The Smugglers Inn

The Smugglers Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
High Street, Pevensey , BN24 5LF
The Smugglers Inn in Pevensey has the kind of exciting chequered history you would expect of a pub situated in the town where William the Conqueror famously landed his army. Built during the reign of Henry VIII, the inn has its own resident ghost and gained its name from a notorious local smuggling gang, who used the building as a focal point for their tea-smuggling ventures during the 1800s. As you walk into the bar, the inglenook fireplace - a stunning reminder of the building's age - immediately draws your gaze. Moving into the restaurant, twinkling lights on the ceiling bestow a subtle festivity.

With so many tasty and unmistakably homemade dishes on offer, including sundried tomato and garlic hummus and gravadlax salmon with dill, all absolutely bursting with flavour, picking just one starter can prove a challenge. Marinated chicken kebabs and chicken, ham and asparagus pie were two of the many enticing homemade dishes on offer, both served with chunky golden chips. There was also a wide variety of desserts available, all homemade and all equally tempting. So, if a relaxed atmosphere in a building steeped in history is what you seek, why not steal away to The Smugglers Inn - a welcome place for any weary wanderer to rest. Summe
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Open: Summer Open: Mon-Sun 11am-late Winter Open: Mon-Fri 11.30am-3pm, 5.30pm-late; Sat & Sun 11am-late

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