TRADITIONAL SUSSEX COUNTRY PUB
grateful thanks go to the proprietors Shaun and Hayley
for donating plywood, cardboard and plastic balls toward
the educational DIY
Dalek project featured on this site. James
7 and Gemma 13 learnt
a great deal about practical engineering while building
a full size working (drive-able) Dalek as seen in the
Doctor Who films and recent TV
series starring Billie Piper and Christopher
Kruschandl - Thanks to all our supporters
Ram Inn is an
attractive, unspoilt country pub that remains relatively
unchanged since it was built in the 16th
century. There is a main bar, a quiet non-smoking snug
area and a large family room. In the summer, food
and drink can be enjoyed in the delightful sheltered
gardens, where there is a children's play area and a
separate hidden garden, ideal for quiet dining. In
winter months the log fires in the bar and snug create a
warm and friendly atmosphere.
Ram serves traditional pub food with a difference
prepared to an exceptionally high standard every day,
from midday until 9pm. The bar stocks three real
ales, including Harveys, and a traditional hand-pulled
cider. Guinness and Budweiser are also available. There
is a large range of soft drinks and a selection of
children's drinks too.
Traditional Sussex Country Pub
Ram lives up to its reputation as a rambling wooden
oasis, with eccentric little hidey holes that is the
garden. This interesting old house, once the law courts
complete with a holding cell in the basement.
village of Firle is famous for a number of reasons, to
include the writer Virginia Woolfe. Hence, whether
you are out for some airborne sport, rambling or
catching up on your history, it is well worth a visit.
The pub has recently been refurbished by the new
food is superbly presented and delicious. The
master chef (Simon) prepares the splendid fayre from the
finest fresh ingredients every day.
I've seen the kitchen and staff in operation. The
kitchen is one of the best organised I've seen. The staff are
friendly and helpful. If you enjoy real ale,
you're in for a treat. They stock three popular
real ales and pull a full pint (a pint of liquid).
Better still, the beer prices are among the keenest
around. Harveys, a Sussex brew, is one of the best
11.30-23.00; Sun 12.00-22.30
pub food served all day
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play area, beer garden, parking.
Nr Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6NS
From the end of the M23, follow the A23 towards
Brighton. When you reach the A27 turn left and follow it
to Lewes, and then on towards Eastbourne. About 4 miles
beyond Lewes, past the turning for the A26, Firle is
signposted on the left.
Place, Charleston Farmhouse 2 miles, Glyndebourne 3
miles, Lewes Castle 5 miles, Michelham Priory 8 miles,
Brighton 12 miles, Seven Sisters Country Park 10 miles.