Sarah Miller, pictured winning the Leamington Business Sparkle Award, bought the Newbold Comyn Arms 8 years ago after running a successful outside catering business. The Newbold Comyn Arms is a family run pub and free house.
Our bar is a warm, inviting conversion of the Newbold's original Stables. With an open real log fire, exposed beams and surrounded by artwork and historical information from the town, the bar is a real local pub; where both families and friends can feel welcome and at home.
You can enjoy a relaxing meal all day or Sunday lunch in a child friendly environment. Afterwards, why not take advantage of our great country walks and views.
Originally the building was the estate's horse stables, housing up to 18 of the Willes family horses and housing 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 what is now the The Manor House and Marquee, the stables were converted into the inviting conversion that stands today.
Newbold Comyn Arms Playground
Play area suitable for 2-10 years old complete with swings, a slide, roundabout and climbing frames. There is plenty of outside seating for you to relax whilst watching the children play in a safe environment.
Newbold Comyn Play Area
Two large play areas, locally referred to as 'old park and 'new park'. The playing facilities provide a wide range of toys and activities from zip swings, swings, slides and climbing frames. Recent additions of a cycle and skate ramp continue to make this play area both accessible and relevant to children and teenagers. The play area is only a minutes walk away from the pub, so it is perfect for refreshments, lunch, dinner after playtime!