Graham and his staff greet you with a friendly smile. There are two entrances to the building and dogs are welcome. So welcome in fact that there is a biscuit jar just for dogs. The New Board Inn serves a range of comforting food for everybody’s tastes. Menus are on the table tops and a waitress or waiter will come and serve you. You must pay at the bar before leaving. The decor is that of comfortable warm browns. The flooring is dark brown and so is the furniture. The flooring is a mixture of carpet and hardwood flooring and there is lots of natural light coming from the windows. So I hope you enjoy this little venue.
Taken by Alex Negoita
Graham tells me that he has had some experience with those who suffer from autism and so when he gets a call he tends to seat that particular person and their party in a quieter area of the pub. Furthermore, he tells me that it is a quite quiet pub anyway and so customers should not have any issues with hearing each other at all or any trouble with too much noise. Furthermore, although he and his staff are not debenture trained they are very happy to serve anyone who comes to the best of their ability. The new board inn does have one wheelchair and pushchair assessable entrance. There has one accessible toilet. The door opens tower you. Staff are happy to help whenever seating arrangements need to be made.
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