The May Garland Inn is located on the outskirts of Horam near Heathfield in East Sussex and offers comfortable bedrooms, superb food and lovely drinks. We have loads of outdoor space including an enclosed children's play area and a solid oak veranda.
At the inn we seek to make you welcome whatever you need and whatever the season. Please come and stay with us whether just for a drink or a bite or better still for a break in the B&B accommodation so you can get the best of everything we offer.
We welcome you for an overnight stay or longer break in our five deluxe bedrooms which all have en suite shower bathrooms, comfortable beds, flat screen TVs, iPod dock radio alarms and free Wi-Fi. Three of these are good sized double rooms with king size beds and the fourth & fifth are larger with super king size beds that can be configured as twin beds and with room for a fold out single be…
The Coach and Horses is an inn that was built in 1847 located on the outskirts of the village of Danehill near the town of Haywards Heath in East Sussex.
The inn used to be run and an ale house but itís now run as a beautiful country pub offering scrumptious food and a range of drinks.
There are a range of menus available for different days and different times in the day. All of the menus offer delicious food that is cooked fresh to order with as much local produce as possible.
Some of the food available at lunch time includes a range of baguettes, Lamb stew with crusty bread and ham, egg and chips. Some of the evening meals available include sirloin steak with garlic and herb butter, beer battered fish and chips and locally made pork & herb sausages with mashed potato. To see the full menus please visit our website.
As well as the great food there is also a superb wine li…
The Middle House is a Grade I Listed building just a short drive from Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Mayfield High Street. The building is a wonderful specimen of Elizabethan architecture, with wattle and daub infill which dates back to 1575. The house was originally built for the financier, Sir Thomas Gresham, Keeper of the Privy Purse to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 1st. A private residence until the late 1920ís, The Middle House is now the home of an old world pub, impressive restaurant and small but cosy hotel.
Large 4 poster beds.
En suite bathroom with power shower.
Flat screen television with Freeview.
Free broadband internet access.
Coffee and tea facilities.
Iron and iron board upon request.
Hair dryer upon request.
Views over the High Street to the front or the valley to the rear.
Providing a vast array of dishes wi…
Located just a short walk from Seven Dials The Chimney House offers something for everyone from a cup of tea and a slice of cake, pint of Harveys, glass of prosecco, dirty little burger or a relaxed three course meal.
We strive to source our ingredients from within sussex with fish from Shoreham and Newhaven fruit and vegetables from local farms and glasshouses as well as meat from Garlic wood farm.
We are open all day Tuesday to Sunday and look forward to seeing you even if its just for a jar of chutney.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.…
The Bull Inn is located in Battle, East Sussex. It is situated just a short drive away from the glorious East Sussex coastline.
The Inn is a 17th century coaching inn built using stones from the original Battle abbey kitchen giving the building its unique and distinctive character.
If you're visiting the area the Bull Inn is a must, for a relaxed drink in our traditional bar serving a selection of local real ales. We offer superb B&B rooms all of which are en suite and include breakfast. Our restaurant serves a variety of seasonal foods and a good selection of daily specials.
We are CAMRA recognised and offer a selection of real ales from as little as 6 miles away, we feel itís very important to support local brewers and give our customers a great selection of real ales.
The Bull Inn is well known for its local themed nights and entertainment; we support a variety of local mu…
The Ypres Castle Inn, known locally as 'The Wipers', has been providing hospitality to visitors and residents of Rye, East Sussex for centuries. Built originally in 1640 and added to in Victorian times, the inn has a warm and friendly atmosphere and is built in the local weather boarded style, with colourful and interesting art and furnishings inside.
Rye has a huge number of local food suppliers, not least the Rye Bay fishing fleet which moors within 150m of the pub. As a result, we often have Rye Bay Scallops, Rye Bay Plaice, local crab and John Dory on our seasonal menu. We offer a lunch and dinner time menu which will be updated in the very near future. We can get very busy at times, so itís worth calling beforehand to guarantee a table.
At the Ypres we like to serve ales and beers at the highest quality and like to maintain a good selection so there is something for everyone. …