Tucked away in the small village of Denton, East Sussex, this 17th century whitewashed Inn is extremely popular with cyclists, thirsty walkers from the South Downs and French tourists fresh from the ferry at Newhaven, a short distance away
A rambling grapevine, wooden shutters and award-winning hanging baskets provide a colourful welcome to visitors who will not be disappointed with the Inn’s cosy open fires and oak beams.
Apart from Denton residents, regular visitors to the pub include local cricket and rugby teams, quizzers, classic motorbike and veteran car enthusiasts, local shoot and horse riders alike. Dogs are always welcome so long as they bring their well behaved owners on a lead. The pub boasts a large secluded garden with a decked dining area.
By car:Denton is 2 miles to the north east of the ferry terminal at Newhaven, and lies east of the A26 from Newhaven to Seaford. From Newhaven take the A259 and turn left towards Denton.
Nearest station: Newhaven Town
From Denton it is 15 minutes by car to Glyndebourne Opera and 40 minutes to Gatwick Airport.