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White Horse Inn, Bodle Street Green

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user reviews of the White Horse Inn, Bodle Street Green

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A good time for an update as the previous owners have recently retired after many years in the trade. The new owners have created a pleasant outside seating area leading to a garden which the new owner tells me he hopes to have ready for next spring. There is a new food menu which Mrs Ropey and I hope to try out soon though our most recent visit was after once again after enjoying a walk in the beautiful East Sussex countryside. Enough of the non-beer stuff, the tried and tested formula remains of two well-kept real ales. Well kept Harveys Best and when we visited Elgood's Buzz Light Beer, a honeyed golden ale which, on a warm and sunny day was excellent. Weston's Stowford Press for Mrs R. This is still a delightful rural free house.
ropey2 - 12 Sep 2014 21:09
Lovely traditional rural pub.
chrissmith - 15 Nov 2013 09:32
A year since my last visit nothing as changed one of those little gems, beer great and what can you say about the pie 10/10
dogtrain - 22 Nov 2012 20:44
Called in for lunch on one of those wonderful sunny days this week - the food is well presented and reasonably priced. Best of all the pub doesn't fall into the trap of offering too many real ales that wouldn't turnover quickly enough. Unsurprisingly, Harvey Best is the permanent (and a good pint it was too) with Wells Bombadier as the current guest ale - also well kept. Stowford Press, Mrs Ropey's favourite, was the cider. Reasonably priced and with a friendly welcome. Traditional opening hours during the week but this pub, set in the heart of beautiful East Sussex countryside, is one of those worth seeking out and using lest we lose them.
ropey2 - 30 Mar 2012 21:41
Lovely pub two very good beers on and the food was great will call back again.
dogtrain - 20 Nov 2011 15:14
Popped in for lunch and a few drinks last week. Great food and excellent wine. Very welcoming people.
angelamelia - 13 Jun 2011 11:47
Traditional pub serving real Ales. Lovely pub food. Very Friendly staff
A really nice little country pub!
blondie2010 - 16 Oct 2010 18:16
Pub was recommended by locals as a good place for food. Called in on Subday evening 20th Sept and when we eventually got the attention of the person behind the bar we enquired about a table for 3 people. Was told curtly that "we are not doing food" despite the menues posted outside. No explaination/ apology. We never went back. Our average spend each evening for that week was 90.00. Lost business for want of proper custumer relations.
AMICIBON - 29 Sep 2009 09:27
Visited early on a quiet Sunday evening and were only customers! Excellent pint of Thwaites Lancaster Bomber, also had Harveys Sussex Best Bitter.
Highbury - 12 Jul 2006 13:09

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