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Trevor Arms, Glynde - pub details

Trevor Arms

Address: Glynde, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6SS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13708) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Glynde (0.2 miles), Southease (2.8 miles), Lewes (2.8 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 43 users)
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user reviews of Trevor Arms, Glynde

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Future uncertain.
After losing the Harvey''s tie and been taken over by someone who gutted the place along with its soul, it seems to have succumbed to the inevitable and closed. All signage removed, curtains drawn and clearly hasn''t been open for some time when passing a few days ago.
This was a near perfect village pub which served Glynde very well for many, many years, trying to turn it into a ''gastropub'' for trendies down from London, (or Lewes), was never a very good idea.
I can only hope that it will be taken over by someone with some sense who will try and turn the clock back a bit.....the alternative will be a house with additional housing in the large beer garden, (as was).
ridleyman - 17 Aug 2017 18:25
I wouldn't bother! Awful service. Very rude staff and a manager who likes to belittle you as a way of avoiding a just and reasonable refund.
linesandlight - 15 Jun 2014 20:36
A quick check after a long break (Dec 2013) and things are now desperate at this pub. More staff than punters and the place deserted by locals - like the Marie Celeste much of the time! Staff clearly untrained and inept, if not (in some cases) downright rude. Surely this place must be losing megabucks - how can it possibly stay in business?
sussexguy - 11 Jan 2014 09:06
Visited on a chilly Friday evening last week. First time we've been here since it was taken over and refurbished and were attracted by the food advertised on the website.
It is a large pub with an almost cavernous main bar, but a good selection of ale and cider on tap.
We sat in the 'restaurant' area furthest from the bar which was rather dimly lit and although the pub wasn't cold it wasn't really that warm either. Disappointing to notice at least three open fires that were completely empty and void of a nice roaring fire.
The food however was excellent. We both had the Steak & Ale pie and both agreed that it was the best pie we have had in a pub for a very long time. Proper shortcrust pastry all round, none of this puff pastry rubbish on top of a ceramic dish that other pubs offer these days! The filling was tender, moist and the gravy was delicious. Accompanied with greens and a bowl of chips that were piping hot and plentiful. At under £10 each they were a bargain and we shall certainly revisit to try other pies and the other items they offer on the menu.
Agree with other posters that is lacking a bit in atmosphere but roaring fires would certainly add to the appeal of this pub.
chunkypetersplat - 2 Dec 2013 12:47
This pub is ok, without being great. I found it lacking in atmosphere and a bit expensive, not untypical of other pubs next to stations where it feels transient rather than like a hub of a community.
happychap - 6 Sep 2013 16:28

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