Not a Gastro Pub, not a tarted up, brewery owned, excuse for a pub, a REAL HONEST TO GOODNESS ENGLISH PUB.
Set in a tiny square of this quintessential black and white village, opposite the ancient covered market building with its weekly market (whose charter was granted in 1239!!!!), is The New Inn (now several hundred years old).
One enters via a tiny bar a buzz with locals,or via the snug with its huge fireplace.
Smart it is not, but full of atmosphere serving excellent local beers & ciders, a small wine list and beautifully cooked simple food of generous portions.
The loos are basic, the carpets worn, however The New Inn has to be one of the last of a dying breed of great English pubs.
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