The New Inn
400 years of rustic charm
Tucked amongst the rambling hedgerows of England’s fabled cider country, The New Inn has matured into something of a destination pub, jealously shared with pathfinders by its chocolate-box village of Roborough.
Specialising in delightfully honest food, washed down with local craft beers & ciders, we prefer the unhurried quality of surrounding farms and independent producers to do the talking.
With a real ale accredited by CAMRA, The New Inn was also crowned CAMRA ‘North Devon Cider Pub of the Year’ twice in a row, and prides itself on championing uncompromised flavours of the region.
Kitchen Service: 12-2pm & 5-9pm Tue-Sat | Sun Roast 12-3pm | Mon closed
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The New Inn was recently refurbished to upgrade our kitchen, bar and heating, together with improvements to the menu and beverage selection.
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Destination North Devon
Our part of Devon offers experiences galore.
Consider coastal walks, golf, cycling or even surfing! Get out there and soak it all up, then return for a drink and hearty meal with us at The New Inn, Roborough.
NORTH DEVON BEACHES
Our nearby beaches are some of the biggest, most untouched and beautiful in England. Visit Riverside. Woolacombe, Saunton Sands and Croyde beaches for stunning views and invigorating walks!
Clinging to 400 foot cliffs, Clovelly has only donkeys and sledges for traffic on its steeply cobbled street. A stunning fishing village steeped in maritime history, visiting Clovelly is a special experience.
THE TARKA TRAIL
Inspired by the route travelled by Tarka the Otter, this 180 mile route traverses unspoiled countryside, dramatic sea cliffs and beautiful beaches, including the longest, off-road cycle path in the UK!
VALLEY OF ROCKS
A dramatic U-shaped dry valley close to Lynton that runs parallel to the sea. It is well known for its feral goats roaming freely & often hair-raisingly on the jagged cliff edges.