North East Sussex

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Assets of Community Value

  • Bells Yew Green
    • Brecknock Arms Bayham Road Bells Yew Green TN3 9BJ Telephone(01892) 750237

      A cosy roadside pub dating from the 1850s, close to Frant Station with two with real fires and three seating areas, one with comfprtable settees and armchairs. Now run by local landlord and family, open 7 days a week for food, including breakfast from 0800. See Harveys web link for details. Sunny garden, and large covered shelter for those days when sun fails to arrive!

  • Cross in Hand
    • Cross in Hand Inn Cross in Hand Cross in Hand TN21 0SN Telephone(01435) 865449

      The original beamed part of the building dates from the nineteenth century, it has been extended to give four different areas around a single bar. The restaurant can be used as a function room Mon-Wed. Under new management from late November 2019.

  • East Hoathly
    • King's Head 1 High Street East Hoathly BN8 6DR Telephone(01825) 840238

      Family-run free house that has been a pub for over 250 years. The 1648 Brewing Company was established in 2003 in the old stables next door; two of its beers are always on the bar, often alongside a dark ale, as well as a changing cider. An extensive range of home-cooked food is served every day. There is a walled garden to the rear and additional outside seating to the front. Local CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year since 2018 and Sussex Pub of the Year runner-up 2020/21.

  • Fairwarp
    • Foresters Arms High Street Fairwarp TN22 3BP Telephone(01825) 712808

      A private house which became a pub in 1898, it is a village local with low ceilings and beams which welcomes visitors, particularly walkers enjoying Ashdown Forest. One bar serves separate areas, the main bar area, the restaurant and a family room with sofas.

  • Five Ashes
    • Five Ashes Inn Five Ashes Five Ashes TN20 6HY Telephone(01825) 830485

      A four hundred year old village inn with two small bars, one with an inglenook fireplace. The pub is raised and separated from the road by a terrace with seating and a parking area. The guest beers tend to be selected from local breweries.

  • Hadlow Down
    • New Inn Main Road Hadlow Down TN22 4HJ

      Quirky and friendly village inn, identified by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior. The back bar fittings, ceramic spirit casks and panelled counter date from 1885 when the pub was rebuilt following a fire. There is another bar at the back and a function room. The no-frills environment is more than compensated for by the warm welcome, conviviality and excellently kept beer. No food, other than bar snacks, is available.

  • Halland
    • Blacksmith's Arms Lewes Road Halland BN8 6PN Telephone(01825) 840304

      Adjacent to the Halland A22 roundabout, The Blacksmith's Arms has a traditional village inn ambience; horse brasses, real fires and oak beams go to create that warm homely and friendly atmosphere. A guest beer is usually available. Good quality food, much of it homemade, is offered. There is a meeting room available and additional outside seating to the front. There are two car parks, front and rear. Under new management from September 2018. Real Cider is only available in the summer.

  • Hartfield
    • Anchor Inn Church Street Hartfield TN7 4AG Telephone(01892) 770424

      Now the last pub in the village. Dating from the 14th Century, it has two bars and a separate restaurant available for functions. The bars are heated by wood burning stoves in winter. Locals enjoy the all day opening where friendly bar staff add to the relaxed atmosphere. The pub is situated close to Ashdown Forest and is not far from Pooh Bridge. The pub changed hands in April 2018.

  • Horam
    • May Garland Inn Little London Road Horam TN21 0LJ Telephone(01435) 812249

      Dating from 1881, it has been in the hands of the current oners since 2012. There is one large bar divided into restaurant and lounge areas, the latter with sofas around an open fire. Monthly events such as themed food, comedy and quiz nights are held. Food is home prepared and where possible locally sourced, much originating from Tottingworth Farm three miles away. Opens at 9.30am for breakfasts, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Rotherfield
    • Catts Inn High Street Rotherfield TN6 3LH Telephone(01892) 852577

      Built in 1741 and refurbished and reopened in April 2019, this is a community village local with a quiet bar for conversation and a separate games and TV room. Bought by a family owned independent pub company in 2019 from Ei Group (formerly Enterprise) when the range of beers was increased. Good value pub grub is available at the times shown with snacks available all day. Now opens Tuesday to Saturday for breakfast at 10am.

  • Rushlake Green
    • Horse & Groom Rushlake Green TN21 9QE Telephone(01435) 830320

      Dating back to 1650, the pub has been known as the Horse & Groom since 1777. Inside are a beamed bar and restaurant with a good reputation for locally sourced, home prepared and freshly cooked food. A walled garden offers views over the nearby lakes. Under new ownership from April 2018.

  • Upper Hartfield
    • Gallipot Inn Gallipot Street Upper Hartfield TN7 4AJ Telephone(01892) 770008

      Situated on the outskirts of Hartfield, The Gallipot Inn is a fine example of a good old English pub, with a strong community focus. built in the late 16th century, the building had various uses before coming a pub. In winter the cosy internal atmosphere is complimented by an open fire and, in the summer, the pleasant rear gardens offer rewarding views over Ashdown Forest. The cask ales are local and the freshly cooked food is also locally sourced.