The Greyhound Inn

The Greyhound Inn


0.5 miles
St James Square, Wadhurst, TN5 6AP

An historic coaching inn dating as far back as 1502, The Greyhound Inn is situated in the idyllic market town of Wadhurst. The pub boasts tasteful decor and a menu of British classics. Comfortable seating beside a cosy fireplace makes for a warm and homely setting, with diners discovering that the dishes are equally comforting.

Begin your meal with the likes of prawn cocktail, homemade chicken liver pâté with warm ciabatta or the soup of the day. Traditionalists will be impressed by the range of British staple dishes on offer, including sausages and mash and ham, egg and chips, while the more adventurous members of your party may be tempted by one of the changing daily specials. Keep an eye out for the likes of Vietnamese-style pork or pan-fried sea bream. The plentiful lunchtime sandwich menu is ideal for those just looking for a light bite, and there’s a dedicated children’s menu so nobody has to miss out. Something from the dessert selection or a well-stocked cheeseboard make for a delightful end to any feast.

Why not extend your stay and book a room for a long weekend? The Greyhound is in close proximity to attractions Bewl Water, Scotney Castle and Royal Tunbridge Wells, and the guest rooms are beautifully decorated. Each comes with a TV, Wi-Fi and an en-suite bathroom, with a scrumptious breakfast to kick-start your day in the morning.

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