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Click the map for tourism ideas Warwickshire is primarily an agricultural county of undulating terrain. The medieval castle of Warwick, an imposing fortress on the banks of the River Avon, is one of the country's most visited tourist attractions. Dominating the town around it, this vast castle has dramatic ramparts, a dungeon, torture chamber and sumptuous state rooms. Similarly, visitors flock to the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. His plays are frequently performed here and five properties connected with the dramatist have been carefully preserved.
Bell Inn

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Binton Road, Welford-On-Avon, Warwickshire CV37 8EB. Tel: 01789 750353
Blue Boar
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Temple Grafton, Alcester, Warwickshire B49 6NR. Tel: 01789 750010
Bulls Head
Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen, Warwickshire B95 6BD. Tel: 01564 792511
Clarendon Arms

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44 Castle Hill, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 1NB. Tel: 01926 852017
An excellent old historic inn opposite the entrance to Kenilworth Castle. Good reputation for home cooked food.
Coach & Horses Inn

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Weatheroak Hill, Alvechurch, Warwickshire B48 7EA. Tel: 01564 823386
Good food and home brewed ales and just one mile from junction 3 of the M42, the Coach & Horses lies on the ancient Icknield Street Roman Road.
Dog & Doublet Inn
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Dog Lane, Bodymoor Heath, Warwickshire B76 9JD. Tel: 01827 872374
Very popular country inn with good food lunchtimes and evening. Located on the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal and close to Kingsbury Water Park and the Belfry Golf Club.
Dun Cow
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The Green, Dunchurch, Warwickshire CV226NJ. Tel: 01788 810305
Popular inn named after a huge cow that used to provide milk to the local villages until it went on the rampage and was killed by the Earl of Warwick. The Original Mad Cow ?
Durham Ox

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, Shrewley Common, Warwickshire CV35 7AY. Tel: 01926 842283
Fox & Hounds Inn
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Great Wolford, Shipston On Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5NQ. Tel: 01608 674220
Golden Lion

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Main Street, Easenhall, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0JA. Tel: 01788 833577
Green Man
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Church Lane, Middleton, Warwickshire B78 2AN. Tel: 0121 323 1931
Very popular village inn serving excellent food including huge cod portions ! Cask ales can be enjoyed whilst reading the plethora of information dotted around the inn. Located close to the Belfry Golf Club.
Howard Arms

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Lower Green, Ilmington, Shipston-On-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4LT. Tel: 01608 682226
Popular 16th Century Cotswold inn set in a lovely location beside the village green, with a reputation for excellent food and guest ales. The Howard has a very cosy atmosphere in the friendly heavy-beamed bar with comfortable seats, open fires and a big inglenook.
Inn At Farnborough

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Farnborough, Banbury, Warwickshire OX17 1DZ. Tel: 01295 690615
Lovely 17th Century golden stone country inn serving excellent, imaginative food. The Inn at Farnborough is set in an historic and picturesque village just 6 miles from Banbury but just over the Warwickshire border. A sensational wine list is complimented by stylish surroundings including fresh flowers and brilliant service.
Mary Arden Inn

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The Green, Wilmcote, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire CV37 9XJ. Tel: 01789 267030
Formerly a splendid private house, the Mary Arden Inn dates back to the 1700s. Standing opposite Mary Arden's house - William Shakespeare's mother, the Inn is ideally located for exploring Stratford with all its heritage and history. The Mary Arden serves real ales has boasts an excellent menu of imaginative food cooked from locally sourced ingredients.
Old Mill
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Mill Hill, Bagington, Warwickshire CV83AH. Tel: 01203 302241
Very popular extensively extended former mill which still retains flagstone floors and the iron mill wheel. Located in a pleasant village setting beside the River Sowe but only 2 miles from Coventry city centre.
Plough Inn
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Fosse Way, Eathorpe, Warwickshire CV339DQ. Tel: 01926 632557
Welcoming country inn located just off the main Fosse Way Roman Road. Good value food.
Queens Head
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Irons Cross, Salford Priors, Warwickshire WR11 5SH. Tel: 01386 871012
Excellent locals inn serving good food and cask ales brewed on the premises. Located close to the Worcestershire border.
Red Lion
Main Street, Long Compton, Warwickshire CV36 5JS. Tel: 01608 684221
Rose And Crown
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, Ratley, Warwickshire OX15 6DS. Tel: 01295 678148
Superb 11th century country pub in a small secluded village close to the Oxfordshire border. The Rose & Crown is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a Roundhead from the nearby battle of Edgehill. Exposed beams, flagstone floors and two log fires supplement the dim lighting. This friendly, family-run local has a cosy snug which serves as a children's room and there is an active Aunt Sally team. The Grade I listed Rose and Crown was built of Hornton stone in 1098 for local stone masons.
Shakespeare Inn
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9 Mill Street, Harbury, Warwickshire CV33 9HR. Tel: 01926 612357
Lovely village inn serving superb food such as the finest sea bass in a non coastal location. Three distinctive areas to the inn along with a pleasant conservatory all located in a tranquil village in Shakespeare country.
The Bell Inn
Bell Lane, Monks Kirby, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0QY. Tel: 01788 832352
Spanish cuisine is a speciality at the Bell with pleasant views across the meadow.
The Crabmill
Preston Bagot, Claverdon, Warwickshire B95 5EE. Tel: 01926 843342
Three Horse Shoes
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Southam Road, Princethorpe, Warwickshire CV239PR. Tel: 01926 632345
Country inn dating back to 1856, located 4 miles from Coventry on the A423 junction with Fosse Way Roman Road. Good food and traditional ales.
Tudor House Inn
West Street, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 6AW. Tel: 01926 495447
Dating from 1472 the Tudor House is steeped in charm and character, with old ship timbers and good traditional ales.