Nevill Arms
12 Waterfall Way
(01858) 565288


Mon-Sat 12-2.30, 6-11, Sun 12-3; 7-10.30  




Nevill Arms  

If you want a great day out you could do worse than spend it at this pub and the local village. The Nevill Arms was built in 1863 to replace the previous burnt out remains. It still has the large studded oak door for an entrance and is not adorned with lots of neon or signage. This is a subtle village and the pub fits in. Seating outside is overlooking the village green and stream where ducks and pigeons (see dovecote) flap about to the children's amusement. The inside of the pub is somberly decorated with high ceilings and a narrow bar area. To the right of entrance is a small room with real fire for winter warmth. Seating here is dark round tables and chairs with dark carpet. To the right of entrance is the bar area with a large inglenook fireplace and copper flue. Seating here is around the walls with benches and tables/chairs. Toilets are to the right and up a couple of steps and so not easy for the disabled. Carrying along this corridor there is a large rear room available for hire with it own bar. You can also eat here and the room is generally used for overspill from the rest of the pub which is small by comparison. The beers on at the time were from Adnams, Cottage, Coniston and Enville. All were kept well and served without sparkler on asking. Food here is served until 2pm at lunchtimes and then in the evenings until 9pm. The choice is very imaginative with plenty for the vegetarians amongst you. Prices are a little high, but £6 for a good meal is not too high a price to pay for something other than traditional fayre. There is accommodation here and it is clean and decent at around £75 for a double. More recently the gents toilets have had the wallpaper changed to Winnie the pooh.








b&b, beer, food, beer garden, real fire, kids, real cider, vegetarian 


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