The Old New Inn

17th August, 2015 | Article By Lesley Tan

While I was in Surrey recently my sister and brother in law treated me to a meal in a lovely Olde Worlde pub in Send, Surrey. The New Inn is beautifully situated on the banks of the Wey Navigation Canal.

There was seating both inside and outside with great views of the canal and canal boats moored nearby. It seemed that many of the occupants of the boats were actually having a lovely evening drink and a meal there, with no worries of having to drive home. There is free parking for those who do drive there.

We chose to sit inside and were served politely and promptly. The homemade food was delicious and the drinks cold. They serve a good selection of Real Ales, wines and other drinks and the menu is very tempting. The portions were large and inexpensive.

We were seated in the ‘new’ end of this 18th Century Public House but it was carefully done out to blend in with the older parts. Evidence of log fires for the winter could be seen.

This lovely old pub seems to attract dog-walkers, joggers and fishermen as well as people from the canal boats and as far afield as the USA!

I was advised to take my trusty phone for a walk around the outside and in the Beer Garden while waiting for our meals to arrive, so took some great photos.

My sister and family have returned many times. Well worth a visit.

By Lesley Tan

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