The Tavern - Broom



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Opening status: Soft/partially open
Our COVID-19 measures:
We have only opened our outdoor areas at present. All tables remain at 2m apart, we operate a central drop off and collection point to each garden meaning the customers and staff do not get closer than 2m. Disposable gloves are worn correctly. A one in-one out policy is in place for the toilets with wipes available and 15m toilet checks. A table service app is in operation which means people can pay via this app. Signage is up at the arrival point and extra disposable information is placed safely on the table before their arrival. All condiments are disposable.


One of Shakespeare's drinking haunts, this historic 16th Century tavern is at the heart of the beautiful village of Broom. The thoughtful and inventive local, seasonal menu is created entirely from scratch, every single day. We offer a warm welcome to exceptional food. A cosy, traditional bar serving real ales, craft beer and fine wines with a roaring open fire in the winter and sunny, spacious beer gardens in the summer.

The Tavern - Broom
32 High Street, Broom, WARWICKSHIRE, B50 4HL
Phone : 01789 778199

About the area

Discover Warwickshire

The sparkle of sunlight on a gentle river as it meanders through beautiful countryside; the reflections of sailing boats on a lake; relaxing with a pint in the garden of an old English pub in a picturesque village; brightly coloured narrow boats making their way through a flight of lock gates; the imposing silhouette of an historic castle. These are the scenes that make Warwickshire a delight. 

There may be few seriously high hills in this fertile plain, but it is an area full of attractive walking in rolling countryside, blessed with a fascinating history and wonderful places and buildings to visit. This is Shakespeare’s county, and the footprint of the famous Bard appears almost everywhere. He was born and brought up around the beautiful Warwickshire town of Stratford-upon-Avon, and many of his plays draw upon his own experiences in the area.

Warwickshire has a history that embraces the Civil War, castles and large country houses are scattered over the county. Warwick Castle is the home of the Earl of Warwick, Kenilworth Castle was a stronghold for lords and kings of England in the 11th and 12th centuries, and so the list goes on.

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