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Newport Ale House


Address:


24A Holyrood Street
Newport
PO30 5AZ

Telephone:


(07515) 493460

Email:


debbie.ridett@outlook.com

Web:


www.newportalehouse.co.uk

Opening Times:


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

Beers:


Up to five real ales all on stillage

Description:

The building is a Grade 2 listed and has previously traded as a hairdresser, coffin storage for an undertaker, a Posting House and stables for a coaching inn. It is the Islandís newest and smallest pub, no bigger than a front room, recalling the days when there were several such establishments in Newport (though itís unlikely its predecessors sported flock wallpaper). This is a hugely popular pub with all generations, where conversation comes easy - it can get very crowded and noisy sometimes! - and no jukebox or TV, though there is live music Sunday afternoons. No meals, but snacks are high quality locally sourced pub pies, rolls and sandwiches. In its first year of trading, it came within a hairís breadth of topping the local Pub of the Year poll.

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