Housed in the stunning Grade II listed Victorian mansion that is The Brownsover Hall Hotel, The Sir Frank Whittle Bar is the perfect place in which to enjoy a relaxing drink and a casual bite to eat.
Surrounded by seven acres of stunning woodland and beautifully manicured gardens, the Brownsover Hall Hotel is a glorious Gothic mansion hotel and highly popular wedding venue thanks to its beauty. Located just outside of the town of Rugby, the hotel is also a prime location for dining, whether it is in the upscale Wineglass Restaurant or in the more casual surroundings of the Sir Frank Whittle Bar.
Named after the inventor of the turbojet engine, Sir Frank Whittle, the bar is a smart and stylish space in which to drink and dine. Serving a menu of light meals and bar snacks from 10am until 10pm every day of the week, the bar attracts a good mix of hotel guest and non-resident.
In keeping with the general high quality of the Brownsover Hotel, the menu dishes up some superb meals ranging from the classic burger with fries and salad to a delicious veal schnitzel with herb crumbs, watercress salad, chunky chips and a peppercorn sauce or a tantalising lamb rump Provençale with vegetables, new potatoes and rosemary jus.
A beautiful room, the Sir Frank Whittle Bar boasts gorgeous winged armchairs and bucket seats upholstered with tartan covers whilst antique coffee tables and a wood panelled bar reflect the style of the hotel perfectly.
Located just a short drive from Stratford upon Avon, the home of Shakespeare, and Warwick with its majestic castle and cathedral, the Sir Frank Whittle Bar at the Brownsover Hotel is a fine choice for a meal.