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I booked a brewery visit and overnight stay as a surprise for my husband’s Birthday and I’m really glad I did!
We had a great time at the brewery visit, it was both informative and funny! The food was fantastic - decent sized portions and...More
Today Paul and I are celebrating our 46th Wedding Anniversary. We decided to go to the New Inn for lunch as the food and beer is always spot on. Our Cockapoo Jasmine came with us as the pub is dog friendly. It was a very...More
We arrived 30th Dec and left 1st Jan. Wonderful and welcoming even our huge akita. They accommodated our needs not to leave our dog in the room and arrange breakfast in the bar area as dogs are not allowed in the restaurant which was fine...More
Well here I go I visited this place a good while ago and loved loved it so thought I would return for a couple of nights in Aug , so I emailed and asked the price I received an email stating £170 for three night...More
In depth brewery tour, great food, great beer and friendly welcoming staff. What more could you want all in one place. Propper Yorkshire pub. Great selection of drinks to suit anyones taste. Fairly easy to access. Will be back.More
Thank Nigel S
Response from Phil L, Owner at The New InnResponded 2 weeks ago
Hi Nigel S
Many thanks for your lovely review, we appreciate your time and are glad you enjoyed your visit to us.
As you have seen we love our food and beer so we take great delight in knowing you do to.
We hope to...More
Response from BlacCoffee | Reviewed this property |
When you walk out the front door of the inn turn left and there is a public footpath next to the drive. It''s lovely. Takes you down into rolling countryside. There are areas with livestock where your dog has to be on... More
When you walk out the front door of the inn turn left and there is a public footpath next to the drive. It''s lovely. Takes you down into rolling countryside. There are areas with livestock where your dog has to be on leas but also areas they can get off for a run
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"We had a room without a shower (my fault didn't ask). Ok, and clean, but it's an old fashioned inn so..."