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The Rose and Crown, Beckley - pub details

Address: Northiam Road, Beckley, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 6SE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3603) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Doleham (4.8 miles), Winchelsea (5.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Hayes Arms Hotel, Northiam (0.9 miles), Crown and Thistle, Northiam (1.2 miles), Mill, Northiam (1.9 miles), Station House, Northiam (1.9 miles)


user reviews of the Rose and Crown, Beckley

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5 real ales were on last saturday, the two we tried were both well kept & at £2.70 a pint good value too. standard pub grub at proper prices (burger £2.70 & ploughmans £6) walked up cross country from Rye, the path leads you out opposite the pub. got the bus back which also stops right outside.
Buckhurstboy - 13 Aug 2013 12:31
I'm very fond of this place, though I don't get in very often. It retains the quality of a real village local (which is what it is) but remains a place where an occasional visitor can feel welcome and at home. Generally a good range of beers, always in my experience in good nick. The landlady is a real character, and presides over a pub which is full of character too.
earlydrinker - 2 Oct 2011 19:15
Village pub split into 3 distinct sections. The section to the left has a pool table and a few sofas, the central section has a more traditional feel, complete with a boar's head and a wood burner, whilst the room to the right is set slightly below the other sections and is presumably used for diners. The pub had a kind of untouched rustic feel, which I quite liked. Beers were Fullers ESB, Thwaites Original, Rother Valley Copper Ale, Timothy Taylor Landlord and Harveys Best Bitter. Ciders were Stowford Press and the rarely seen Stowford Export. I would quite happily return if I didn't live 2 hours drive away.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Jan 2011 21:09
Friendly welcoming local pub, good atmosphere
harryhotdog - 26 Aug 2010 12:57
Alice and Graham are excellent hosts so too are the other bar tenders. We visit England on a regular basis from Australia and we find that Alice has always remembered our names and what we drink. Food great. We get a warm welcome not only from Alice but from the locals themselves. Congratulations to Alice and Graham for a great pub and hospitality, keep up the good work. Mick and Denise
Dee69 - 22 Feb 2010 00:09

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