Yew Tree InnChalvington
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The original part of this pub dates from a 1642 farm worker's cottage, which has been sympathetically extended over the years, by 1860 it was a coaching inn. There are two bars, one with a small inglenook fireplace, and a restaurant area in a conservatory. It boasts ownership of the cricket pitch which has been in continuous use the longest of any in the counry, having been the home of Chalvington and Ripe Cricket Club since 1762. Most of all, this is a welcoming village inn with home prepared food on ofer, hosting two darts teams and the annual Sussex Volkswagen Owners' Club Summer Festival.