Closed pub set to reopen

A DISUSED pub in Weston is set to be reopened once more after it was sold this week.

The New Inn, situated in Meadow Street, has been bought by Four County Inns Ltd.

The firm, which owns a number of pubs in the South West, is promising to turn it back into a popular traditional inn and is looking for a new tenant.

Edward Toomer, director of Four County Inns Ltd, said “The New Inn will become a local community pub for residents and tourists alike with an emphasis on real ales and ciders.

“We hope it will become a popular venue for real ale enthusiasts.”


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Bristol-based agents Christie and Co helped push through the sale and are now working on selling The New Castle in Kewstoke.

Employee Nicholas Calfe, said: “The sale of the New Inn to an established operator will be good for the town and, once the pub is reopened, I’m sure it will attract a good clientele looking for an enjoyable drink in a central location.

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“The New Castle is on the market and would be an excellent opportunity for a couple to run a lifestyle business in a fantastic location.”

The wine bar, situated at the end of the old toll road, is on the market for �350,000.

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