith Street, and a stone’s throw from the world famous Warwick Castle, The Roebuck is a favourite for food and drinks throughout the day and night. Frequented by locals and visitors alike, guests are welcomed with our friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere.

57 Smith Street, Warwick, CV34 4HU

http://www.theroebuckwarwick.co.uk/