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The Sloop Inn

It is hotly contested whether it is a seven or eight minute amble, but what is without doubt is that it takes longer to get back! And it gets right spooky in those woods when the wolves start howling. The Sloop is a traditional Country pub with a lovely garden, so an ideal place for […]

Royal Oak Poynings

The Royal Oak Poynings Pub in Sussex, a great place for local food (good old pub classics!) and drink whilst camping with family and friends. It is the perfect Country Pub to relax in after a stroll across the South Downs. Child friendly and Dog friendly with a large pub garden and a fire to […]

The Bull (Ditchling)

Easy walking distance of Ditchling Yamp Camp – The Bull is the people’s favourite but only just ahead of the Royal Oak “The Bull is one of the oldest buildings in Ditchling dating back to the early 16th Century. Owners Dominic and Vanessa Worrall have re-invented this very British pub since 2003 and alongside Molly […]

The Cricketers Arms Berwick

Nestling below the South Downs with a picturesque cottage garden, the Cricketers’ Arms is a popular destination for discerning customers who enjoy quality Harvey’s ales served direct from the cask and delicious homemade food prepared by our enthusiastic chefs. Cricketers Website 01323 870469 The Cricketers Arms, Berwick Village, East Sussex, BN26 6SP  

The Snow Drop Inn

A Lewes Institution The award-winning Snowdrop Inn, offers home-cooked food, a wonderful range of well-kept cask ales and craft beers and a full programme of  live music. Daily-changing menu from 12noon to 9pm every day, cooked from fresh seasonal ingredients available from Lewes and the surrounding area. Always have a good selection for vegetarians. Two […]

The Rose Cottage Inn

Mind the Parrot! The Rose Cottage is a traditional Sussex country pub, set in the picturesque cul-de-sac village of Alciston, in the heart of the Southdowns Nation Park,  between the villages of Selmeston and Berwick, the Old Coach road that surrounds the village are ideal for walking, the beautiful villages of Alfriston and Firle are […]

The Barley Mow Pub

From the Harveys website; The Barley Mow Pub is a seventeenth-century pub that has recently been taken over by a father and son duo who have been making some pretty big changes, from the indoor decor to the new and improved handmade children’s playground out back. With a gorgeous view of the South Downs you […]