The Radnor Arms is a family run pub in the beautiful National Trust village of Coleshill.The pub was originally a blacksmiths, and was converted to a pub in 1949. Many of the Old Smithy tools remain as features along with a fantastic fireplace and horseshoes adorning the walls. The pub is open all day from noon and wholesome food, home-cooked by our chef Andrew Routledge, is served lunch 12pm-2pm,Â evening 6pm-9pm and Sundays 12pm-3pm. AÂ wide range of wines is available as well as cask conditioned ales, either gravity fed or via beer engine, and as of July 2010 we are introducing a new, on site, micro-brewery called “The Old Forge Brewery”. The Radnor Arms is complimented by a large garden, with a play area for children and parking. Fantastic views over Coleshill Park can be enjoyed on sunny afternoons from a small raised green opposite the entrances to the bars. The Radnor Arms comprises of three bar areas; The Smithy Bar; a light and spacious bar with an impressive fireplace and dart board, The lounge bar; a cosy room with a toasty log burner and The Snug; with a cushioned bench around three walls with further room for dining. As well as The Radnor Arms, the unspoilt village of Coleshill has lots to offer visitors. Superb walks through through the countryside, Coleshill Food Festival & Open Day (11 September), The Auxiliary Celebration Event (4 July), Coleshill Organics, The Village Shop and much more. Come and visit us at the Radnor Arms and spend a lazy afternoon in Coleshill taking in the history, beauty and friendliness we have to offer.