Welcome to the Blue Boar Inn

The Blue Boar Inn was built in the 1940's completed during the early part of the Second World War. It was built behind the old Blue Boar, a lot smaller establishment, which was then demolished. At the time, the road outside was the main A5, and the new Blue Boar became a very busy pub. 

After a series of landlords, the Blue Boar was bought by the Sperrin brothers Craig, Warren and Treeve in April 1997. The Churchill's restaurant was opened Christmas 1997 and boasts 100 seats. Bed and Breakfast accommodation was opened 2001. 

The Blue Boar Inn is located on the outskirts of Atherstone, within easy reach of the A5, M42 and M6. We offer high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation at competitive rates, suitable for business people and families alike. (Two large family rooms are available). All rooms are en suite, with tea/coffee making facilities and flat screen tv with freeview. Breakfast is included and is served in Monty's: the cosier of our two restaurants.

Blue Boar Inn Restaurant

Lord Nelson Inn Restaurant

Sister Pub & Micro Brewery

The sister pub, The Lord Nelson Inn, is an old historic building is thought to be dated back to the late 16th Century where it was originally built as a small thatched farmhouse. Due to the demands of passing traders from Birmingham to Coventry, the building became a Turnpike providing shelter and pasture for grazing horse. Bread was baked in a bake house which was situated where the Victory Restaurant now stands.

The Sperrin family came to the property in 1974. Extensive renovations and alterations were needed; with their perceptive eyes and a great deal of hard work, the establishment was soon made 'shipshape'. By 1982, the "Lord Nelson" had also become well known as an eating house. Today it is still run very much as a family business. January 11th 2012 the Sperrin family opened a Brewery at the Lord Nelson called Sperrin Brewery and their first real ale was named "Band of Brothers".

The Sperrin Brewery, which is the joint micro brewery, was founded in 2011 and now regularly brews great ales that are enjoyed by locals and passers-by, as well as picking up awards for Warwickshire beer of the year and finding their way to houses of parliament.