Alfriston (England) Reviews
Description:The area around Alfriston must have been occupied from neolithic times as a number of barrows from this period have ... more
Newest Review: ... and a really large garden tucked away around the back of the patio area also a large conservatory the inne has rooms to let from the spring 2008 with a friendly atmosphere which is full of character you might even see the ghost !!! ye olde smugglers was built in 1358 and originally went by the name of market cross house.The house itself has 21 rooms and 47 doors and 6 staircases, as well as ... more
Customer Alfriston (England) Reviews (3)
by Sadie - written on 01/08/08
Unfortunately after reading the review from Jazz, we though that we had arrived at the wrong pub. Admittingly the building had an olde worlde charm with inglenook fireplace, the lighting was very low most probably because of the cleanliness as the tables and floors were dirty. The barmaid was surly and it seemed an effort for her to serve anyone as she kept disappearing. Other customers were complaining about the time it was taking for food to be served. Hopefully the letting rooms will be cleaner.
by jazz - written on 14/04/08
Ye olde smugglers inne is a enticing village pub which has all day opening serving delicious food a great wine list, real ales and a really large garden tucked away around the back of the patio area also a large conservatory the inne has rooms to let from the spring 2008 with a friendly atmosphere which is full of character you might even see the ghost !!! ye olde smugglers was built in 1358 and originally went by the name of market cross house.The house itself has 21 rooms and 47 doors and 6 staircases, as well as an assortment of hiding places such as the cellars and loads of hiding places in the roof all intended to confuse the enemy and allow easy escape for the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/05 (Very useful, 2662 readings)
The smugglers have long gone and Alfriston is now firmly on the tourist trail. The village is nestled in foothills of the South Downs in East Sussex and is a gateway to the stunning scenery to be found within the Cuckmere Valley, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a Heritage Coast and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. But why go (in case the above isnít enough)? Because itís an easy place to stroll around with interesting specialty shops, welcoming pubs and comfortable hotels, wonderful walks and, for the energetic, biking trails. The village is picturesque and compact with narrow pavements and shops squeezed into old ... Read the complete review
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