New Inn Hotel - Park Street New Windsor, a 15th century Inn
(one of the oldest Inns in Windsor)
James & Sarah Fish ran the New Inn Hotel from 1781 - 1800
Confirmation above from the Sun Insurance records that James Fish held the New Inn in 1790
Record of the insurance held by James Fish in 1781 for the New Inn in Park Street New Windsor
It is known and recorded that King George III stopped at this Inn after hunting, so we expect that James & Sarah Fish would have served the King. (The royal stables were immediately behind the New Inn so that on coming back from the hunt the King and his party would dismount and may have come in for a drink.
New Inn Hotel Corner of Park Street & High Street prior to demolition
Another early image (1929) of the New Inn on the corner of Park Street and High Street New Windsor
Location of the New Inn in Park Street (above)
Street map of the area around the New Inn Hotel in Park Street New Windsor 1790
James & Sarah Fish lived in Sheet Street - we don't yet know where, they ran The New Inn hotel in Park street, so they lived close to the Hotel.
23 April 1790 Sun Insurance papers for Richard Martin Park Street New Windsor
ref London Metropolitan Archives Insurance policy No 568643
"Building adjoining and communicating with the New Inn in Park Street, brick, timber and tiled in the tenure of James Fish Victualler not exceeding two hundred pounds"
Images of the Plans of the NEW INN from The National Archives In Kew (below)
Actual New Inn Plans from The National Archives In Kew