The Rose and Crown

30 Market place,Warwick,United Kingdom

  • Experience World-class Service at The Rose and Crown

    Ideally located in the heart of Warwick city centre, The Rose and Crown is a former coaching inn, providing comfortable accommodation and excellent food in a vibrant atmosphere. All rooms are stylish and welcoming, with en suite facilities and satellite TV. Free Wi-Fi internet access and an inclusive full English breakfast are available to guests. An award-winning establishment, The Rose and Crown has featured twice in the Top Ten UK Pubs during the last 3 years and was voted Best Pub in the UK in 2004. Historic Warwick Castle is within walking distance of The Rose & Crown.

    Amenities

    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Unfreindly Establishment

      2.0
      Reviewed 20 June 2019

      I decided to call in here for a break but found it to be an unwelcoming place. One staff member was avoiding serving anyone and the other was being obsequious to some patrons whilst airily ignoring others. It was trying too hard to be trendy and although I wanted a coffee to sit outside with, it was not going to happen.

      CarltonA10
    • Highly recommend Rose and Crown

      5.0
      Reviewed 31 May 2019

      We were a group of 6 and rented 3 rooms and enjoyed dinner and breakfast at the Rose and Crown. The service and hospitality were outstanding. The rooms were great, especially the spacious and modern bathroom. Dinner was outstanding. Everyone in our group raves about how good everything was, including the very friendly staff. I highly recommend the Rose and Crown.

      Anne E
    • Bank holiday weekend away

      5.0
      Reviewed 06 May 2019

      We have just returned from a couple of nights away staying at the Rose and Crown. What a fantastic venue for a weekend break. The room was well furnished if a little quirky on the top floor overlooking the market square, with a scrumptious breakfast of quality local produce, exactly what we wanted before our days walking around the town and doing the tourist visits to the castle and local sights. We had a couple of lovely evening meals, one at Catalan restaurant and the other a Sunday lunch at a beautiful riverside gastro pub just out of town. Evenings were spent relaxing in the local hostalries which were welcoming and friendly, we can especially recommend the Ironworks for a memorable night of beers, cocktails and banter Many thanks to Katie and the whole of the staff at the Rose and Crown who helped us in having such a memorable weekend.

      Gary C
    • A little disappointing...

      3.0
      Reviewed 03 April 2019

      Booked this place for husbands 40th birthday as reviews seemed good. As there were going to be a few of us, they offered us a private dining room, but this turned out to be absolutely freezing and really felt out of the way and it would have been nicer to have been in with others for a bit more atmosphere. Staff were very friendly and accommodating, but there were a few things with the food which were disappointing. We opted for roast lunches, which we had prebooked and so they came out nice and quick. Meat was cooked well, gravy was nice, but the Yorkshires were a bit over done and the accompanying veg was just leeks...normally you might have broccoli, cauliflower or a few others. A bit strange just having leeks. We chose deserts, and unfortunately they had run out of the cheesecake. Opted for the sticky toffee pudding, but these all came out old and hard. They apologised and brought them back hotter, although they still didnt taste great. They did remove these from the bill, which was very generous, but it did kill the birthday buzz a little.

      980aimeeh
    • Terrible nights sleep

      1.0
      Reviewed 24 March 2019

      Possibly the worst nights sleep Ive ever had. To avoid the 3 hour drive home late at night after visiting friends in Birmingham we booked a night here. We stayed in the annex, which is not connected to the main building. The listing promised one king and one single, which is why we booked a room here as our teenager is sick of uncomfortable sofa beds. Unfortunately, what we got was a sofa bed. The king bed mattress had seen better days as we could feel every lump. The duvet was too thin and the room was very cold. The room was spacious and attractively decorated. Unfortunately the towns Christmas lights remain on, beaming bright blue-white light through the rooms windows all night long. It was impossible to get to sleep so we had to resort to attempting to hang towels from the curtain rails at 2am to try and form some sort of rudimentary blackout curtains. There were insufficient towels to cover all the windows and no additional sheets or duvets in the cupboard to help with the light or the cold. I only got about 2 hours sleep, so was more tired after staying there than I would have been if we had just driven home. Breakfast was included and was pleasant. Unfortunately, given the price we paid for the room (with the objective of sleeping well), it didnt really make up for it. At check out staff did not ask us how our stay was so my partner had to make a point of telling them about the light pollution (they made excuses about the lights going off at a certain time but this was not the case with the Christmas street decorations). A pair of black out curtains would have significantly improved our experience.

      WhamBarQueen

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