Popular largely 17th-c coaching inn with two comfortably carpeted bar rooms leading to restaurant, good choice of enjoyable generously served food, friendly staff, well kept Timothy Taylors Landlord and a couple of guests, Weston's cider and decent wines by the glass, log fire; children and dogs welcome, garden with play area
Worth A Visit
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What They Say
Dating from around 1650, the New Inn @ Mayshill has been providing hospitality to weary travellers for over 350 years.
Over the last seven years the New Inn has become renowned for it's selection of malt whisky and dedication to and variety of cask conditioned ales. Otter Brewery provides the 'house' beer with others from far and wide.
A CAMRA Good Beer Guide regular it was also CAMRA Bristol & District Branch 'Pub of the Year' in 2009.
Keeping it 'real' a wide selection of hearty, largely home cooked meals are served seven days a week with local produce being used wherever possible. In season some of the salad, fruit and vegetables used come from the pubs own garden.
In summer enclosed patios and beer garden provide a welcoming haven to enjoy the sun.
In winter the wood burning stove in the fireside lounge provides a warm and cheery welcome.