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The Old Coffee Tavern, Warwick, Warwickshire

You only have to stretch your legs to reach the famous Warwick Castle, which rubs shoulders with The Old Coffee Tavern in Warwick.

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The Old Coffee Tavern, Warwick, Warwickshire

16 The Old Square Warwick, CV34 4RA, 01926 679737, Visit Website

Taking pride of place in the Old Square, The Old Coffee Tavern, a 19th century pub with rooms, stands among historic buildings and is just a stroll from the collegiate Church of St Mary.

As you step inside The Old Coffee Tavern, you are drawn into its contagious charm. There’s a timeless elegance here that simply can’t be replicated. Inside the Victorian façade you’ll find the restaurant – a characterful space where dark wood floors mingle effortlessly with exposed brickwork and red leather.

The tavern also keeps a little secret – to the rear you’ll find an outdoor terrace area with seating, a perfect hideaway for those sunny al fresco moments.

Once a coffee house dating back to 1880, the tavern now serves a wide selection of alcoholic drinks, including cask ales, cocktails, wine and spirits. The Robata Grill has earned the tavern its status of being one of the best gastro pubs in Warwick and draws food lovers here with its tantalising menu of traditional and seasonal dishes.

Bedrooms have been transformed into cosy, boutique spaces that blend original fireplaces, antique furniture and sash windows with contemporary design and facilities.

  • 10 rooms
  • Children welcome
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Traditional menu
  • Outdoor terrace
From £95.00

The local area

Right in the heart of Warwick in the Old Square, The Old Coffee Tavern is close to many cultural attractions of the historic town, making it a much loved B&B in Warwick. Explore the area’s incredible history at the Church of St Mary or the magnificent Warwick Castle, where you can uncover great battles of the past and ancient myths. The town straddles the River Avon in the West Midlands and abounds with timber framed buildings, Victorian gardens and independent shops. You can reach the medieval market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, within a 30 minute drive from the tavern. As well as learning about the great Bard, there are also beautiful buildings that line pretty walks among the town.


  • No lift to top floors
  • Pets not allowed


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