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The New Inn in Buckinghamshire opened in the early 1700s as a coaching inn for visitors who flocked to see the magnificent gardens at Stowe. Following an extensive renovation, its doors have re-opened. Today you can get a taste of the past and recapture the heyday of landscape gardening.
Quick facts about New Inn
- First built in 1717
- Last used as an Inn in the 1850s
- Mr Bennett was the last innkeeper, we've named a room after him
- Sales and auctions took place at the Inn in the 18th century
- The National Trust bought New Inn in 2005