This beautiful garden pub, located in the heart of the lively little farming community of Firle, is a must-go for anyone who wants to experience the essence of everything the region is characteristic for: rustic charm, heartfelt people and excellent food. Listed as No. 1 in “Britain and Ireland’s Best Pub Gardens” by the Sunday Times it’s definitely worth a drive, and in spite of its popularity it’s retained its charmingly intimate atmosphere.
Sitting at one of the wooden tables, surrounded by plum and apple trees and listening to the laughter of the elderly farmers having their pint of Sussex bitter, you know that this is what great holiday memories are made of. The menu is top class and as the menu includes locally sourced ingredients you can be sure that everything you’re being served originates from local producers.
The Ram Inn can easily serve as your starting point or destination for one of the various walks across the scenic countryside around Firle and on more nippy days the snug dining rooms are waiting to welcome you to make yourself comfortable. And, who knows, maybe you will spot one of the writers and artists the region traditionally attracts having a drink at the bar.