Phil's World Pub Guides - Warwickshire, UK

Pub Comments Location
KENILWORTH
Bear and Ragged Staff I was surprised to discover I was the oldest person in the pub when I visited here on a Monday night. The rooms are partially knocked through but with enough separation so that the noise of open mike night was not too annoying. Keg beers only.
Last visited February 2004
Warwick Road
Lion A very nicely done pub with wooden floor and low ceilings. The leather sofas are very comfy. Real ales include Tetley's and guests, and I had a rather flat pint of Bass served by gravity from a barrel at the back of the bar.
Last visited February 2004
Warwick Road
NUNEATON
The Anker A very nicely decorated open knocked-through interior, with comfy sofas and leather armchairs in one area, a small stage for entertainment, and a dance floor. Only one real ale but it was in excellent condition. Nice looking smokers' garden at the back.
Last visited August 2007.
Weddington Road / Shanklin Drive
Fox and Crane This large free-standing old house has been very nicely decorated in traditional style. There are a number of rooms partially knocked through. They concentrate mainly on the food (The menu looks good.) but the real ale is not forgotten and the Pedigree I had was well looked after.
I'm told this is no longer a pub.
Last visited August 2007.
Weddington Road / The Coppice
Railway A rather nicely decorated friendly pub with a fine selection of real ales, very convenient when changing trains as it's just outside the station. An excellent rock-oriented jukebox.
Last visited August 2007.
Bond Street
STRATFORD UPON AVON
West End A pleasantly done local pub in a terraced side street. Very quiet when I went in on a Saturday morning but soon more customers arrived, all of whom seemed to be regulars. It's unusual to find a 'village shop' in a pub in an urban setting such as this. A selection of excellent real ales was on offer, and the menu (up-market pub food) looks good.
Last visited October 2011.
 
Wetherspoon's Golden Bee Even the Wetherspoon's is half-timbered here. The inside has plain modern decor. It was very busy on a Saturday lunchtime, but the friendly staff provided quick service. Admirably, they've resisted the easy choice of a Shakespeare theme (The Falstaff, The Bard of Avon, etc. etc.), and named the pub after a cafe which formerly stood on the site.
Last visited October 2011.
Sheep Street

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