Black Peters Bar & Restaurant
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Brambletye Hotel, Lewes Road, Forest Row, RH18 5EZ
The team at the independently run Brambletye Hotel aim to bring back traditional hospitality by offering warm, friendly and flexible service. Being an integral part of the local community is also important to them - they regularly host charity events and can expertly cater for weddings, birthdays and other special occasions. The hotel has a large car park and disabled access. The chef takes pride in creating new, exciting dishes using local ingredients to offer customers eating at the Brambletye in the Black Peters Bar & Restaurant. The menu changes regularly and offers a well-balanced selection of light bites, hearty meals and children's dishes. Expect succulent mussels, top-quality burgers, tender pan-fried lamb's liver and creative desserts like elderflower and buttermilk pudding, plus a top-notch Sunday carvery. You can even get 50 per cent off a bottle of wine or a complimentary soft drink with your meal. Originally a private home before becoming a hotel in 1866, the Brambletye has a rich history, including literary connections - it featured in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Black Peter, from which the Brambletye restaurant takes its name. The current owners sympathetically refurbished the building while keeping its original character throughout. Its prime spot makes it a great place to stay for those visiting London or wishing to take advantage of the breathtaking local walks and cycle routes - indeed, what could be better after a day spent exploring than returning to the comfort of the Brambletye Hotel?