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The New Inn, Pembridge - pub details

New Inn

Address: Market Square, Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20958) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 10 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Red Lion, Pembridge (0.0 miles), White Swan, Eardisland (1.8 miles), Cross Inn, Eardisland (1.9 miles)

 

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Excellent ancient pub in Herefordshire's Black & White villages. Well kept beers, rotating guest beer which is always interesting. Rustic uneven benches at the back overlooking the old market place, and other benches underneath the old market house. Wonderful setting, strikingly beautiful building. Very friendly staff who helped us out to find accommodation. We came back several times when touring through Herefordshire. Excellent.
MarkVP - 30 Jun 2014 10:03
Spent my honeymoon here Sept. 1971, the landlord was a Major Deer, we had a cool reception on arrival but that soon changed and I think the reason may be the confetti that had been packed into our luggage which ended up everywhere when unpacking. I remember going down to the bar and asking for a Brown & mild and being told, [ We don't serve that here but if that's what I want I should ask for ?????} cant remember what it was, obviously too common for this Inn. ( classic ) The food was good but being young and uneducated probably didn't appreciate it, anything I left was questioned and an alternative was delivered to the table regardless if I had had enough, (we were being looked after.) The best part was the evenings, when we just wanted to sit on our own for a quiet drink we would be made to sit in the public bar with all the regulars, ( kind though I think) the only problem there was when we were tired and ready for bed it was to embarrassing to get up and leave, so most nights we sat up till closing time. I have since lost my wife after 38 yrs. of happy marriage, and am very tempted to pay another visit for old time sake, it would be nice to have the same room where you had to run up hill from the bed to the door. Fond memories.
Hewitt - 17 Jun 2014 15:20
Agree with previous posts about location and lovely ancient feeling. On the flip-side, customer service was not a strong point, nor the food. I was looking forward to an excellent herefordshire steak (rare) and my partner, pheasant. Neither delivered, the steak was tough and overcooked and the pheasant was dry, despite being covered in gravy. As service was an effort I would recommend that no one else makes the effort to enter this establishment. Fortunately, there are many other pubs offering excellent food and service with a smile in the area.
Pickwick - 14 Feb 2012 16:43
great little pub in lovly setting ,home cooked food and good beers
gary.taylor10 - 4 Apr 2011 18:09
The New Inn is a rare gem in a world of modern , trendy, expensive bars this lovely old inn stands out as being a real treasure . I go to visit every time i am in Herefordshire, for the Roast beef alone it should have a rating of ten! you could argue that the facilities are a little out dated but would we really like to see another witherspoons characterless pub in its place i hope not! these buildings must cost a fortune to maintain and i love to see the 14th centuary ruggedness show through!! we live in a world that has become too serious, clinical and critical, lets just take a step back and enjoy what we have that is special in this country and the New Inn should be included in that . beautiful building in a lovely village with great beer and lovely food the best place to spend a Sunday
jilly1 - 16 Aug 2010 11:15

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