Newport can boast some of the Island's most characterful pubs, some very old and some surprisingly new. The Castle Inn in the High Street is reputed to be the oldest in the town dating back to at least 1550 and exudes old-world charm with original flagstone floors, it was also the last pub in England to be licenced for cockfighting and has a reputation for being haunted. At the other end of the scale, the Wren's Nest and Ale House in Holyrood Street are both only a couple of years old but still full of character! From the Eight Bells and The Waverley in Carisbrooke to the Willam Coppin and Princess Beatrice on the other side of Newport, from the quayside and town squares to the countryside and town lanes, you will never be far away from a warm welcome in a proper pub.

    The Prince of Wales

    Bargeman’s Rest

    The Waverley

    Newport Ale House

    The Castle Inn

    The Cask & Crispin

    The Man in the Moon

    The Eight Bells

    The Dairyman’s Daughter

    The Medina Railway Tavern

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