Welcome to the The New Inn

There are many exceptional reasons to stay at New Inn, from the friendly staff, home baking and Bea’s amazing scones.

The bedrooms are cosy and very comfortable, some with fascinating views over the village, harbour and Bristol Channel.

You start to feel the stress leaving you by stepping back in time walking into the heart of this ancient village. The New Inn and the village is only accessible by walking down the steep cobbled street that winds down the centre of the village, carved out of a cleft in the cliff centuries earlier.

If you were to observe photographs of the New Inn from the 1890s, you would notice the reception sign was on the left side as you walk down the street. When, in 1910, Christine Hamlyn decided to renovate she moved the reception, restaurant and bar to the right side of the cobbled street and the Arts and Crafts style was adopted.

This all goes a long way to making a visit to the New Inn interesting and very special.

The New Inn can provide a porter to take your luggage down from the Visitor Centre car park if you phone to book a time in advance of your arrival date.