The Buddle Inn, Niton Undercliff

The Buddle Inn, Niton Undercliff, by Michael Freeman. It is thought that the Buddle in was originally a farmhouse, but the photograph here shows it in around 1910 when it had been a drinking house for some three centuries, and the licensee was probably John Cotton. In the 1830s it provided contraband liquor from the continent, including brandy and gin from the Netherlands known as ‘Hollands’. The article includes reminiscences from those who have used the Inn over the years.

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