Our bar is a warm and inviting conversion of the Newbold's original stables. With an open real log fire, exposed beams and historical information from the town, we welcome families, friends and dogs to our pub.
Originally, the building was the estate's horse stables, housing up to 18 of the Willes family horses and stabling horses from famous visitors such as the Marquis of Waterford. During the late 1970s the stables were converted into a riding school. Soon after, the main farm house was converted into The House and Orangery and the stables were converted into our multi-award-winning pub.
We are delighted to have won the Leamington Business Sparkle Award and the Leamington in Bloom Award.
We welcome your canine companions throughout the week, except between noon and 4pm on Sunday when we serve our Sunday lunch.
You can enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner in a child-friendly environment. We have a fantastic play area suitable for children aged between two-years-old and 10-years-old, complete with toys, swings, slides and climbing frames. There’s plenty of outside seating for you to relax while watching your children play in a safe environment. You can also take advantage of our great country walks and views.
A great leamington venue with a brilliant children play area
Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays.
(No dogs on a sunday between 12pm-4pm)