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72% would recommend it to a friend
We was blown away with the fabulous room and the shower, the history of the new inn and the mixture of the pub and the club together was brilliant, very friendly atmosphere, the only drawback as I'm sure plenty of other people may have commented on is that you can't park there , buts a small price to pay for such a lovely hotel
Decor is dated and a bit tatty
Town centre stay
We stayed overnight and found the accommodation suited this requirement.
Food was excellent and good value for money, breakfast was a help yourself buffet so could have as much as you wanted. For anyone needing a central stopover who doesn't mind a bit of late night noise then this is ideal. Parking is not easy with being a good 10 minute walk away and paying £3.50 just to park overnight is a bit steep. Accommodation itself was good as long as you remember this is a very old building. Overall we were happy but not likely to stay again as we like to stay in quieter locations but for a last minute booking this was a good choice and would recommend for an overnight stay in Gloucester.
Excellent facilities. Problematic if disabled due to distance from car park. Not troubled by music.
lovely friendly place
Had a lovely stay,lots of character to the building, friendly staff,would recommend to people, and would stay again
Romantic exterior, modern interior.
After arriving at this wonderfully preserved and atmospheric mediaeval coaching inn, it is slightly disappointing to then find the bedroom is modern (and slightly shabby).
The rooms of my daughter and I stayed in were lovely however, neither one of us slept well, the mattresses were hard and lumpy.
This will not be a place i will be staying again unless there are more comfortable mattresses installed.
Nice place central Gloucester
Oldest hotel in the city, feels a bit rickety, but is very pleasant.
New Inn Hotel
Stunning city-centre galleried inn
The room was simply decorated in a slightly old-fashioned style, but that wasn’t really the point – the real draw was to be able to stay for a reasonable price at an inn with such a history.
The galleried courtyard was stunning. I can imagine it gets noisy at weekends and warmer times of the year, but I was staying on a Monday night in February and although there were a few people in the pub, the courtyard was completely empty. Ate a good risotto in the quiet restaurant, was dining alone but made to feel at home by the staff, which I really appreciated. Breakfast was included in the price and was buffet style, with the food kept warm(ish) on hotplates. All in all, although my room was modest, the experience of staying in a galleried inn made it very memorable.