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The Star Inn, Normans Bay - pub details

Address: Normans Bay, Pevensey, East Sussex, BN24 6QG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24224) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cooden Beach (1.6 miles), Normans Bay (2.5 miles), Pevensey Bay (2.5 miles)

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Interesting history and building which is somewhat smothered by the over-the-top nautical theme. Come on guys - let the place breath! Seems to cater to tourists and diners rather then drinkers and was doing a brisk lunchtime trade in food when I visited. That said, the Harveys Best was good but I didn't linger long as I found the pub rather impersonal and soul-less.
halfabitterman - 29 May 2011 18:39
Whether it really dates from the claimed 1402 I don't know, but this is certainly a historic inn with plenty of character inside the pleasant but fairly plain facade. However, some may find the 'olde worlde charm' - with rooms named as the Captains Quarters, Officers Mess, Smugglers Cave, etc. - a bit cheesy. Just two of four handpumps in operation, offering Old Speckled Hen and Harveys (3.20 and a bit hazy, but tasted fine). Food seemed to concentrate on the carvery. Large beer garden and childrens play area across a small river (plus, unusually, an indoor area of electonic games for the youngsters if the weather isn't good outside).
rpadam - 1 Sep 2010 22:45
Nice pint of Harveys, and some very nice food.
Friendly and attentive staff.Great location and nice outside area for the kids.
Lookey - 24 Jul 2010 22:54
we been here a few times,its abit out of the way but when you get there
you will find a nice friendly pub with a good carvery,we like it a lot.
rkb174 - 27 Apr 2009 17:59
First visit here for a few years, and although not as good an ale selection as there used to be the Harveys was good. Very family friendly which can be useful at times, but not if you just want a quiet pint or two.
Floyd - 16 Sep 2007 17:15

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