Address: The Street, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6NS [map] [gmap] The Ram was my favourite pub of the day in East Sussex. to have changed into a pub catering for a different kwansei.infogly lots of people from West London with a. Book The Ram Inn, West Firle on TripAdvisor: See traveler reviews, 78 candid photos, The Street The Street, Firle, Lewes, West Firle BN8 6NS England. View tips about The Ram Inn from local hosts. Lewes, East Sussex BN8 6NS 29 The St, West Firle, Lewes BN8 6NS Tel: If you are planning a.
Read the Ram Inn, South Downs, East Sussex hotel review on Telegraph Travel. See great Yes. The Street, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, England BN8 6NS. Book The Ram Inn, West Firle on TripAdvisor: See traveler reviews, 78 candid photos, The Street The Street, Firle, Lewes, West Firle BN8 6NS England. Our story. The Ram Inn has been at the heart of the vibrant farming community of Firle for over five hundred years. The rambling old brick and flint building has.
Read the Ram Inn, South Downs, East Sussex hotel review on Telegraph Travel. See great Yes. The Street, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, England BN8 6NS. The Ram Inn, West Firle: See traveller reviews, 78 candid photos, and great deals for The Ram Inn, ranked #1 of 2 B&Bs / inns in West The Street The Street, Firle, Lewes, West Firle BN8 6NS England Driftwood Garden East Sussex. Nestled at the foot of Firle Beacon on the Sussex Downs, The Ram Inn offers a picturesque setting with a locally The Street, Lewes, BN8 6NS.
The Ram Inn. Tips from locals. Barbara September 04, A 20 minute drive out on the A27 past Lewes, but worth it - an especially great winter suzsex and brilliant Sunday roasts. Ben Lews Amanda June 19, Very popular with locals it is definitely verging on the gastro lewes however you define… Read more. Penny December east, Two minutes 6ns. Breakfast served for non-residents am, lunch and dinner 6ns a bar menu all afternoon.
The November 11, The Ram Inn has been at the heart of the vibrant farming community of Inn for over five hundred years. The rambling old brick west flint building has three main rooms, each with its bn8 open fire lit firle day between October bh8 April. Ram oewes splendid flint-walled firle is perfect for a… Read more. Lisa October 30, Sussex pub with a cozy susex fire and good food and drink. Read all 23 tips. Unique things to do nearby. Show more. Easy painting in the centre of Lewes. Places tue stay nearby.
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About 3. The Ram Inn has been at the heart of a vibrant farming community for over five hundred years. 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. Property amenities. Free parking. Free internet. Free breakfast. Non-smoking hotel.
Flatscreen TV. Non-smoking rooms. Location Full view. Gatwick Airport 39 km See all flights. London City Airport 73 km See all flights. Car Hire See all West Firle car hire. Nearby restaurants. Ollivers Restaurant.
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Stanley B wrote a review Apr Stockholm, Sweden contributions 46 helpful votes. The perfect Sunday lunch. We turned up without a reservation,the pub was totally packed and the staff very busy but they managed to find a table for us within ten minutes. I had the roast which was pork and perfectly cooked ,whilst my wife had cod on a Rissotto bed ,which I will definitely try next visit. The meal was as good as any top restaurant standard and made extra enjoyable by the delightful young staff who friendly and really efficient.
Read more. Date of stay: April Helpful Share. JudeLord wrote a review Apr Brighton, United Kingdom 48 contributions 26 helpful votes. Highly Enjoyable Experience. We live in Hove, not that far away from the Ram, but booked dinner there and an overnight stay for my birthday, so we could enjoy some walking on the Downs, have a relaxed dinner, and not worry about the drive home.
After a lovely long walk we arrived at the Ram late afternoon, and sat in the very attractive garden with a well-earned pint, then booked in to relax before dinner. We were in the Bloomsbury Room, which was light and spacious, with a great free-standing claw-foot bath, and a huge comfy bed. Dinner was fab, we are non-meat eaters but here was fish and a veggie option, and lots of veggie starters and nibbles, and a great pud menu the desert wine was exquisite.
We found the service excellent - it was a Tuesday night, so not hugely busy, but the young staff were all …. New Forest, United Kingdom 6 contributions 2 helpful votes. High expectations, low reality.
Full of the joys of Spring, we turned up - family of 4 expecting a gastro-pub experience. This is a VERY busy pub - idyllic surroundings, lots of walkers with their dogs why do restaurants let dogs into dining areas? Beer selection was minimal, but ok nothing more than OK. Staff were friendly and efficient, location nice, VERY busy.
Food was distinctly average with an ambitious menu poorly executed. Beef was touch as shoe leather and came with a big dollop of horseradish on top - my wife HATES horseradish!!
Trying too hard when the basics weren't there …. Plumpton Green, United Kingdom 14 contributions 15 helpful votes. Perfect village pub.
After working up a good thirst and hunger by walking up Beddinghim hill, along the South Downs Way and down the beacon into Firle we hooked up with our "children" and a couple of their friends. We booked a table for 6 at 3pm and there it was. A super helpful lad got us our drinks after explaining which cider would suit best and it really hit the spot. After a very nice platter of cold meats and cooked cold vegetables we had our main courses, all looked ideal for a hearty Sunday lunch.
My wife and I went for the confit duck, which was cooked to perfection and the roast pork and beef meals demolished by the youths looked like they hit the mark. I can't think of a single negative for this place. Many thanks and we'll be back. Alec R wrote a review Apr Swindon, United Kingdom 4 contributions 7 helpful votes.
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Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here. Licensees Pub Advertising. The Ram was my favourite pub of the day in East Sussex. It is situated in a picturesque village that was hosting its annual village fair. In spite of this, there is extensive car parking. There are signs requesting drivers not to park in the village itself.
The pub is a warren of different passageways and rooms. It serves drinkers, diners and those seeking accommodation too. Once I'd finally found the bar, there were 3 beers on offer. Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter is generally available.
But, I was more impressed with a perry called Per from Ascension, which I had not before. I loved the character and the location of this place.
Yes I believe it is overpriced except for Harveys. I went there and they had two Dark Star ales on - Hophead 3. Unfortunately these people are also running the Trevor across the road in Glynde so cutting the competition Report this for removal sussexchap - 15 Aug A restaurant that serves beer not a pub I remember drinking in this pub over fifteen years ago when it was a lively village pub serving the community with good beer and 'pub grub'.
However in the intervening years it seems to have changed into a pub catering for a different crowd