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Built as a coaching inn in the 18th-century, The Globe became a theatre before being re-born as a thriving inn offering accommodation.

The Grade II listed stone and brick building has been painted in an attractive and eye-catching grey hue; yet step inside and you'll find a sleek, cool and contemporary interior which cleverly blends period features with modern furnishings - leather bench seating, padded feature walls, herringbone wooden tables and a wood-burning stove in the bar.

The sophisticated restaurant features dark upholstered and studded banquettes with modern tables, luxurious red leather chairs and rich deep green wall paint. The open-to-view kitchen adds a touch of theatre and the whole place exudes a boutique, Scandinavian feel - simple, stylish, and elegant. The stone terrace to the rear has plenty of chairs and tables for alfresco relaxing.

Expect modern European cooking, a fabulous drinks list, and 18 relaxing bedrooms spread across two floors.

Rooms from

18 doubles: £100

Good to know

  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Disabled access
  • Alfresco & private dining
  • Weddings
  • Pay & display parking nearby
  • Dogs welcome overnight

Family favourite
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.

Town and city
You're in the centre of Warwick here, a stones' throw from the city's central Market Place.

A touch of culture
The Globe is an easy 10-minute stroll from famous Warwick Castle, one of the best preserved ancient castles in the country.


Designed to reflect the building's history and period features, each of the 18 ensuite rooms are individually designed in smart, contemporary style.

All have 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 bathrobes; some are wood-panelled and have a distinct Nordic feel. Spacious executive rooms 6 and 8 have whirlpool baths. All rooms are air-conditioned.

Restaurant & bar

The kitchen deliver an extensive modern menu that trawls the Mediterranean for inspiration. It's a real crowd-pleaser, with breakfast served from 7am (8am at weekends) for all-comers, so follow an early morning stroll with sweet potato and chorizo hash.

The lunch/dinner menu kicks in at noon with a good choice of salads; pasta dishes; pizzas from the wood-fired oven; pub favourites like burgers, roast pork belly, and fish and chips; steaks from the Josper grill; delicious Sunday roasts; and more sophisticated dishes. ‚ÄčLeave room for a comforting dessert - sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce and salted caramel ice cream. Decent sandwiches are served until 5pm.

To drink, there are 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.

Things to do

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.

There's plenty of history in this area, with Warwick Castle being a real highlight and one of Britain's popular visitor attractions. It dates back to the 14th century and the the gardens were 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. Or, head to the magnificent Coughton Court, a Tudor country house near Alcester with plenty of fascinating history. There are also refreshment facilities, a walled garden and a riverside walk.

If you enjoy spending time along the river, hiring a canal boat for the day with Wootton Wawen Day Boat Hire is the ideal way to see and enjoy the Heart of England's intricate network of picturesque inland waterways.

Getting here


Nearest train station: Warwick
Taxi from station: 7min
Drive: Coventry 17min; Stratford-upon-Avon 20min; Birmingham 1h


10 Theatre Street, Warwick, Warwickshire CV34 4DP

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