With a mixture of furnishings from settles to redundant pews, the ambience is that of a time gone by, a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but with the quality and standard you would come to expect.
The bar offers a wide range of real ales as well as a fine selection of wines and spirits and cider
The Inn offers excellent food throughout the day. Now a totally non-smoking establishment.
The majority of the dishes are homemade using fresh seasonal produce from local suppliers.
Bar Snacks, Bookings Taken, Cooked to Order, Homemade Desserts, Homemade Fare, Hot Drinks Available at the Bar, Local Produce, Lunchtime Menu, Organic Produce, Real Ale, Smaller Portions Available, Special Diet. Req'ments Catered For, Specials Board, Traditional British Dishes
Accommodation, Biker Friendly, Coaches Welcome, Newspapers, Magazines, etc, Off-Street Parking, On A Popular Walk Route, Real Fire, Separate Dining Area, Theme Nights
For the Family
Children Welcome, Dog Water Bowl
Ambient Background Music, Board Games & Dominoes, Darts
The food is very tasty and the presentation is nice. the staff are very friendly and obliging. always a good visit
Reviewed 25-Apr-2007 by Pete Newman (1)
Value for Money:
Whilst on holiday in Ross-on-wye we had a trip out to the New Inn and had a fabulous evening. The food is a great, really lovely home cooking with a twist at a reasonable price. The pub istself is a very old coaching house and has a great atmosphere. There is a fabulous garden with loads of tables which will be a must when we visit again later in the summer. We just wish that our local was a patch on the New Inn!
Reviewed 22-Apr-2007 by StephenLomax (1)
Value for Money:
Came for Sunday lunch as this was simply excellent and would recommend to anyone. Due to try the other menu in a few weeks with friends and will post a further review then.