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The New Inn, Waterley Bottom - pub details

Address: Waterley Bottom, North Nibley, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 6EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25380) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Cam & Dursley (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Lovely little pub, but hard to find ! Always a good supply of beers and ciders and as others have said the food is very good. The public bar at the front left is where the locals go, and there are always people in there. The other main bar is really for eating. Have had very good Sunday lunch there. Food choice in summer is beater since I guess Les gets more visitors, where winter is locals. All in all very worth the effort to find!
Goldjack - 30 Nov 2010 17:44
The host Les is always really welcoming, the food is always outstanding, fresh local and filling, the atmosphere is great and the wood burner makes for a cosey retreat from the damp and windy outdoors through the wintery months and in the summer what a glorious setting, with sun going down after a balmy sunday what more could you ask...oh yes the beers and ciders, there are always a good few guest ales and ciders for you to try, and the regulars for us stalwarts Old Rosey is one of mine and ofcourse the good old perry if I'm really thirsty
Barberrella - 27 Feb 2010 17:53
Spent half an hour looking for the pub, arrived at 1355 (I really do mean 1355, not 1405) to be told the kitchen was closed. No greeting, no apology, no pleasantries, just a shrug of the shoulders, a grunt, and a "if you're after food, the kitchen's closed". They were quite busy, two more groups had followed us in, and at least one of them was also looking for food. There were four people milling around behind the bar, not doing an awful lot. I would have even been happy with something cold. Their loss, I won't bother again.
topcat28 - 10 Aug 2009 23:17
i revisited the new inn on bank holiday monday after reading the hype about the may fair, only to find it had been cancelled with out notice . i was extremely dissappointed considering i only went to buy some samosa,s and onion bajes that had been advertised on the flyer. the landlord offered no explanation for the cancellation just shrugged his shoulders ! luckily matt and warren were there which was very entertaining to say the least there ACE the best but that John Owen bloke was there which put a dampener on things, but Matt and Warren more than made up for it there GREAT!!!!
martaw - 29 May 2009 18:24
Fantastic pub, Fantastic location, great range of beers and ciders, the food is homemade, locally sourced and tasty. The landlord is a nice guy, who want to run his pub his way, in this over customer service orientated world that may not go down well with everyone. At the end of the day the food is good and the beers well kept, if the landlord is a bit of character, well thats what makes a proper country pub different to your Pub Co Pub.
melons3 - 10 May 2009 21:36

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