Yesterday we enjoyed a delicious roast lunch at The Smugglers in Alfriston. The roast of the day was beef (nicely pink), accompanied by perfectly cooked vegetables and excellent gravy. All freshly cooked, this was great value at £9.95 for two courses. We were made to feel most welcome and we wish the new owners every success.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The building on the site dates back to 1358 and is Grade II listed, and is located in the centre of the Mediavial village of Alfriston which itself is in the South Downs National Park. It originally went by the name Stone Cross Beer House, as the beer was brewed in the Barn at the back of the pub. The name was then changed to the Market Cross and then to its present name Ye Olde Smugglers Inne. Traditioanl pub food is served along with a selection of real ales and fine wines.There are currently three letting rooms which share two bathrooms between them as due to the age of the building the opportunity to provide en-suite facilities is not available, but still provide comfotrable and clean accommodation in what is the second oldest building in the village. Whilst there is no parking facilities at the pub there are two public carparks within easy walking distance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ye Olde Smugglers Inne Alfriston, East Sussex