Welcome to The New Inn at “ Westwood The New Inn is one of the best gastro-pubs in the area offering great food, good wine and well kept beers David Philpott and Family are the proud owners of The New Inn and, with many years catering experience between them, they both share a passion for offering what their regulars and visitors want “ delicious, unpretentious food and wine, at sensible prices, within a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. They do it very well. What more, The New Inn is one of Wiltshire’s prettiest pubs, in one of Wiltshire’s prettiest spots – “ the charming village of Westwood, just a few minutes drive from historic Bradford-on-Avon and only 20 minutes from the World Heritage city of Bath. About The New Inn – The New Inn is about great food, friendly service, good wine and well kept beer and good fun. – We serve fresh food in our beamed restaurant; all cooked to order. Furnished with antique pine tables and modern place settings the restaurant has a comfortably relaxed atmosphere. At night, flickering candles in the stone inglenook fireplaces, add to the ambience. Garden – There is a large, sunny garden is at the rear of the pub where food and drink can be enjoyed. . – . Dishes range in price from £5 to £19 . Here’s a selection to get the juices flowing. Westwood and Around Westwood itself is an interesting place. Following the London Blitz Westwood Quarry was converted into an immensely secure art depositary for priceless artefacts including the crown jewels; in fact Queen Mary came to visit the quarry in 1943. There is also a beautiful church, St Mary the Virgin. The National Trust property of Westwood Manor is just minutes walk away whilst other nearby attractions include the marvellous Peto Garden at Iford Manor, shopping and sightseeing amongst the lanes and the terraces of Bradford-on-Avon and superb country walks taking in the River Avon, River Frome and the Kennet and Avon Canal. The plentiful historic and retail attractions of Bath are only 20 minutes drive away, whilst further a field are numerous National Trust properties, including Stourhead and Dyrham Park and natural wonders such as Stonehenge, the Forest of Dean and the caves at Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole.