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Blackboys Inn, Blackboys - pub details

Address: Lewes Road, Blackboys, East Sussex, TN22 5LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14029) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Buxted (2.6 miles), Uckfield (3.2 miles)

Brewery: Harveys

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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other pubs nearby:

Hare and Hounds, Framfield (1.6 miles), Star, Waldron (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Blackboys Inn, Blackboys

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Food pretty good and not too pricey. Try the steak and kidney pudding. Out of this world!

They usually have 3 Harvey's beers on: it's a Harvey's tied house after all. It's a Cask Marque rated pub but the beer can be a bit variable.
WipersTom - 23 Mar 2013 20:23
Had a lovely lunch in reastaurant part with family - good service and well prepared steak & Harveys ale pie & veg. The new management are obviously trying their best to maintain a good reputation. Settled in bar after, very cosy but surpisingly quite for Bank Holiday week. Recession seems to be taking its toll- even on the good pubs.
Johnny_G - 9 Sep 2011 14:34
Wishing Paul & all the team good luck in their new venture, great party, you'll be sadly missed. Well done for making The Blackboys one of England's truly great pubs.
MrReview - 5 Jun 2011 14:34
This place was a little strange. It's probably more of a restaurant than a pub. But drinkers do appear to be welcome. There appears to be multiple rooms. We opted for a Moroccan themed room, which although not quite having the weather, vaguely resembled restaurants in Marrakech. The ales were slightly different to Morocco too, in that they actually had some. Harveys Best Bitter, Old Ale, Hadlow Bitter and the 8% Christmas Ale were all on. Addlestones was the cider. Most amusing was watching the antics of the landlady and all of the staff. It made Fawlty Towers seem quite sane. But they were all friendly enough and we left feeling mildly amused. Not a drinkers' pub. But certainly an experience.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Jan 2011 21:34
went again this weekend what a difference from our last visit.
its back on track glad we gave it a second chance, still a few issues, not enough staff but the food was much better, well done. We will keep going.
amen86 - 29 Nov 2010 12:39

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