The Horse & Jockey
The Horse & Jockey,
Tel: 01827 715 236
Public house, restaurant, caravan and camping site set in the Warwickshire countryside close to the A5. In 1824 the pub was known as “The Hanging Gate” probably in reference to the toll gate on the Bentley Road. In 1952 Sir William Dugdale rode his horse Cloncarrig in the Grand National prompting the name change to The Horse and Jockey.
The Horse & Jockey offers a full and varied menu of classic home cooked pub meals, snacks and Sunday lunches prepared freshly in its extensively equipped catering kitchen employing the finest, locally sourced produce wherever available. All served in the very pleasant surroundings of two tastefully furnished and appointed interconnecting dining areas where you can relax in comfort.
The Horse and Jockey also has an 18 pitch camping and caravan site with electric hook up available. There is also a hard standing area should this be required.