The Three Oaks Pub
- Dog friendly pub in Three Oaks
- Delicious food served 7 days a week
- Take away available
- Real ales, lagers & fine wines
- Set deep in the Sussex countryside
- Beer garden with plenty of seating
The Three Oaks Pub - Dog Friendly Pub In Three Oaks, East Sussex
The pub is situated in the delightful little village of Three Oaks, Set deep in the Sussex countryside and on the 1066 walk route. Once inside this genuine country pub, which has been in service for over 150 years or more, you will not be disappointed.
With its burning fires, low beams and chunky wood furnishings, throughout the myriad of bar areas and restaurant, small snug sofa areas, adorned with loads of old brass, jugs, ancient farming tools, and even cash tills, as well as the collection of JD bottles!
Whether your here to drink and chat with the locals or eat or both, you can enjoy a selection of real ales, lagers, both draught and bottled, fine wines, and properly prepared home cooked food until your heart's content.
The Three Oaks Pub & Resturant is situated in the Village of Three Oaks, just outside Hastings the building is approx 150 years old, and was a coaching inn, and a hotel, and over the years has been added too, with a new restaurant at the far end, and toilets and a pool room at the back.
The Pub serves food all day 7 days a week, and offers a fantastic range of beers, lagers, wines and spirits,
The Kitchen serves good locally sourced ingredients, and offers large portions, and great tasting real pub grub, with amazing specials that change daily, and mouth-watering desserts, what more could you ask for! We have a beer garden with plenty of seating, and outside seating at the side, as well as a raised decking area near to the car park.
We have theme nights, music nights, fund raising evenings and an active pool team playing on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
“Great village pub, food is amazing, very dog friendly as long as yours are, there's often a varied variety of dogs with there owners enjoying a quick drink after walking the dog on the 1066 walk which is behind, or enjoying a nice meal. You can even visit this pub by train too! Mondays to Saturdays the trains stop hourly but every two hours for each direction.”
- Dave & Sue