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The Kings Head

Modern British9.7 miles 9 Southover High Street High Street BN7 1HS

The Kings Head is everything a great pub should be. First and foremost you can expect a thoroughly friendly welcome when you walk into this light, comfortable and historical pub. You will be greeted with delicious aromas wafting from the kitchen, a particularly well-stocked bar and a delightful pub garden boasting views of Lewes Cas...

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The Blacksmiths Arms

Traditional9.7 miles London Road Offham BN7 3QD

Residing in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the heart of the South Downs National Park you’ll find The Blacksmiths Arms – an award-winning pub and restaurant full of charm. This traditional 18th-century pub boasts a well-stocked bar, log-burning fire, comfy leather seating and walls adorned with art, creating a cosy a...

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The Pelham Arms

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants9.7 miles High Street BN7 1XL

The Pelham Arms is a traditional British public house situated at the top of Lewes High Street. Built circa 1640, this Sussex pub has original oak beams, an inglenook fireplace and is full of rustic charm. The atmosphere is warm, friendly and easy-going, partly owing to the fact that you can dine wherever you like. Whether you go fo...

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Thai Village

Thai10.1 miles 29b-29c Church Street Willingdon BN20 9HR

Nestled in the idyllic setting of Willingdon is the Thai Village, sister restaurant to the Yummy Noodle Bar in Eastbourne's Enterprise Centre. This lovely Thai retreat is fast gaining a loyal clientele, and we went to find out why. After tucking into complimentary prawn and chilli crackers with a sweet chilli sauce dip, we picked t...

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The Wheatsheaf

Traditional10.1 miles Church Street Willingdon BN20 9HP

Willingdon is an historic village nestled at the foot of the South Downs, just three miles north of Eastbourne. Occupying a special place at its geographic heart is a little gem: The Wheatsheaf. The pub is a popular destination for walkers, with plenty of routes through the South Downs that allow you to take in some of the most be...

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The Red Lion

Traditional10.3 miles 99 Wish Hill Willingdon BN20 9HQ

Nestled in the quaint surroundings of Willingdon, The Red Lion is a secluded gem that nourishes souls with freshly prepared meals and hearty ale. The understated and relaxed interior provides an ideal setting in which to enjoy delicious comforting dishes. Further enhancing the warm atmosphere, you’ll hear the crackle of the log ...

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Plough and Harrow

British10.3 miles The Street Litlington BN26 5RE

Plough and Harrow is a haven of rustic charm – think leadlight windows, ancient beams and a genuine and hearty welcome from manager Glenn Hooper and his team. The bar offers a wonderful array of wine and spirits, alongside craft ale from the award-winning Long Man Brewery, which is also tucked away in the hamlet of Litlington. View full review

Simply Seafood

Seafood10.3 miles High Street Westham BN24 5LZ

Set in the historic village of Westham, Simply Seafood has been serving local fish for over 14 years. This charming seafood restaurant maintains a relaxed family atmosphere whilst serving dishes to rival fi ne dining establishments. Visitors during the day will enjoy a wonderful sun-fl ooded conservatory overlooking a courtyard know...

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The Greyhound Inn

Traditional10.3 miles St James Square 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. View full review

White Hart

Traditional10.3 miles High Street TN5 6AP

Sitting pretty on the border between Sussex and Kent is the White Hart, a charming family-friendly free house. With modern furnishings and quirky details such as stag’s head coat hooks and a map of the area occupying an entire wall, the place exudes a homely and relaxed air. Father-and-son team James and Rory are welcoming hosts...

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The Netherfield Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.3 miles Netherfield Road Netherfield TN33 9QD

Set on the Weald Ridge, amid the rolling countryside of East Sussex, The Netherfield Arms boasts panoramic views of the English Channel. Five-time winner of the Battle Flowers in Bloom competition, this picturesque pub boasts a stunning exterior as well as a pretty enclosed courtyard garden. The pub was built in 1725 and it oozes ch...

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The Smugglers Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.4 miles High Street 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 f...

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The Coach & Horses

British10.5 miles School Lane RH17 7JF

Boasting attractive traditional features and exuding olde-worlde charm, The Coach & Horses is a real highlight of the Sussex dining scene. Set in unspoilt countryside on the edge of Ashdown Forest, guests can enjoy stunning views of the Sussex Downs from the picturesque garden. On sunny days, settle on the terrace under the ma...

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The Abergavenny Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.9 miles Newhaven Road Rodmell BN7 3EZ

Situated in Rodmell just south of Lewes, The Abergavenny Arms is an amazing 500-year-old building and one of the most authentic English village pubs you could possibly find. The fantastic selection of great beers, a menu of wonderful food and a friendly welcome all make this pub stand out. Delicious starters of pork tenderloin tempu...

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The Red Lion

Traditional11.1 miles Lewes Road Chelwood Gate RH17 7DE

The Red Lion is a stylish country pub on the edge of Ashdown Forest, which was once visited by U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1963. The current owners have given this pub a new lease of life and The Red Lion is renowned in the local area for its exciting menu, real ale, world-class wine and impeccable service. On the seasonally...

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