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The Catts Inn, Rotherfield - pub details

Catts Inn
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Address: High Street, Rotherfield, East Sussex, TN6 3LH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31301) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crowborough (1.5 miles), Eridge (3.3 miles), Wadhurst (4.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 9.4/10 (rated by 9 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Kings Arms, Rotherfield (0.0 miles), Welcome Stranger, Crowborough (1.4 miles), Wheatsheaf, Crowborough (1.6 miles), Mark Cross Inn, Mark Cross (1.8 miles), Plough and Horses, Crowborough (1.8 miles)

 

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Lovely village local, a really nice place to spend an evening, be it for a swift pint or a longer session...

Beer is top notch, Harvey's Best always seems to be available and there are usually quite a few guests. Have been some good ones of late - Skinners Betty Stogs, Timothy Taylor Landlord, WJ King Brighton Best, Purity Mad Goose. Food is good too, proper pub grub and reasonable prices

sussexboy - 12 Oct 2013 13:40
The last time I came in here was with mates about 9-10 months ago, didn't post a review out of pity at the time, it was unbelievably horrible, decorated like a tarts boudoir, sticky carpet, landlady drunk on wrong side of bar and someone ordered a Guinness - they got a CAN!!! Then it closed down, no real surprise there - but it opened again a couple of months ago.................

WOW - what a transformation! It gleams, it looks great, and new landlords Jon & Dee are doing a great job. There were 5 real ales on and a cask cider, Harveys, Black Cat, Pedigree, all good - can't remember the others but never mind, they are changing every week and prices sensible. Can't speak highly enough and more power to them
nelly0164 - 8 Aug 2013 17:00
Very friendly and welcoming pub with excellent lunches. Decor a little tired but nothing to detract from an uplifting experience.
cumulus - 22 Apr 2011 16:28
Hadn't realised how much this nice local relied on Craig, but now he's gone sadly, and there are rather too many customers no longer allowed in nearby Crowborough pubs that belong to Pubwatch. I suggets Annie joins Pubwatch which might hit her in the pocket short term, but she'd get a lot of her nicer customers back. Beer's still good though.
nelly0164 - 23 Feb 2010 13:33
What a great village pub. Full of very friendly locals every night of the week and with the friendliest landlord and landlady you will ever meet. They have transformed this establishment in the two or three years they have been there. Excellent basic pub grub, good beer, darts and a TV that's only occasionally on, mainly for big name sport and at low or no volume. It's a classic atmosphere that one had thought had disappeared from pubs years ago. Mixture of hard chairs, tables and sofas. A previous post mentioned a number of chavs frequenting the place, but that was only for a short period and they have moved on to pastures new. A great place for a quiet but friendly drink.
Hammer6 - 11 Aug 2008 17:26

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