Pubs and Bars in Coventry
Coventry has a long brewing history and has been home to a number of sizeable brewing operations over the years. These range from traditional Victorian corner houses to large ‘high street’ bars, where daytime tourists and shoppers make way for younger drinkers at night.
The Oldest Pub in Coventry, dating back to 1451. CAMRA Coventry pub of the year 2015 & 2017 . Most Haunted Location Award recipient. Virtually unchanged 15th Century pub, well known for its real ale and friendly atmosphere. Retaining many original features, such as inglenook fireplaces and quirky rooms, including The Black Room and The Brewhouse.
Large chain pub known for its beer selection offering a British menu and a calm atmosphere. This is named after the fondly remembered motor car, part of a range of models made in Coventry from 1903 until the 1960s. Standard’s first car, the Motor Victoria, was built in 1903 by Reginald Maudslay, in Much Park Street.
Here at The Festival we pride ourselves on our delicious home cooked meals and excellent range of cask ales. We serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks
A country pub near you oozing rural charm and rustic character, our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
The Wagon Load of Lime in Arley is a quaint village pub where you can enjoy some of the best ales around. Family and dog friendly with a recently refurbished beer garden overlooking the Bowling Green.
The Gatehouse Tavern, in the heart of Coventry, is a traditional family pub, with the best beer garden in the city. Come to the Gatehouse for a drink from our wide selection of beers and ciders and why not have a meal from our extensive traditional pub menu
The Castle Grounds is a vast Victorian-built venue, refurbished in to one of the city's favourite destinations for great food and unforgettable nightlife.
Greyhound Inn is a very traditional canalside venue dating from early 1800's, it is packed full of character, warmth, and friendliness which is probably why it's been voted best Pub in Coventry & Warwickshire 4 times and is currently the Local CAMRA branch pub of the Year.