George InnHigh Street
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First licensed in 1397, the foundations of this splendid flint stone and half-timbered building date back to 1250, and there is a network of smugglers' tunnels leading from its cellars. The bar, the oldest part of the inn, has an impressive inglenook fireplace with a huge copper hood, oak floors and Sussex hop bines decorating the walls. To the rear is the large garden and a heated terrace for those cooler evenings. Good quality food is served here.