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Clarendon House Hotel, Kenilworth - pub details

Clarendon House Hotel

Address: 6 High Street, Kenilworth, West Midlands, CV8 1LZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25713) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tile Hill (3.2 miles), Canley (3.9 miles), Berkswell (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Old Bakery, Kenilworth (0.0 miles), Loch Fyne Restaurant, Kenilworth (0.0 miles), Famous Virgins and Castle, Kenilworth (0.0 miles), Royal Oak, Kenilworth (0.2 miles), Cross, Kenilworth (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of Clarendon House Hotel, Kenilworth

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Walk passed here today. It was closed for a refurb. This note was on the door,

'Sorry, as of today we are closed for 16 weeks for a total refurbishment. We will re-open as a loach fyne restaurant in november'.

Although this was never the best pub in the world it had an important roll in kenilworth and will be missed. I hope that these places are pub restaurants!

I will keep everyone informed.
trains2064 - 18 Jul 2008 21:19
Looks OK from the outside. Shame it is a Greene King pub. The range is poor. The only good thing was the Hardys and Hanson 'Olde Trip'. (shame its not brewed in Nottingham these days!. Don't rate it. If you want foods you have the 'Vs' across the road, for somewhere to stay you have the 'Old Bakery' and if you want a proper beer the 'Vs' is good, The 'Royal Oak' is very good but the 'Old Bakery' is fantastic for Ales and Whiskey.
trains2064 - 6 Mar 2008 16:35
If there's no room in the Old Bakery and you are scared of crossing the road - this is the place for you! Decent beer in clean, uninspired surroundings.
londinieres - 14 Sep 2006 20:34
Given the competition (Vs across the road, Old Bakery next door but one) its not abad place for a hotel bar. Going with the tradition of good English hotels and bars, non of the staff are English, but the hand-pulled ales are nicely kept. Think old Percy who used to run the cellar has now gone to the beer-cellar in the sky.
Scarey_biscuits - 22 Aug 2005 12:48

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