The New Inn and Old House, Salisbury a characterful grade II* listed building with original details dating back to the 12th century, has reopened after a stunning refurbishment. Its new look consists of beautiful new floors throughout, as well as the refurbishment of an original archway and spectacular glass doors which lead onto the garden where you can see the fantastic view of historic Salisbury Cathedral.
Area Manager Nick Sellick comments “The New Inn looks great; it honours the original features while giving it an all-round fresher feel, we hope the guests love it as much as we do.”
Rachel Cox, the landlady at The New Inn celebrated the reopening with a party for friends and regulars who were greeted with canapés and fizz to toast the new look. The New Inn has also launched a new menu to coincide with the opening; the updated menu offers great pub classics with the occasional twist.
The pub also has a new top of the range coffee machine and now offers guests delicious barista quality coffee. Rachel tells us, “The reopening was a lovely evening, the pub was extremely busy and there was a really good atmosphere, lots of friends and all our valued regulars attended. I’m delighted with the work that has been done and look forward to welcoming guests both new and old.”