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Brixham, Devon

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The New Quay Inn is situated on the corner of New Quay Lane and King Street in Brixham's historic Quayside area. The three coastal resorts of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham together form the Borough of Torbay with an indigenous population of over 120,000 and popularly known as The English Riviera. Brixham, at the south of Torbay, is a holiday resort in its own right and also an important fishing port with a colourful and busy harbour. Brixham has a long and interesting history, principally as a major fishing port and also as the landing place of William of Orange. In more recent years, Brixham has established itself as a popular & increasingly prestigious resort town – highly regarded by visitors and residents alike. In the late 1980’s a major scheme for the redevelopment of a substantial area of the harbour and foreshore took place which included a 500 berth Marina, a promenade around the harbour linking the town centre and the breakwater, a 350-space car park and the development of houses, flats and shops.

The New Quay Inn is believed to be one of the port’s oldest pubs. The building, originally three quayside cottages, is shown on the earliest maps of Brixham, dating back to the 1700's and is a Grade II Listed property. The building has recently undergone a full and sympathetic refurbishment programme and was reopened in 2014, under its original name of The New Quay Inn. The building is a narrow but spacious four storey, end of terrace property with feature bay window at ground floor level. The pub benefits from outside seating to the lane immediately outside and is less than 100 meters from the Quayside.

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