New Inn
North Nibley
SE of Stinchcombe
(01453) 543659.


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New Inn  

This free house pub is in the middle of nowhere at a dead end in the road. It's hard to find, but worth it. Follow the signs to Waterley Bottom and at the bottom of a long winding narrow road there will be signs for the pub itself. It's a two room pub with lots of ivy on the outside. The car park is to the rear. Stone built you can see this on the inside with real beams and a large real fireplace that warms on winter evenings. Plenty of wooden settles here in the lounge bar with wooden tables and some cushioned Windsor chairs. Carpet is a bit garish though! Patio doors lead out to a beer garden which is quiet in winter and busy in summer. Food is served from the bar and is wholesome if a little unadventurous - Plaice and chips ?5; Quiche ?4 - a vegetarian option is available. The public bar is full of old metal signs and has carpet and a dart board. Plenty of real ales here, on at the time were Cotleigh Tawny, Smiles Best Bitter, Theakstons Old Peculiar, Greene King Abbots, Berkeley Dick Pearce and WB (a house beer made by Berkeley). They also have 50 malt whiskies. Pub games available such as table skittles and trivia. Try to ring and arrive during opening hours. There is accommodation here from ?30 single ?45 double, though book early. Access is possible for the disabled. Recently taken over after an unsuccessful attempt to close it - so use it!



Can be difficult to find. 





b&b, beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, real fire, car park, vegetarian 


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up to 4 ales