Food & Drink
Food & Drink at Firle
Visitors to Firle Beacon hill climb can enjoy a wide range of food and drink in the local area in some of the pubs, restaurants and tea rooms conveniently located on the Firle Estate.
The Ram Inn
The Ram Inn has been part of the village of Firle for over 500 years. A warm and friendly atmosphere, exquisite food and wide selection of wines, beers and ales await all visitors. Should you be spending longer here, The Ram Inn has several rooms available for bed-and-breakfast.
The local shop and post office stocks a wide variety of locally-grown food, snacks, drinks and essentials. Please note, Firle Stores closes for an hour each day, between 13.00 and 14.00 for lunch and is open on Sundays during the summer.
The Barley Mow
The Barley Mow is conveniently located off the A27 in the village of Selmeston on the fringes of The Firle Estate. It offers a children’s play area within a large garden, a good traditional menu, wine tasting evenings and quiz nights, with a variety of beers and lagers on tap.
Beanstalk Cottage Tea Room
This charming tea room is open during the summer months offering those lucky enough to find it a wide range of excellent cakes and teas within a beautiful garden at the foot of Firle Beacon.
Middle Farm is a farm shop and working farm that is open to the public throughout the year. Tthere is a restaurant serving freshly cooked local dishes and produce. A separate shop at the farm offers a world-class collection of local and national ciders, ales and perries.
The Cricketers Arms
Located within the beautiful and quiet village of Berwick on The Firle Estate, The Cricketers’ Arms boasts an award winning garden offering scenic views of the Downs. The restaurant serves locally sourced dishes and is known for its Harveys Cask ales.