The Ram Inn has been at the heart of a vibrant farming community for over five hundred years. A wonderful village local, set in Firle, at the foot of the Downs and in the South Downs National Park. The rambling old building has three main bar areas, each with its own open fire lit every day between October and April. At the bar you will find artists, walkers, writers, farmers, farriers and vicars, and the garden is usually full of families and children of all ages. Now known for really good local food as well as locally produced cask ales, we also have four beautiful bedrooms and offer bed & breakfast all year round.
So what makes The Ram what it is? You can sit outside, in the heart of the village, and have a drink and there are the hills rolling away above the rooftops. As well as being an inn, the Ram was also host to the old travelling courts. The court room which is not as grand as it sounds is at the back of the pub and leads through to the garden and orchard. But it is really the Downs and the generations that have lived upon them and shaped them that have made The Ram what it is and it is that sense of the local that we try to celebrate in as many ways as possible.
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