The Globe Pub with rooms in Warwick, Warwickshire

Prices from:
£100 per night

David Hancock says:

  • Historic inn; fab spot on Market Place
  • Boutique, Scandinavian style inside
  • Sleek, open bar with a luxurious feel
  • Crowd-pleasing European menu
  • Contemporary rooms; all mod cons
  • Short walk to Warwick Castle

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Overview

The Globe Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4DP

The personal touch

The Globe is situated a stones’ throw from the Warwick’s central Market Place and just an easy 10-minute stroll from famous Warwick Castle, one of the best preserved ancient castles in the country. Built as a coaching inn in the 18th-century, it became a theatre during the 19th-century before once again being re-born as a thriving inn offering accommodation. Recently revamped by Oakman Inns, the Grade II listed stone and brick building has been painted in an attractive and eye-catching grey hue, yet the historic exterior hides a sleek, cool and contemporary interior which cleverly blends period features (beams and timbers, wood panelling and oak and slate floors) with stylish, modern furnishings, including leather bench seating, padded feature walls, herringbone wooden tables and a cutting-edge wood-burning stove in the bar. The restaurant feels more sophisticated with dark upholstered and studded banquettes along the walls with modern tables and luxurious red leather chairs and rich deep green wall paint. The open-to-view kitchen adds a touch of theatre and the whole places exudes a boutique, Scandinavian feel – simple, stylish, and elegant. Expect modern European cooking, a fabulous drinks list, and 16 cool and relaxing bedrooms spread across two floors.

Sticky fingers

From pizzas to a special kid’s breakfast menu, children are welcome in this family friendly atmosphere. Activity packs are also on hand to keep little fingers busy. Kids are welcome overnight; Rooms 1 & 2 interconnect to provide a spacious family room. 

Muddy paws

Dogs are welcome in the bar only where you’ll find dog biscuits on the bar, and two rooms are dog friendly.

Alfresco

The stone terrace to the rear has lots of chairs and tables for relaxing while you eat and drink and contemplate the day.

What’s the damage?

16 doubles/twin: £100 -140

What else?

All credit cards taken

Private dining

Alfresco dining

Disabled access to bar, restaurant & two ground-floor rooms

No parking; use nearby Linen Street car park (locked/secure 8pm-8am)

Sleep

The Globe Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4DP

Do not disturb

Sympathetically designed to reflect the building’s history and period features, each of the 16 en suite rooms at The Globe is individually designed in smart, contemporary style and comfortably furnished with king-size beds with super comfortable Hypnos mattresses and quilted headboards, feature wall coverings or modern art, colour bed-throws and cushions, two relaxing armchairs, a mini-bar, 42-inch Smart TV (with Sky), Nespresso machines and a choice of quality teas. Gleaming bathrooms have tiled walk-in showers, quality fittings, indulgent Noble Isle toiletries, thick towels and bathrooms; some are wood-panelled and have a distinct Nordic feel. Spacious executive rooms 6 and 8 have whirlpool baths. All rooms are air-conditioned.

What’s the damage?

16 doubles/twin: £100 -140

What else?

All credit cards taken

Private dining

Alfresco dining

Disabled access to bar, restaurant & two ground-floor rooms

No parking; use nearby Linen Street car park (locked/secure 8pm-8am)

Eat & Drink

The Globe Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4DP

Mastering the menu

(Starters: £4-£9; Main Courses: £12.50-£24.50; Desserts £6.50; Sunday roasts: £16.50) 

The Globe’s chefs deliver an extensive modern menu that trawls Europe for inspiration. It’s a real crowd-pleaser, with breakfast served from 7am for all-comers – sweet potato and chorizo hash, a bacon brioche bun, or avocado, smoked salmon and poached eggs on sourdough. The lunch/dinner menu kicks in at noon with a good choice of salads, pasta dishes (king prawn and arrabbiata linguine), burgers, perhaps halloumi and Portobello mushroom with dill pickle, red onion marmalade and red pepper and garlic hummus, and grilled leg of lamb with Greek salad, and rib-eye steak with roasted tomatoes. Traditional favourites include fish and chips, roast pork belly with crackling and gravy, and roast rump of beef with horseradish sauce and all the trimmings for Sunday lunch. Leave room for a comforting dessert – sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce and black treacle ice cream. Decent sandwiches are served until 5pm. To drink, where do I start – plenty of bubbles and cocktails, a raft of gins, vodkas and whiskies, 15 wines by the glass, and Fuller’s London Pride and Marlow Rebellion ales on tap.

Time to Eat

Food served all day: 7am – 10pm (8am – 9pm Sunday)

Time at the bar

7am – 11pm (7am – 12 midnight Friday; 8am – 12 midnight Saturday; 8am – 9pm Sunday)

What’s the damage?

16 doubles/twin: £100 -140

What else?

All credit cards taken

Private dining

Alfresco dining

Disabled access to bar, restaurant & two ground-floor rooms

No parking; use nearby Linen Street car park (locked/secure 8pm-8am)

Food Trail

Take it back home
Tour the brewery that brewed your favourite pint, visit the shop on the farm that reared your delicious Sunday roast beef, and seek out the roadside stalls selling the local crab and samphire on the inn’s menu, the Food Trail features the local artisan producers and suppliers where you can buy to enjoy at home.

Change of scenery
Looking for a pub for lunch following a country walk, a different venue for dinner, or a good café for coffee, light lunch or afternoon tea, then the best in the area are listed below. If you find a new and exciting eatery in the area that’s worthy of a mention on the Food Trail, then please to do let us know – gabrielle@innplaces.co.uk.

1 Inn Location - The Globe

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Toke's, Chipping Campden GL55 6AG

Opened in February 2015 in what for years was the town's wine merchants, this high quality new shop still specialises in fine wines, but also artisan cheeses, cured meats, ham cooked on the premises and upmarket ready meals from award-winning local business The Cotswold Traiteur.

5

The Cotswold Food Store and Cafe, Longborough GL56 0QZ

This family-run, award-winning farm shop and delicatessen on the A424 stocks a huge range of locally sourced produce such as bread, fruit and vegetables, meat, cheese and eggs. They also have a large and airy cafe where you can sample homemade cakes, light lunches or their famous Cotswold cream teas.

Out & About

1 Inn Location - The Globe

Activities

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Day Boat Hire, Wootton Wawen B95 6BZ

If you enjoy messing about on the river, hiring a canal boat for the day is the ideal way to see and enjoy the Heart of England's intricate network of picturesque inland waterways, an integral part of the landscape.

14

Cotswold Archery, Batsford Arboretum GL56 9AD

Deep in the Cotswolds, at Batsford Arboretum, near Moreton-in-Marsh, you’ll find this dedicated archery range. There is a wide choice of bows to use and expert tutors are always on hand.

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Cotswold Falconry Centre, Batsford GL56 9AB

Falcons, eagles, vultures and several other birds of prey swoop above you at the Cotswold Falconry Centre. You can even pose for pictures with an owl on your arm. The flying displays are especially memorable.

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Daylesford Cookery School, near Kingham GL56 0YG

This is a must for anyone with a passion for real food. At Daylesford, south of Moreton-in-Marsh, you’ll find an excellent choice – from classic courses such as quick and simple suppers and seasonal dinner parties to something niche and specialized – for example, nose-to-tail butchery and artisan bread making.

Shopping

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Cox's Architectural Salvage Yard, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56 9NQ

This specialist supplier of architectural salvage is one of Britain’s oldest established reclamation yards. Called upcycling these days, expect to find an amazing assortment of items here – everything from Belfast sinks to stained glass.

Places to visit

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Coughton Court, Alcester B49 5JA

Well worth a visit if you enjoy exploring magnificent country houses with plenty of fascinating history. Coughton Court, a Tudor country house near Alcester, has it in abundance. There are also refreshment facilities, a walled gardens and a riverside walk.

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Charlecote Mill, Hampton Lucy CV35 8BB

Powered by two undershot waterwheels, this 18th-century watermill grinds wheat and maize for commercial use. Located at Hampton Lucy, near Stratford, this piece of living, working history is open to the public at specific times throughout the year.

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Warwick Castle CV34 4QU

One of Britain's popular visitor attractions, Warwick Castle dates back to the 14th century, with the gardens designed by Capability Brown in the 18th century. With so much to see and discover, it's best to set aside a day to explore both inside and out.

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Court Barn Museum, Chipping Campden GL55 6JE

This popular site at Chipping Campden tells the story of the Arts & Crafts Movement from the start of the 20th century to the present day. It was here in this delightful Cotswolds village that some of the era's greatest craftspeople gathered and worked together.

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Upton House and Gardens, Upton, Banbury OX15 6HT

Stroll beside sweeping lawns and colourful herbaceous borders and reenact Downton Abbey by imagining the world of weekend house parties and legions of servants at this imposing National Trust house near Banbury.

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Blenheim Palace, Woodstock OX20 1PP

One of Britain's largest and most famous stately homes, Blenheim Palace offers a host of treasures to discover. There are guided tours of the staterooms and a chance to explore the estate's sumptuous parkland. A new Winston Churchill Memorial Garden and Footsteps Trail opened in 2015, taking visitors on a journey through the key achievements in the great statesman's extraordinary life and his early years in this area. Churchill's grave can be seen in the churchyard at nearby Bladon.

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Sezincote, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9AW

The distinctive dome of Sezincote is reputed to have provided the Prince Regent with the inspiration for Brighton Pavilion. Begun in 1805, the house was built by Sir Charles Cockerell, who made his fortune through the East India Company.

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Chastleton House, Chastleton GL56 0SU

Chastleton House, near Chipping Norton, is a fine Jacobean mansion with a striking south front. Now managed by the National Trust, the interiors of the 17th-century house may be familiar to television viewers as the family home of the Seymours in the BBC drama Wolf Hall. The small stone courtyard doubles for Putney, where a young Cromwell is attacked by his father.

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Dale House Antiques, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0AD

Dale House Antiques, in Moreton-in-Marsh's handsome High Street, consists of seven refurbished showrooms arranged on several floors. Here, you'll find a good selection of quality 18th- and 19th-century town and country furniture, paintings, prints, ceramics, glassware, wall lights, copper and brass and much more.

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Shakespeare Country

Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of our most celebrated playwright, William Shakespeare. If you love his plays then you will enjoy visiting the various properties in and around Stratford, and take in a production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. The Shakespeare Trail take in his birthplace in town, a wonderful half-timbered property, New Place/Nash’s House in Chapel Street, Halls Croft in Old Town, Anne Hatthaway’s Cottage in Shottery, and Mary Arden’s House in nearby Wilmcote.

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Batsford Arboretum, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 9AD

There are more than a thousand varieties of trees on display at Batsford. The colours are especially striking in spring and autumn. Expect to find cherries, azaleas and rhododendrons among the species.

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Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shottery, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 9HH

Probably one of the most photographed landmarks in the country, this half-timbered cottage and former farmhouse was the childhood home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare’s wife. In addition to the cottage, there is a splendid Tudor garden with a secluded orchard beyond.

Walking

www.escapetothecotswolds.org.uk
www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk

www.visitwarwick.co.uk

Warwick is surrounded by some of the region’s loveliest half-day walks and more adventurous long-distance trails. You can walk by the Avon, follow in Shakespeare’s footsteps or take to the glorious Cotswolds. For something a bit more unusual, try the Stratford Town Ghost Walk, visiting local buildings supposedly inhabited by ghosts and spirits.

Cycling

www.escapetothecotswolds.org.uk
www.stratfordbikehire.com

Among other cycling options in the region, why not let the train take the strain and enjoy a combination of bike and rail, experiencing a day’s cycling coupled with a train journey or two on the Cotswold Line. If you’re not equipped to go cycling in the area, Stratford Bike Hire will cater for all your needs and even deliver to the door.

Events

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www.visitstratforduponavon.co.uk
As well as the productions of the Royal Shakespeare Company, there are many events and attractions throughout the year to entertain Stratford’s numerous visitors. In April, you’ll find the Shakespeare Birthday Celebrations tend to dominate the town, with the colourful procession through the streets among the highlights. Among other annual fixtures is Stratford’s Literary Festival, also held in the spring.

Getting there

Location, Location, Location

By Road: Exit M40 (J15) and follow signs to Warwick; pass the castle car park entrance; head uphill to West Gate and turn left in Bowling Green Street; then first right and soon bear right into Market Square

By Rail: Nearest railway station in Warwick, a short walk away from the Rose & Crown

Address:

10 Theatre Street, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4DP

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