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The Bay, Seaford - pub details

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Address: Pelham Rd, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 1EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24226) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Seaford (0.1 miles), Bishopstone (1.1 miles), Newhaven Harbour (2.5 miles)

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The Newhaven folk didn't make a go of this place sadly. The current landlord seems to be trying hard but for me he I smissing the point. Not one decent real ale on when I went back last week. It looks like if you want lagers, meat raffles, croaky harry etc., you will be in luck. Shame not to have at least a couple of well kept ales during Seaford Live. It might have tempted me back.
persist_artist - 16 Sep 2014 18:45
This place has new landlords. Apparently they used to run the Con Club in Newhaven (?) and seem to be spoken of highly by those I've talked to. I really hope they make a go of this place and turn it back into a place I'd like to go to again. Good luck and welcome to Seaford.
persist_artist - 20 Aug 2011 15:35
Jeffisgame is pretty much spot on I'm afraid. You have to pick your time to go here and its best to visit out of peak times if only for the pretty good ale selection. Don't think this place can make its mind up what it wants to be and sadly I think the loud lager punters will have the final say.
persist_artist - 7 Oct 2010 16:20
wot a dump loud music loud punters !
jeffisgame - 26 Sep 2010 20:02
not sure what to make of this one...went in fairly early on a Sunday lunchtime...not many in there (in contrast to Cinque Ports) but good to see tw Otter Ales on. A real trhowback (1930s?) decor wise too...wonder what it's like at other times. In summary probably only worth a passing visit for the beer...

jeremyb - 19 Sep 2010 16:41

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