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Globe Inn, Rye - pub details

Globe Inn

Address: 10 Military Road, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7NX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37973) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rye (0.4 miles), Winchelsea (2.3 miles)

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user reviews of Globe Inn, Rye

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I visited on a saturday afternoon. Had a decent real ale selection of which I had a half of Goody's from Herne. It was very crowded with many people eating. Does not in my opinion and based on this experience feel very much like a pub but more like a restaurant. If an upmarket full on Gastro is your thing then you may like this place. If you dont then avoid, I shall be.
hearson - 18 Oct 2016 09:20
On a tour of 5 Rye pubs this was head and shoulders above the rest. We absolutely loved it. All the beers were local; we had two from Tonbridge and one from Hastings all in excellent condition. The staff were so friendly and welcoming I could have stayed there all evening. We ate as well; the pizzas are great. The inn is on the opposite side of the railway tracks to the town and this makes it easy to park and for us was just over 5 minutes walk from the station. Highly recommended.
Steamer1 - 20 May 2015 17:34
This was our second destination after visiting the Standard. The Globe has also undergone a recent refurb. Its a striking building and the internal changes have enhanced its character. There is little standing space but a lot of very comfortable seating. There is no conventional bar but instead a pier/ table. Unisex loo, a metal trough for a sink, lovely open fires, mix of furniture, designer clutter, it all sounds a bit and even contrived but it works. It had a very homely feel.

Again, food is a big feature and although we didn't eat (fish and chips later in Rye) it looked very good although prices were a bit 'Topy'. I had a couple of Pints of Hastings Brewerys offer, which was very nice as were the staff. I'll be back
Gramsci - 16 Feb 2015 11:14
This pub has just re-opened (9th March 2014) after extensive renovation. What can one say except fantastic! This place is a real hidden gem! They have a good selection of real ales and lager.
The food menu is high quality gastro pub.

The decor is done beautifully with open log fires and a very quirky bar. The outside sitting area is also decorated to a very high standard and will be lovely in the summer.

There is also a local gentleman who can be found frequently using this pub who has a rather large beard and wears a flat chap (Mark). He adds real character to the pub and he's always got a story to tell if you buy him a pint!

If your going to Rye this is the place to be!!
beerconnoisseur - 15 Apr 2014 14:46
Been in here a couple of times now, a bit soulless, beer choice limited (just British Bulldog on when last I visited) but at least it's a local brewery. Very friendly staff - even gave us a couple fo T-bones to take away for the dog - just the bones sadly! For what it's worth the food was very tasty
extownie - 27 Jun 2011 16:41

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