skip nav  
 

The New Inn, Uckfield - pub details

New Inn
[image 2] [image 3] [image 4] [image 5] [image 6] [image 7] [image 8]

Address: Main Road, Hadlow Down, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 4HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31944) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Buxted (2.4 miles), Crowborough (3.8 miles), Uckfield (4.6 miles)

Are you the Licensee? Click here. ** SPECIAL Royal Summer Sizzler offer! **

> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
> Hotels nearby: Search
> Log in to rate this pub or upload a picture of it.
> Post a comment > Mail a friend

other pubs nearby:

Five Ashes Inn, Mayfield (1.7 miles)

 

user reviews of the New Inn, Uckfield

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

5 most recent reviews of 7 shown - see all reviews

A rare, Spartan rural survivor: single bar with woodblock floor, fixed bench seating, and Victorian shelves and drawers in the bar-back. No modern distractions to convivial chat with the half-dozen locals on a summer Saturday afternoon. Harvey's IPA in tip-top condition. Highly recommended.
Viewfinder - 13 Aug 2017 11:51
Still a great, unspoilt pub. The landlord is committed to keeping it that way and gets a lot of support from the local community. It has a small car park to the right when viewed from the front.

Opening hours: Sat and Sun: 12-24. Mon - Fri 18-24, at time of writing.

Beers on handpump: Harvey's IPA, Best and Old Ale. All in perfect condtion. The IPA is £3.00 a pint, and for SE England, that's cheap! There is a lager on draught for the non beer drinkers.

Quite rightly a CAMRA Heritage Pub.
WipersTom - 2 Jan 2015 11:44
Tastefully spruced up recently with no loss of the excellent character of the pub. Always a relaible pint, sometimes good music sessions. A real rural gem.
steve75 - 6 Jan 2013 15:41
I went here yesterday for a funeral wake in the function room next to the main bar.I think it may have changed ownership recently.The function room is a reasonable size served from a quaint hatch across the entrance foyer.The anaglypta and half boarded interior decor seems to be freshly decorated.There was Harveys Best and Harveys Hadlow Bitter on draught.I had a pint of the latter at 3 a pint.It was very good.The landlord was friendly.The main bar visible through the serving hatch had a few early evening drinkers in.There is seating outside the front on the road and a car park beside the pub.The Gents toilet is round the back in a separate outbuilding which is charmingly old fashioned - it was probably open air once upon a time.The outside of the pub looks freshly painted and a bit smarter from when i have driven past in previous years.I think this pub has character and will benefit from its revamp as long as is does not go into the pastel heritage shades gastro pub poncification territory.The beer was 10/10.
Chirple - 8 Jun 2012 13:56
I call in here sometimes. The landlord is a bit of a character. This pub is pretty much unchanged for the last 50 years, at least, which is a good thing in my book. I tell my grown up kids to enjoy this pub while they can, it's one of a dying breed. Think 'Harvester' at one end of the pub scale, this is at the other end. No food, no carpets, no brass numbers on the tables, very basic but I've never had a bad pint there. Friendly locals and a popular pub with the traction engine crowd. Be there first week-end in June. You will see what I mean.
WipersTom - 21 Nov 2010 15:50

see more reviews
 

got anything to say about this pub?

Please read our reviews policy before posting.
Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here.