The Cock Inn
Twycross Road, Sibson, Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV13 6LB
|Contact Us||Tel. 01827 880357|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Sibson, Nuneaton.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||10237.|
The Cock Inn is ideally situated in a motorway box, within easy reach of the M1, M69, M40, M42 & M6. The N.E.C & B'ham & East Midlands Airports are all within 25 mins drive. The Cock Inn is north of Nuneaton on A444 & 6 miles from J11 of M42.
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Friday 11am - 3pm & 6pm - 11pm.|
Saturday 11am - 11pm.
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
STAY WITH US
We can cater for private parties.
DINING AT OUR PUB
Food is served from A la Carte, Table de Hote & Bar meals menus. Sunday Roast.
|MEAL TIMES||Monday - Friday 11am - 2.30pm & 6pm - 9pm.|
Saturday & Sunday 11am - 9pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Beer Garden, Car Parking.|
|OTHER||Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Cock Inn is one of the oldest inns in England, built in about 1250 AD. It witnessed the preparation and aftermath of the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485 AD. The death of Richard III and the start of the Tudor reign. In 1735 The notorious highway man Dick Turpin would return here after working the Watling Street, taking refuge in the bar chimney and stabling the horse in the cellar when pursuit was close at hand. The lawn at the rear was the site of the cockpit as recently as 1870. Owned by the church with a six day license, it was sold in 1935 and a seven day license was granted in 1954. Existing stabling was in 1960 converted into the stable grill dining room, and is now available for lunch and evening a la carte meals, small functions and wedding receptions. The rear of the Cock Inn has a fine, country style courtyard with tables, which is enhanced by a beautiful display of roses, shrubs, herbs and hanging baskets during the summer. It is also a certified location with the caravan club and is equipped with electric power points.