William Webb Ellis


The William Webb Ellis is a popular venue in the centre of the historical market town of Rugby, Warwickshire and takes its name from the clergyman who is famous for allegedly being the inventor of Rugby football whilst a pupil at Rugby School.

The atmosphere tends to be relaxed apart from a weekend when there is sport on the big screen TV or live music.  There is a decent selection of real ales and bar food is served on a lunch time and evenings.

Car parking spaces are limited but there is a large supermarket car park just a 1 minute walk behind the pub that offers cheap parking.

Quick Overview

Pub Name:
William Webb Ellis
Address: 22 Warwick St, Rugby CV21 3D Landlord:
Tel: 01788 578692 Web Site: No Car Park: Yes, though it’s small
Free House/Real Ale: No/Yes CAMRA Listed:
Beer Garden:
Family Friendly: Yes Children’s Area: No Dogs Allowed: No
Serves Food: Yes Separate Eating Area: Yes Prices: Reasonable
Interior Decor:
Live Entertainment:
Yes, on Saturdays
Other Amenities:
Big screen Sky


William Webb Ellis Pub in Rugby

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