There are many exceptional reasons to stay at New Inn. That is apart from the friendly staff, home baking and Bea’s amazing scones.
The Inn has bedrooms that are very cosy and comfortable. Some of them have views of the sea over the roofs and others over the village.
You will start to feel any stress leaving you, stepping back in time. Just walking down the steep cobbled street to the New Inn in the heart of this ancient village.
If you were to observe photographs of the New Inn from the 1890s. You would see that it lay on the left hand side of the street. This is now home to the Hamlyn’s B&B. It has become very popular with visitors wishing to stay over whilst walking the South West Coastal Path.
In 1910, Christine Hamlyn decided to place the New Inn on the right-hand side of the street and the Arts and Crafts style of the fabled English designer, William Morris, was adopted.
The Inn can provide a porter to take your luggage down from the Visitor Centre car park up to 2.30pm. However you will need to call to book a time in advance of your arrival date.