Welcome to the Ostrich Inn at Newland - Tel: 01594 833260 - a lovely scenic old pub situated in Newland, a free house renowned for its excellent food with one of the best restaurants in the area, catering for a wide variety of tastes, including vegetarians.

Welcome to The Ostrich Inn - a free house renowned for excellent food with one of the best restaurants in the area which caters for a wide variety of tastes including vegetarians.

The Ostrich Inn prides itself on offering the best of local food in a warm welcoming atmosphere with the quality of the food and the menu range earning good revues from the food critics and a listing in all the leading Pub guides.

British pubs, central to British life, play a pivotal role in local communities and the Ostrich Inn is no exception, acting as a unique social centre and the focus of community life for the village.

The exact details of the inn have been lost down the ages but the thirteenth century building was originally constructed to house the workers who built the church opposite.

Pub Taste of Success for Kathryn - A Profile of Mine Host

We present a snapshot of one of our recent evenings when the locals let their hair down and the feathers flew . . .

The Ostrich Inn presents a gallimaufry of random photographs taken over the festive season and intended to give a unique view of our seasonal celebrations.

The Ostrich Inn delights in celebrating the diversity of country life with a wide range of events held over the course of any year.

To help the visitor to our area, The Ostrich Inn presents a selection of our favourite links.


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We present a snapshot of one of our recent evenings at The Ostrich Inn when the locals let their hair down and the feathers flew

The Ostrich Inn hosts a regular series of village events

Coming very shortly will be yet another series of snapshots of our recent evenings when the locals let their hair down and the feathers flew . . . so watch this space!

Wassail
Our wassail is very well known locally and we have even re-enacted it for the BBC as a part of their program 'Oz and Hugh Drink To Christmas' with Oz Clarke and Hugh Dennis which was first broadcast on 20th, 25th and 30th December 2009.

As well as scenes inside the Ostrich, the Isca Morrismen were also filmed dancing outside and at the end of the program Oz Clarke declared the Wassail Cider the most traditional Christmas drink in the UK and the Ostrich Inn itself a 'little gem'.

Our next Wassail will be on the evening of Saturday 7th January 2012 so come and experience it for yourself.

Some pictures taken during a very enjoyable broadcast wassail for the BBC with Oz Clarke and Hugh Dennis:-

Oz and Hugh with Mine Host . . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony . . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony
Oz and Hugh with Mine Host . . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony . . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony
. . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony . . . and now to fill up our traditional eight lipped carved wassail bowl ready for the ceremony

Halloween

. . . and in to the chamber of horrors they stepped as the doors were opened . . .

Dancing with Wild Oats

Mine Host, Kathryn, dancing with the Wild Oats group




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