Category: Lewes

A list of pubs in Lewes and nearby areas, including country pubs. Find out about a Lewes pub. Each pub has a short description and link to its website.

The Laughing Fish, Isfield

Village pub with local real ales and genuine home-cooked pub food, just off the A26 between Lewes and Uckfield. Easily accessible from the 29 bus route – less than one minute’s walk from the Isfield bus stop, next door to the Lavender Line.

The Dorset

Right in the heart of Lewes, in East Sussex, sits The Dorset, home of the legendary Cliffe Bonfire society. We specialise in Harvey’s real ale and great food served in warm and welcoming surroundings. For those wintry days we have a roaring open fire, and if you want to make the most of the summer; take a seat in our large patio garden. Families are welcome, so are dogs, parking isn’t a problem as we’re opposite a large, and cheap pay and display car park. We also have six rooms available on a B and B basis. We look forward to seeing you.

Trevor Arms

The Trevor Arms is a country pub in the heart of Glynde, East Sussex. A traditional village pub set in the South Downs National Park, the perfect place to rest after a long walk, before heading next door to the train station for a quick trip home. Mount Caburn provides the perfect backdrop to a family lunch on a sunny day in our extensive beer garden. We’re passionate about good food and good beer and offer a traditional pub menu, all cooked from scratch and using locally sourced ingredients, as well as regularly changing local cask ales and world beers by the bottle. Beer festivals, pie nights, fish and chip evenings, and scooter rallies are regular events at the Trevor Arms.

Horns Lodge

Linda and Mike welcome you to the Horns Lodge, a traditional rural English public house located in the beautiful Sussex countryside near the South Downs National Park. Whether you visit us for a relaxing drink, to sample our delicious home cooked food or for a stay in one of our guest rooms, we hope you enjoy your stay with us. We are an independent freehouse serving a changing range of real ales. Cosy restaurant serving traditional home-cooked fayre. Bar area with real fire, for drinking and casual dining. Beer Garden with covered heated, patio area. Pub games include, cribbage, dominoes, backgammon, darts, bar billiards and toad in the hole. Free WiFi available

Half Moon

The Half Moon in Plumpton is a beautiful two hundred year old traditional country pub. Nestled at the foot of the South Downs National Park, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Half Moon is situated ten minutes from the historic county town of Lewes and the charming village of Ditchling. We are extremely proud of our menu, which changes with the seasons and uses only the finest locally sourced produce. Our award winning Chef, Richard Willis has spent the past decade refining his skills in Sussex and brings with him an unrivalled knowledge of the best ingredients that the County can provide. Our cellar is well stocked with the finest local beers from Harveys of Lewes to our local vicar’s famous Rectory ales.

King’s Head

The King’s Head is everything a great pub should be. First and foremost you can expect a thoroughly friendly welcome when you walk into this beautiful, light, comfortable and historic pub. You will be greeted with delicious smells wafting from the kitchen, a particularly well stocked bar and a delightful pub garden proudly boasting views of Lewes castle. We have refurbished the pub, pulling up the swirling 80s carpets to restore beautiful wooden floors and the low ceilings. The food menu at The King’s Head is a veritable feast of sensibly priced, locally sourced, seasonal produce prepared by great chefs who love their food and their food history.

Ram Inn

The Ram Inn has been at the heart of a vibrant farming community for over five hundred years. A wonderful village local, set in Firle near Lewes, at the foot of the Downs and in the South Downs National Park, the rambling old building has three main bar areas, each with its own open fire lit every day between October and April. At the bar you will find artists, walkers, writers, farmers, farriers and vicars, and the garden is usually full of families and children of all ages. Now known for really good local food as well as locally produced cask ales, the pub also has four beautiful bedrooms and offers bed and breakfast.

Anchor Inn

The Anchor Inn is a beautiful Sussex country pub and restaurant set in one of the loveliest and most unspoilt parts of rural Sussex on the west bank of the River Ouse, four miles upstream from the county town of Lewes. Built in 1790, the pub has a long history, and today offers two cosy bars and two restaurant rooms, serving real ales, bottled lagers, fine wines and freshly prepared bar food from an ‘a la carte’ menu. Boats can be hired to explore the surrounding countryside. There are also rooms and a marque available for any type of wedding, event or function. The Anchor Inn is licensed to hold civil wedding ceremonies.

Lewes Arms

The famous ale house of the historic town of Lewes. This traditional English pub offers a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a range of well kept beers and home-cooked food. At The Lewes Arms we are passionate about serving our ales in top condition. All our ales are kept at the right temperature and are served crystal clear where applicable. We also believe in variety and stock guest brews from around the country and local favourite Harvey’s Best in addition to the Fuller’s range.

Abergavenny Arms

Newly re-opened with an experienced team, determined to put the Abergavenny Arms back on the map. Chef Adrian Dixon, has prepared a Winter Menu with something for everyone, with daily specials. Food is locally sourced wherever possible and customers have been delighted by the quality served. Harveys and Hophead available, guest beers will also feature.