Welcome to our lovely country pub. Set in the beautiful village of Glynde, East Sussex, within the South Downs National Park we are a traditional village free house specialising in regularly changing local cask ales and world beers by the bottle. The Pub was built in 1865 by John Harvey of Harveys Brewery in Lewes. The land was owned by Henry Trevor, owner of Glynde Estate and the pub is named after him. We bought the pub from Harveys in 2011 and although we are now a free house, we always have at least 1 Harveys beer on tap.
Walkers will find us close enough to the South Downs Way for a lunch stop and we are a stunning walk over Mount Caburn from Lewes. Being literally next door to Glynde railway station makes it easy to head home by train if you get caught up with a hearty meal or trying the real ales.
Mount Caburn and the South Downs dominate our views and provide the perfect backdrop to a family lunch on a sunny day in our huge beer garden. Our food is home cooked and hearty at normal non-Gastro family friendly prices. Watch the paragliders launch themselves from the top of the hill while the children play in our sweet little playhouse or feed the chickens.
In the winter, wood burners blaze away in each of the cosy rooms and you will probably find local farmers, families, walkers and some serious real ale lovers in the bar. Our Toads team did very well in the league last season and we have regular folk and live music nights.