We (my wife and I) drove a few miles out of Lewes and went for Sunday lunch with another couple and a single friend. Overall it was a very good experience although we don't know what it is like to stay there and surely there cannot be many guest-rooms in what is essentially a Country Pub (ex- Coaching Inn). First impressions not favourable as when we entered it was to find a somewhat flustered lady behind the bar who wouldn't look at us at first even though there were only a few other customers around. This soon changed when some of the male staff came into the bar and we were offered the menu and told a bit about it. We all chose the roast lamb (or beef) with which, for £10 you coudl also have either a starter or a sweet (a good deal). Service was very quick and our single friend put this down to the meal being pre-packaged. But all of us agreed it was tasty fare, with the traditional roasties and Yorkshire pud (even with the lamb). Prawn cocktails (on a plate rather than in a glass) were also good starters and my wife had an excellent, thick vegatable soup to begin. Staff were friendly, helping to create a good atmosphere in the cosy surroundings and it was an open kitchen where the nearer diners could see all that was going on. Harvey's Ale is available which is always a bonus and wine was a reasonable price, too. Once again I'd like to appeal to Trip Advisor to provide a "Good" category because this is what Horns Lodge is - not "Very Good" even though, in a generous mood, that is where I've placed it.