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Pubs and Inns in Warwickshire, England.


WARWICKSHIRE

This county is full of character and best known for Stratford upon Avon and all its William Shakespeare connections. Another famous literary figure of Warwickshire was George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) who was born in Nuneaton

Warwickshire has a population of around 600,000 and lies just below the East Midlands and is surrounded by Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire to the south, Northamptonshire to the east, Worcestershire, Birmingham and the West Midlands to the West and Staffordshire and Leicestershire to the North.

Warwickshire is a relatively densely populated area that manages to offer stretches of lovely countryside. The closeness of Birmingham (the UKs second city) is of great advantage and a visit to magnificent Warwick Castle, Arbury Hall, Ragley Hall, The Shakespeare Houses, Charlecote Park, Coughton Court or a stroll around the Spa resort of Leamington are all well advised.

National Trust properties are prolific in Warwickshire.

Pubs and Inns in Warwickshire

Alderminster
The Bell
Ardens Grafton
The Golden Cross
Broom
Broom Tavern
Dunchurch
Dun Cow
Edgehill
The Castle Inn
Ettington
The Houndshill
Farnborough
The Inn At Farnborough
Great Wolford
The Fox And Hounds
Halford
THE HALFORD BRIDGE
Ilmington
Howards Arms
Kenilworth
Clarenden House
Lapworth
The Boot Inn
Lower Brailes
The George Hotel
Lowsonford
Fleur De Lys
Monks Kirby
The Bell Inn
Preston Bagot
The Crabmill

Princethorpe
The Three Horseshoes
Rately
The Rose And Crown
Rugby
The Golden Lion
Shipston On Stour
The Red Lion
White Bear Hotel
Stratford-Upon-Avon
6 Hathaway Hamlet
Stratford-upon-Avon
The Dirty Duck
Stratford-upon-Avon
The Fox And Goose
Temple Grafton
The Blue Boar
Warwick
Kings Head Inn Award Winning Inn
Kings Head Inn, Warwick
The Tilted Wig
Whatcote
Royal Oak
Withybrook
The Pheasant
Wootton Wawen
The Bulls Head

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