The New Inn is a superlative choice if you’re looking for accommodation in Gloucester’s city centre, but it’s also a top spot for traditional British cuisine. This handsome hotel, pub and restaurant is housed in a building dating back to the fifteenth century. Walk through to the medieval courtyard and, suffused in history, dine in an exquisite, sensitively restored environment that features four bars, a restaurant and cafe. The Pilgrim’s Restaurant carries on the traditions started by the ancient Berni Inns, serving some of the best British steakhouse fare you can imagine, while The Old Tap & Barrel Bar is a real ale fan’s paradise. Grey’s Coffee House has seen royalty sipping tea, but even the little ones can take the throne with a kids’ menu and a dessert menu – for the big kids too! Find this homage to Britain’s culinary history along Northgate Street.
Great food and drink which arrived promptly. Lovely relaxed atmosphere. Very good value for money too. The only downside was the less than enthusiastic waitress.