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The Ash Tree Inn, Battle - pub details

Address: Brown Bread Street, Ashburnham, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 9NX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31946) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Battle (5.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Ash Tree Inn, Battle

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Visited last week while on a short break in the area, Tuesday night so fairly quiet, but got steadily more busy as the evening went on, dog friendly and serve good food, well priced, the two girls working on the night were courteous ,very helpful and a credit to the place. Good pint of Harveys, and the wine good quality as well. Hard to find, but well worth the effort. 10/10 from me.
dannysboy - 22 Jun 2013 20:31
Excellent little pub, with superb food at a very reasonable prices. Was here early in January and very warm and cosy it was. Not a great range of beers, but well kept. Try the steak and you won't be disaponted.
ParsonDarby - 29 Jun 2011 22:48
Ate here last night. Lots of fires lit in various areas of the pub kept it nice and cosy. Friendly service from staff. Good choice of well-priced food, and so many different areas to eat in that you could choose your ambience from restaurant to pub. A very enjoyable evening, although the Harveys (which I like) was a little too cold.
anorienteer - 27 Oct 2010 11:31
3 of us walked here from Catsfield via the 1066 trail today, lunchtime weds 5th May 2010.
We met 2 other friends there.
Beer on hand pump was Harveys and it was in good condition, at the right temperature and reasonably priced these days at 2.80 a pint.
There was the usual stocks of Lagers, Keg beers, Wines and Spirits.
We all ate and all enjoyed our meals.
I and a friend had a gorgeous Lamb Casserole with new potatoes and fresh veg at 10.50.
Another friend had Ham Eggs and Chips at 7.95, another; Baked Salmon, new potatoes and fresh vegetables and the last a Mushroom and Bacon Tagliatelle.
There looked a good range of sweets but we were all more than satisfied with our main courses.
The pub was busy but service was still reasonable with always a friendly smile and a little enjoyable repartee from the landlady and her staff.
I Have HEARD of others getting a below average meal here BUT I speak as I find and vote with my feet. I enjoyed this lovely quaint old English pub in the middle of nowhere and I shall be returning. Thanks Ash Tree!
For me 9 10.
Might have been nice to have had a guest cask ale (realale) but I doubt there is sufficient turn over for it.

roberttherambler - 5 May 2010 18:32
Tucked away unspoilt rural idyll north of the road between between Battle and Herstmoceux. Village bar with pool table and a separate dining area. There's a couple of tables by the roadside at the front and a nice enclosed garden at the rear. There's no through traffic, except horses, so sitting outside at the front with a pint and a newspaper is most pleasurable! Harveys beer, good value homecooked menu.

Limited opening times in the week, and I believe closed all day on Mondays.
sussexred - 4 Aug 2009 15:56

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