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Eight of us went to this super Inn to celebrate my son’s birthday.
It is Certainly a popular place to eat and drink .
Great starters were enjoyed as were some of the main courses. However 4 of us ordered duck , which unfortunately was...More
Wonderful experience. Excellent service, nothing was too much trouble. The food was really good and on hearing it was my birthday celebration, a candle and a rendition of Happy Birthday was presented with my desert. Beacause the weather was so good we were able to...More
This was our 5th stay. The rooms in the main building are full of character and comfortable. On Saturday nights rooms above the bar can be subject to a little noise from below. Didn't cause us too much inconvenience.
Food was way above normal standard...More
We visited The Griffin Inn for my birthday lunch last November and had an amazingly good experience - friendly staff, excellent food. Decided to return for a Valentine's Day lunch after a long walk. We had a healthy appetite and high expectations. Staff the wrong...More
We just spent two nights at the Griffin with our two adult sons. Pleasant rooms, good shower. A lovely old wood panelled bar with open fire. The staff were all young, friendly and helpful and the pub was impeccably run. Had a great time.
As several others have mentioned below; there is plenty to do in this area if you are members of the National Trust. Brighton is not far away nor is Lewes ..and there are many good pubs in the locality too. You should not... More
As several others have mentioned below; there is plenty to do in this area if you are members of the National Trust. Brighton is not far away nor is Lewes ..and there are many good pubs in the locality too. You should not be bored...!