All about pubs on the Isle of Wight

newport Pubs

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Castle Inn
Crispin
George Inn
Hogshead
Hong Kong Express
Man in the Moon
Medina Quay
MedinaRailway Tavern
Newport Ale House
Olivio
Prince of Wales
Princess Royal
Robin Hood
St Georges Park
Stag
Valentine Gray
Wheatsheaf Hotel
William Coppin
Wrens Nest
Yates

Castle Inn


Address:


91 High Street
Newport
PO30 1BQ

Telephone:


(01983) 522528

Web:


www.thecastleiow.co.uk

Opening Times:


11-11 (midnight Fri;Sat); 12-10.30 Sun

Directions:


Top of the High Street

Beers:


Timothy Taylors Landlord, London Pride plus guests

Description:

17th century stone built single bar pub abounding in flagstones and beams and full of character.  The two guests normally include one from the island. It was reputedly the last pub in England with cock fighting and was authorised at one time to conduct marriages.   The area of Castlehold in which it stands refers to nearby Carisbrooke Castle and was once the home for every thief; rogue and beggar in Newport. Two big public car parks within 100 metres; families welcome with food served all day.

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