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The Kings Head, North Chailey - pub details

Address: East Grinstead Road, North Chailey, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 4DH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32413) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Plumpton (3.8 miles), Wivelsfield (4.7 miles), Haywards Heath (4.7 miles)

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Yet another change of ownership and the return of a "games room" with pool, darts, quiz machine etc.

Whether this is a good move or not remains to be seen but when I popped in for a beer, the Dark start Hophead was good and the rather young looking chap behind the bar was friendly and helpful and certainly seemed to know what was what.


gareth1011 - 21 Oct 2013 16:34
Whether this pub did re-open in June or not is hard to say. Since it's closure it seems to have changed hands several time been open briefly then closed again, had "To Let" signs outside and furniture going in and out.

Now it is open.

There are three Greene King ales on offer, IPA, Abott and Speckled Hen and three guest ales, Dark Star, Titanic and Timothy Taylor's when I visited. I tried the three guest ales and all were well kept.

The food is at the higher end of pub food with a few standard dishes and a few more imaginative offerings and what we had was very good. A little on the pricey side but not too much.

The pub has three distinct areas, a bar area, which has seating, a snug area where you have arm chairs and sofas as well as tables and chairs so you can eat there, and a proper restaurant area.

The staff are friendly and helpful too. All of this will hopefully this will bring about a period of stability for this pub.
gareth1011 - 15 Dec 2012 13:08
Currently closed & undergoing a refurbishment. Looks ike someone's spending a lot of money - opening early June according to the sign outside
c_and_j - 29 May 2012 20:47
Under new management I hear.
c_and_j - 7 Oct 2011 21:44
Vastly improved by the current landlord and lady who are affable folk with a desire to bring the locals back. The Greene King ales are well kept and the food is straight forward pub grub.

The down side is that it's predominantly a lager and football pub so if like me, you are into neither, you will find yourself a little out-of-place.


gareth1011 - 16 Jun 2009 14:23

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