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The Sloop Inn, Scaynes Hill - pub details

Sloop Inn

Address: Sloop Lane, Scaynes Hill, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 7NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15021) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haywards Heath (3.7 miles), Wivelsfield (5.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Bessemer Arms, Sheffield Park (1.3 miles), Farmers Inn, Scaynes Hill (1.4 miles)


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Isfield Straw Blonde and Downlands Truleigh Gold were sampled and both found to be in good condition. Harveys Best and a cask cider were also available but not sampled on this visit.
MrTerrific - 30 Aug 2013 15:42
I have attempted to visit the pub every July for the last five years. If you arrive early on a Sunday evening, the kitchen will have closed just moments earlier, despite being advertised as being open.
If you arrive and only order chips, you will be refused service, as it is not possible just to cook chips as this is a cheap meal, and what would happen if someone else arrived wanting a full main course while the deep fat fryer was busy helping you out? Yes, this did really happen to us.
This year my group of happy campers have already made me promise that we will never go to the Sloop Inn again. We won't be going.
Brown0wl - 10 Apr 2013 17:36
Just the place to be on a brisk Autumn day. Splendid pint of 'Toad in the Ale' and a big juicy burger. My companions opted for the Irish stew and did comment that a chunk of crusty bread would have made it perfect - a comment I passed on and which the manager said he would consider. Yippee!!!! Could happily have stayed all afternoon.
REVERENDBAZ - 28 Oct 2012 10:23
I don't know if there has been a change of management again but the menu has been de-poncified. I actually like the previous menu as it was a bit different, now it's good pub fare.

Still a good pub either way but I wish they would turn the bass on the music down a bit, it distorts horribly!
gareth1011 - 21 Oct 2012 11:08
The Sloop is now on the map again. As mentioned by the previous contributor, it is now a free house and so much better for it.

Ales from Harveys and Hammerpot breweries were on offer, I tried both and both were well kept. The food was excellent and bit different but still reasonably priced and the landlord and landlady were very friendly and welcoming.

I was there on a Saturday lunchtime and the pub was full, which is unusual for a pub which is well away from both housing and shops.

Dogs are allowed as are children but children sitting at the bar with their toys on the bar? Come on.
gareth1011 - 30 Jan 2012 18:24

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