Griffin Inn

East Sussex - Fletching

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II

High Street
TN22 3SS

Tel: (01825) 722890



Real ale & Cider: Real Ale

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16th-century with 18th century frontage three-roomed village pub with a lot of 1930s fittings. The bar on the right has 1930s fielded panelled walls to picture frame height all around, a fielded panelled counter and a 1930s brick fireplace. There is a narrow island mirrored bar back serving both bars which looks at least inter-war. The left bar has fielded panelled walls all around, 1930s brick fireplace, square panelled bar counter and same bar back. It has been opened-up to the third room on the left which panelled walls but a lot of it looks modern work and the fireplace looks to be a 1930s one. This area / room has carved beams on the ceiling. A fourth room, the gun room, on the left has been brought into use and has a 1930s brick fireplace. New restaurant at rear. Piers Morgan grew up upstairs here - his parents pub.

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