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how do
spent a couple of nights moored at the new inn,and must say its a good pub,the beers top notch and the food is spot on also gus is a top bloke,helping with moorings and gives good advice to boaters.
will be back in october!
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One of our favourite spots, always good beer and food, and Gus is a gem, top bloke. Cheers

Sharon & Tony

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I have been less than complimentary for this place in the past but...as some friends of ours were staying at the Moorhen B&B in Horning, we called at the New Inn last Saturday evening and were very pleasantly surprised.

Warm welcome, decent beers and meals which could not be faulted either on price or quality.

Will definitely visit this hostelry again.

John

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Cant argue wi thee dibbler,just booked a mooring for 30th of this month as its me lads 13th birthday and thought we would have a bit of a do there for him
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Andy...I hope you enjoy your visit as much as we did m8... Also, please wish your lad a happy birthday for the 30th. from me and my better half, Sue. Cheers



John

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Thank you very much dibbler,its the other halfs on the 28th aswell,so its going to be a good one on the broads
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My only complaint about the New Inn is the price of the electric hook-up, when we moored we plugged in thinking the £5 charge was for a mooring fee and electric. We subsequently found the mooring was free, it was £5 just for a few units of power and using the hook-up pole! Considering we spent over £100 in the resturant it seemed a bit over the top, the most power we used at a public card point was less than 50p for overnight and as the boat domestic batteries were really flat so most of the power we used at the card pole would have been charging them up!

I know that it costs £5 to moor up just down the road at the Ferry, and £6 at Salhouse, but £5 just for electric is way to much.

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That does indeed seem rather expensive for an overnight hook-up. The most we've ever used overnight is around 30 pence and that was using a 1KW immersion heater as well!

As regards the New Inn...our mooring is in Horning so we've never actually moored at the New Inn so I was unaware of this seemingly excessive charge (pardon the pun).

It's a shame as this place does seem to have its act together everywhere else. We visited again yesterday for lunch and were one again very impressed with the quality of the fare and the welcome.



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Hi,
well free mooring  a big plus,
the electric hook ups does the Pub own them or are they supplied by some one else?

as some places charge a lot more with out a hook up,i think its not to bad.
£5 all in with power not to bad INMHOP i have been charged a lot more at camp sites,
please dont forget the Electric things at the BA moorings have been paid for by us Toll payers,so what they charge for the juice is a bonus.

just a thought,
look at your latest electric bill.

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Watt? Wire they charging £5 for electric? I'd start a re-volt if I were you. You'd use less than that if you were at ohm.

There, that's got all the puns out in one go!

Steve.

P.S couldn't think of one for amp.

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