Nestled within the South Downs National Park lies the
historic and picturesque village of Alfriston, one of the many situated along
the famous South Downs Way a popular destination for walkers and ramblers.
Lisa and her team welcome you to the ‘Ye Olde Smugglers
Inne’ steeped in history and situated in Waterloo Square.
The Smugglers has long been a popular watering hole for
visitors and regulars alike. Serving award winning local ales from
micro-brewery “Burning Sky”(Firle) “Longman” (Littlington) to the traditional
“Harvey’s” of Lewes. Guest ales from the
above make seasonal appearances alongside “Holler Boys” from nearby Uckfield.
A varied collection of bottle beers and larger is also
served with a selection of wines and spirits and soft drinks, which are great
by themselves or compliment to a great meal.
Darren Sandalls is the Head Chef at The Smuggles and has
worked his way up the ranks over the past 30 years. Darren actively sources local produce, meat,
fish and vegetables that sit at the core of our traditional menu, reflected in
our Spring/Summer – Autumn/Winter options and daily specials.
The Smugglers boasts a vibrant monthly programme of events
and live music.
Apart from the spacious bar and dining area we have
additional conservatory, terrace and garden space.
Accommodation is comfortable and reflects the quirky and
eclectic nature of a historic building.
Bed and breakfast is available to book through booking.com.