The New Inn, Eype - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30459) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|Nice enough pub which was not very busy just after midday today. Like most others, we sat in the terraced garden with its outlook to Thorncombe Beacon. Perhaps not the cheapest place around with a decent pint of Palmers Colmer's costing £3.90. Service was friendly enough but the chap serving didn't seem to have much experience behind a bar. Car park attendant at the beach had said it was very busy for food last night.|
paul_d102 - 24 Jul 2016 16:28
|Went for a couple of beers from the nearby beautiful campsite but was really disappointment. Very unfriendly pub atmosphere and bar staff. Palmers ale is on offer and was served ok. Sat in the pleasant garden for.my first pint as locals wouldn't get out of our way at the bar. Wished I hadn't bothered with a second. Just can't believe pubs like this survive. |
Stubbers - 1 Jun 2016 22:56
|Unwelcoming - i was informed kitchen was closed by the lady behind the bar when myself and party only enquired if a snack was available following a long walk on a glorious sunny early afternoon..It id really not that difficult to be help full particularly in these times.. Sadly, it spoilt our afternoon however, we did enjoy our dining experience near by. Will not return.|
Thatchers101 - 12 May 2014 19:01
|Called in for lunch. The Copper Ale wasn't up to much on the day I visited. Lunch was pretty good. The beer garden was pretty squalid and unloved. This should be a great little pub but isn't. The owners need to get their act together. Disappointing.|
steamraiser2 - 1 Jul 2013 16:31
|Deeply unpleasant pint of Palmers copper ale from the end of a barrel. Replaced with fresh pint, but still not great. |
The food was not great, it was featured in a TV program with Hugh Fernley Whittingstall as the venue for the pudding club, so the tourists come regardless.
The food was not great, we tried the pudding based on reputation and that was not great either.
Dirty and unkempt.
I would not go back.
brucedenney - 3 Sep 2012 09:50
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