A-Z guide to pubs on our network.
Ardingly The Oak Inn - on Route 272
- Dating back to 1625, this free house pub has great character, and is also popular for its food. Ardingly itself is an attractive village and well worth a stroll around to explore
Ashington The Red Lion - on Route 23
- This smart pub in the centre of Ashington offers a range of tasty food to accompany the wide choice of drinks available.
Ashurst Wood The Maypole Inn - on Route 270 and 291
- A small real ale pub in Maypole Road, located a short walk from our War Memorial bus stop.
Bletchingley The Whyte Harte Hotel on Route 400
- Dating back to 1388, this lovely hotel is happy to offer food and drink to passing visitors. Accommodation is available in some very stylish and historic rooms. The village itself is also very attractive.
Bolney The Eight Bells on Route 273
- This pretty pub which offers selected real ales, is set in the heart of the village.
Brighton The Windmill near to Routes 270, 271, 272 and 273
- The Windmill is a cozy meeting place for friends and family just a stone throw away from the centre of Brighton. The pub has a south facing Sun Terrace that catches the sun (when it’s out) all day long! Inside, the venue welcomes you with its warm open fire and artistic décor. A menu with evolving Specials is available daily until 10pm. Also available alongside Sunday Roasts.
The pub is dog friendly and even have doggy roasts available!
Caterham-on-the-Hill The Golden Lion on Route 400
- Recently re-opened, this pub offers visitors a warm welcome, food and drink.
Chelwood Gate The Red Lion on Route 270
- This is a Shepherd Neame pub, which is set in the heart of the Ashdown Forest. It offers some tasty food, and features a large garden area with plenty of space to sit and sip a drink while watching the world go by.
Colemans Hatch The Hatch Inn on Route 291
- The pub is actually a row of three former cottages built in 1430. Once known as a smugglers' haunt deep in the heart of the countryside, the Hatch Inn has featured in many reviews, and always achieved a high rating. It has also been featured in several television shows in recent years. Good dining, plus an extensive wine list help to make this pub somewhere really special.
Copthorne Dukes Head on Route 272, 281, 291 and 400
- Quality dining and drinks are the order of the day at this popular establishment. Why not treat yourself for that special occasion or family get together?
Crawley Down The Royal Oak on Route 272, 281 and 291
- Located beside our bus stops in the village centre, this pub was extensively refurbished in 2003. Why not sample something from the menu and wine list, or perhaps have a coffee and light snack.
Dormansland The Plough on Route 281
- A popular country pub, which is at the heart of the local community it serves. The Plough offers a good selection of food, in addition to the liquid refreshments available.
Felbridge The Star Inn on Route 281, 291 and 400
- The Star offers a warm welcome, and with a good variety of food on the menu. A Premier Inn hotel offering overnight accommodation is just next door, should you wish to stay in the local area.
Forest Row Chequers Inn Hotel on Route 270 and 291
- Tracing its history back to 1452, this quality establishment offers plenty of reasons to make a break in your journey, and perhaps also to explore the selection of independent shops to be found in Forest Row.
Godstone Hare And Hounds on Route 400
- This pub, located on the north side of the Village Green, is over 400 years old, and offers good food and drink all year round. The bus stop is right outside, and there is a picturesque view across the Green, making this a popular spot.
Godstone Bell Inn on Route 400
- A varied menu awaits visitors to this pub, which although much rebuilt over the years, has timbers dating back to the 15th century. Exploring the delightful historic village of Godstone will add to the pleasure of a visit.
Groombridge The Crown Inn on Route 291
- Dating from 1585, this pub was once frequented by the notorious smugglers called the 'Groombridge Gang'. The pub is at the end building in a terrace of elderly cottages, and it looks out across the old village green. The pub is a short stroll up from Groombridge Place and you will find our bus stop right outside.
Handcross Red Lion on Route 271 and 273
- A Chef and Brewer pub, you will find good food in addition to the drinks on offer. An ideal place to visit is Nymans Garden (NT) , just a short walk down the road from the pub. It dates from 1280, although was rebuilt as recently as 1540!
Hartfield The Anchor on Route 291
- This lovely country free-house pub was once quite the opposite of freedom, being a former workhouse, despite its rural location. Customers can now take a break from work and enjoy a drink and bite to eat here, relaxing and watching the world go by from the pub's wooden veranda.
Langton The Hare on Route 291
- Rebuilt in 1901 after a fire destroyed the original pub, this imposing pub is popular both for its drinks and its range of food. The 291 stops right outside.
Patcham Black Lion on Route 273
- A friendly, busy and lively family pub, it is part of the Harvester chain, offering a good selction of meals at reasonable prices.
Pease Pottage Black Swan on Route 271 and 273
- This pleasant Hall & Woodhouse village pub is over 100 years old, and the heart of the old village. Recent expansion of housing has not altered its charm.
Selsfield Common The White Hart Inn on Route 272
- This 14th century cotttage location mainly offers restaurant food but is happy to serve you real and and bar food too.
Staplefield Jolly Tanners on Route 271
- A friendly and popular independently run free house, this pub has a good reputation for its real ale and home-cooked food. Visiting the pub is a great reason to ride the pretty 271 route, but watch the bus times, as the service is not intensive.
Turners Hill The Crown on Route 272
- Located facing the small village green, this pub is very handy for our bus routes serving Turners Hill. Food is served here also, so why not call in for a visit soon?
Turners Hill Red Lion on Route 272
- A well respected old pub, offering, by all accounts, some lovely home-made fare, plus real-ale refreshment too!
Withyham Dorset Arms on Route 291
- Originally a rural farmhouse built in the 15th century, this building has been a public house for over 200 years. It offers food and drink in a pleasant setting, and our 291 bus stop is just outside.
Wych Cross The Roebuck Hotel on Route 270
- Part of the Old English Inns chain, this popular restaurant and pub is located in the heart of the Ashdown Forest. Why not call in for refreshments before or after exploring the local area? The building itself dates from the 17th century, and is perfectly located for diners, drinkers or explorers arriving on the 270 bus.
Metrobus do not in any way guarantee the standard of food, drink, or service you may receive, and by listing these establishments, Metrobus are making no reccommendation concerning their merit.