1 High Street, East Hoathly, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6DR
Website 01825 840238
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The Kings Head is a Grade II, listed property set in the conservation area of the village of East Hoathly.

Currently trading as a free house using local produce where possible and of course the handcrafted beers from the brewery next door. It is listed in several guide books. Formally a winner of CAMRA South East Sussex pub of the year. Free Wi-Fi is available (Kings Head) Food Cooking is a passion with all concerned bringing together some interesting ideas, with best quality at a reasonable price the objective. We use fresh ingredients and make our own pastry and sauces. There is a lunchtime menu available early afternoon and a dinner menu in the evening (see menus). These are supplemented with a specials board showing an ever changing list of daily delights such as homemade short crust pies, local fish dishes and other homemade delights. There is always a choice of two roast dinners on Sunday with a host of fresh vegetables reasonably priced at £8.50. The dessert board also changes with the season–all being made and baked in-house at £4.90 each. Drinks Local handcrafted ales start at £3.00 per pint with a choice of lagers, Guinness, Old English Cider and a good variety of soft drinks. Importantly we make fresh bean to cup ground coffee. Private Parties We have two private rooms and look to accommodate up to 20 or 50 persons seated for meals. These can interlink for a larger number people and a buffet. Please contact us with your requirements so we can oblige you with a quote. Outside There is seating to the front from April to October and the listed garden is open during the same period to the rear. There is some parking to the front and plenty of unrestricted road parking in London or Waldron Roads

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Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!