Nanny Ida’s will be open for take-away service from 10-3 each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We are also planning to offer a Sunday roast.
(also see – New Inn’s – latest menu updates below)
Bringing a taste of West Country to Wedmore
A food gem in the heart of Somerset offering a fabulous array of local Artisan Cheese, Charcuterie and Deli goods and hampers
Fully licensed Café and Garden serving delicious home-made Food including canapés, buffets, catering for dinner parties and weddings
Wedding Cheese Cake specialist
Mon – Sat 8.30am – 5pm
Indian Restaurant and Takeaway (starts 28 April)
(double check with owner by calling during Take Away Hours)
Phone Number: 01934 707080
The New Inn
Serving fine ales since 1850ish
as at 27 April
We are pleased to now share our take away menu, which will also be displayed on the entrance of the car park, please respect our social distancing guidelines.
We are offering a takeaway service only for collection, orders will only be accepted by telephone, or messenger/Facebook, please do not turn up at the pub to order, pre-bookings welcomed from noon, we can accept payment over the phone as well as using the card machine when collecting, or cash,
There is no entry to the pub but signs displayed will take you to our garden side door where the collection point is, please bear with us at busy periods as it’s just the two of us.
As well as the takeaway menu, we will also be offering bottled beer and cider to go as well;
650ml bottle lagers are Heineken, Tiger, Peroni and Desperado all @ £4.
500ml bottles of Thatcher’s gold and haze @ £3:50
Old jollop cider @ £3:50
Various bottles of ales available from £3.
Bottles of wine @ £10
Various soft drinks;
500ml Coke – £1:25
500ml Diet Coke – £1:20
J2o’s – £2
Also as an added bonus;
2l semi-skimmed milk – £1:50
Loaf of bread – £1:20
All to be pre-ordered by phone or messenger first , please don’t just turn up and expect serving, we have to respect social distancing guys .
The New Inn was originally part of a row of cottages in Combe Batch and is thought to have been opened sometime in the late 1840s by the Parker family. It was ‘new’ compared to the other two drinking establishments in the village, and hence the name. The pub didn’t appear as a beerhouse in the census of 1841, but by 1851 Ann Parker was recorded as being the keeper of an ‘Ale and Beerhouse’. She was still running it in 1891 with her son George (44) and one servant, and by 1901 George Parker had taken over.
Phone Number: 01934 712099
Address: The New Inn
1 Coombe Batch