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.

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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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The Ostrich Inn can be found in the middle of Newland, a beautiful village which lies on the western edge of the Forest of Dean and adjoins the Wye Valley.

With its outstanding natural beauty and wealth of historical associations, the area remains a popular location for visitors and the Ostrich Inn provides the ideal centre from which to venture out.
A selection of hand painted ostrich eggs at The Ostrich Inn - a free house renowned for excellent food with one of the best restaurants in the area

To help the visitor to our area, the following links may prove useful:-

Local Accommodation in Newland:-

Click Here to find information on The Coach House, Newland self catering accommodation Click Here to find information on 1 The Almshouses, Newland self catering accommodation Click Here to find information on Cowshed Cottage, Newland self catering accommodation
Click Here to find information on Tan House Farm, Newland self catering accommodation Click Here to find information on Rookery Cottage, Newlan self catering accommodation Click Here to find information on Brookside B&B, Newland accommodation
Click Here to find information on Little Millend, Newland self catering accommodation Click Here to find information on Cherry Orchard Farm B&B, Newland accommodation Click Here to find information on The Rock B&B, Hillersland accommodation

Local Visitor Attractions:-

Click here to visit the Forest of Dean website Click Here to visit the Enjoy England Website - a resource for anyone wishing to visit the beautiful Forest of Dean region Click Here to visit the South West Tourism Website Click Here to visit the Welsh Tourist Authority Website Click Here to visit the Wye Valley and Vale of Usk Tourist Website
Click Here to visit the Newland Tourist Information Click here to visit the Monmouth website Click Here to Discover the Best Of The Wye Valley and the Forest Of Dean - Exploring The Borders of England and Wales Click Here to visit the Monmouthshire Website Click here to visit the Royal Forest of Dean Community website
Click here to visit the Dean Heritage Museum of the Forest Website Click Here to visit the Wye Valley Tourist Website Click Here to visit the Dean Forest Railway Website Click Here to visit the Clearwell Caves - The Royal Forest of Dean Iron Mining Museum Click here to visit the Forest of Dean Model Village Website
Click Here to visit the Abbey Mill Wye Valley Centre Website Click Here to visit the Taurus Crafts, Lydney website Click Here to visit the Three Choirs Vineyard, Newent website Click Here to visit the website for Puzzlewood with a mile of meandering pathways and fantastic tree and rock formations set in 14 acres of ancient woodland Click Here to visit the National Birds Of Prey Centre in Newent
Click Here to visit the Two Rivers Festival Website Click Here to visit the Chepstow Races Website Click Here to visit the Monmouth Festival Website Click Here to visit the National Diving and Activity Centre in Chepstow Click Here to visit the Chepstow Festival Website
Click Here to visit the Tintern Parva Farm Vineyard website Click Here to visit the Art Forest Website Click Here to visit the Dick Whittington Farm Park website Click Here to visit the Forest of Dean Art on the Web Click Here to visit the Monnow Valley Vineyard website

Local Activities and Useful Links:-

For traditional folk entertainment, go and watch
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Isca Morris Dancers Click here to visit the website of Isca Morrismen

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