Found this on way to our B&B for the May day bike weekend Hastings,and couldn't have found a nicest pub to stop for a rest. we walked in and was greeted by Neil the land lord who served us, we sat near the bar and chatted to Neil and a couple with a baby, it was so nice to be made welcome not coming from the area, I asked if food was served as it was sunday and getting late in evening, unfortunately it wasnt, but Neil kindly offered to make me some toasted sandwiches, I thanked him but declined as we could find a fish and chip shop in Hastings close to our B&B.we had a drink and chatted and said we would pop in before we left on the Tuesday before we left to go home. We went in on the Monday and had a meal which was very nice and looked around the lovely quirky old pub with the amazing well.we left and said we will be back next may and we will be popping in alot more for lovely meals and good company and service, highly recommend. good luck Neil your doing a fab job of keeping a pub just as it should be, with lovely proper homemade food and atmosphere, see you next May :)
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