The Blackboys Inn

Historic Inn in Blackboys, East Sussex

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The Blackboys Inn Lewes Road
East Sussex
TN22 5LG

The Blackboys Inn, Blackboys

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The Blackboys Inn is a 14th Century public house and restaurant located in the pretty hamlet of Blackboys situated on the outskirts of Uckfield, East Sussex with many nearby attractions including Bluebell Railway Sheffield Park Gardens Lewes Castle and The Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum. The Blackboys Team have been introducing exciting new menus and offering superb hospitality as well as offering traditional home cooked Sunday Roasts. To accompany your meal there is a superb selection of Fine Harveys Ale and also an excellent wine selection.

And now you can stay with us too! Recently renovated to an exceptionally high standard most of our rooms are spread over two floors and decorated beautifully to ensure you of an enjoyable stay in comfortable and luxurious surroundings accompanied by our beautiful countryside and seasonal home cooked food at its best.

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