Ye Olde Smugglers Inn (Alfriston, East Sussex) Reviews
Description:Address: Waterloo Square, Alfriston, Polegate, East Sussex, BN26 5UE
Newest Review: ... walked into the pub holding muddy boots, carefully away from other patrons of the inn, as they made their way through. Of ... more
Customer Ye Olde Smugglers Inn (Alfriston, East Sussex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/03/12, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 167 readings)
~~YE OLDE SMUGGLERS INNE, ALFRISTON~~ I recently spent a weekend in the charming village of Alfriston, in East Sussex. I went with my husband, son and his fiancée and we had arranged to meet my son's fiancée's parents there later in the afternoon. As they hail from Sussex they didn't have far to travel. We all stayed at The Star in Alfriston but during our stay we wanted to have a good look around this lovely old village. Some of our party have visited this village several times but still wanted to take another look around. After seeing some of the sites the four of us were hungry. The trouble was it was a bit late for lunch and we knew if we ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Ye Olde Smugglers Inn (Alfrist ...
The Lower Buck (Waddington, Lancashire) - Hearty locally produced food at very reasonable prices Somewhat off the beaten track but well worth the journey
The Two Brewers (Chigwell, Essex) - Nice menu, pleasant pub None really
Thomas Kemp Pub (Brighton) - Cosy, good atmosphere, lovely food None
Walkabout (Leeds) - Good prices and atmosphere none
The Old House At Home (Kidderminster) - Lovely food, a nice quiet lunchtime pub ---------------
The Old Maypole (Ilford, Essex) - Reasonably priced, usually trouble free, serves food Not great quality food
|More products in Pub / Bar National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
Great music, great beer, great "crack"
|Cork & Bottle (London)||The Old Brazen Head (Dublin)|
Grand wee pub with a long history
A bit of a toursit trap, so always very busy
A fab, friendly and happy night
Not as good as the old Astoria
|Hardrock Cafe (London)|
The sign in the window that reads "No Drugs or Nuclear Weapons Allowed Inside"
What?! In 50 words - you are having a giraffe aren't you?
|The Barton Arms (Birmingham)|
Good Beer, Excellent Food, Great atmosphere
|The Twist (Colchester)|
One of the few places to go to listen to bands in the area
The bar is overpriced and often runs out of your favorite drink
|The Claude Du Val (Camberley)|
Good beer, Reasonable prices, Plenty of room
DarkSmall outside patio
|Skiff Inn (Swalwell)|
Good hearty food