Reputed to be one of Shakespeare’s drinking haunts, The Broom Tavern is a timber-framed, 16th-century pub in a pretty village. This venerable inn has great charm and character, with log fires in winter and three sunny beer gardens for alfresco drinking in the summer. Chef patron Fritz Ronneburg showcases the best local produce and offers locally-brewed ales including Purity Mad Goose. Everything is made on the premises and a typical meal might include 'CBLT' – griddled cod and crab, baby gem, roasted tomatoes and crab mayonnaise followed by Gressingham duck three ways – breast, croquette and parfait, dauphinoise potatoes and blackberry jus.
Open all year
Open all week
Opening times: 12–3 5–11 (Friday to Sunday all day)
Lunch: Monday to Saturday 12–2.30, Sunday 12–4
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6–9.30
Food and drink
Set menu available
Credit cards accepted
Coach parties welcome, notice required
Ramp access available
Allowed in bar
Allowed in garden
From A46 onto B439 towards Bidford-on-Avon. Left into Victoria Road to Broom. In Broom left into High Street. Pub on right.