East Sussex pub wins 2016 Great British Pub of the Year award
Feeling thirsty? Fancy a pint and a bite to eat?
Well, you're in luck as a local pub in East Sussex has just won the much coveted "Great British Pub of the Year" award for 2016
If you head on over to Ditchling, make sure you pop into The Bull as they were named as the top pub in the UK at last night's award ceremony which was held in London.
The Bull also picked up the award for the best freehouse in the country, so it was a pretty successful night all in all.
The award ceremony was organised by The Morning Advertiser and its editor, Ed Beddington was quoted as saying:
“The Bull is the kind of place that everyone wishes was their local, and we’d like to congratulate Dom and his team on running such a superb site, offering great beers, great atmosphere and great food”.
The current licensee at Bull, Dominic Worrall, has been working at the pub for the past 13 years but only acquired the freehold 3 years ago.
The building dates back to the early 16th century, when it was used as an overnight resting place for the monks who kept a medicinal herb garden on what is now the village green. It's ideally located inside the South Downs National Park, which is around 15 minutes away from Brighton.
The pub also has rooms available if you're planning on making a longer stay. To find out more about the venue, or to book a room, you can visit their website here.
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