The New Inn and Old House Restaurant is one Salisbury’s oldest buildings, dating back to the early 16th Century with an attractive Tudor façade. The pub is famous for having a stunning and spacious garden with wonderful views of Salisbury Cathedral spire, which is a short walk away.
The bar is adjacent to the main entrance of the pub and this area has a mixture of slab/tiled and wooden floor with a mix of traditional seating, benches, and Chesterfield sofas, with two wood burning stoves. Through to the rear of the pub, served by a second bar with attractive raised bench seating, is a games room with wooden clad walls. There is also a main dining area with access through French doors to the garden, and a further dining area perfect for larger groups.
All areas of the pub have great character, with numerous fireplaces, eclectic furniture and cosy nooks and crannies. The pub is served well with two sets of toilets, and a large well-equipped kitchen and cellar ideally located on the ground floor.