Pubs & bars in Offham, Lewes, East Sussex
that have an outside area

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  • Tally Ho in Lewes has a beer garden. The pub has a car park, it gives a warm welcome to dogs and their owners. Tally Ho has an outside area. The pub serves real ale, it has a smoking area. Tally Ho has a dart board. The pub has live music events, it holds Poker Nights. Tally Ho has a pool table. The pub holds quiz nights, it has a big screen. Tally Ho shows football on TV. The pub has the Racing Channel, it has terrestrial TV.

  • Black Horse in Lewes has a beer garden. The pub serves food, it has an outside area. Black Horse serves real ale. The pub is a member of Cask Marque.

  • Beer, burgers and the beautiful game. Large, friendly Lewes pub serving a good selection of ales and lagers, famous for it's burgers and sport.

  • The Pelham Arms is a traditional pub at the top of Lewes High Street, with nice ales, wine & food & relaxed friendly service... but I might tweet anything!

  • Head to the Lewes Arms for a true taste of Sussex with delicious home-cooked dishes prepared using locally sourced produce wherever possible.

  • Purveyors of Amazing Ale, Wonderful Wine and the finest selection of Premium Spirits & Liqueurs in Lewes. Regular Live Entertainment too!

  • Centrally Located On Lewes High Street We Are On A Mission To Provide You With The Finest Quality Harveys Ales, Wines & Food.

  • The Royal Oak is a smart, contemporary pub in the heart of the historic and quintessentially English town of Lewes; the picturesque County town of East Sussex.

  • A friendly and charismatic pub at the end of Southover High St in Lewes, serving local Harveys ales and excellent food. Beautiful sunny beer garden and ample car parking.

  • The Dorset is one of Harvey & Son’s oldest pubs, built in 1670 on the site of an illegal workhouse, and is about 100 steps from the famous Bridge Wharf brewery. Parts of the original building still form areas of the pub today.

  • The Snowdrop Inn was named to commemorate the Lewes Avalanche of 1836, one of the worst natural disasters in British history.

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