Poynings Accommodation Pubs and Services

Poynings Accommodation, Camping, Pubs and Services

RambleFest lists details of Poynings accommodation, pubs and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
For accommodation there is the need to walk ¾ into the centre of Poynings Poynings Map
However, on or just off the South Downs Way are The Devil’s Dyke (pub and restaurant) and the Wildflower Cafe (camping and food).

The Devil's Dyke in Brighton

Poynings Accommodation

South Downs Way B&B
Dyke Lane House, The Street, Poynings, Brighton, BN45 7AQ
Tel: 01273 857220
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Type: B&B accommodation
Info: Across the road from the Royal Oak pub. Close to centre of Poynings
“We welcome anyone and everyone, including cyclists, walkers, and dogs. We have secure bike storage, free washing and drying facilities for bikes, dogs, clothes and muddy boots!
We have three ensuite double rooms (with free wifi, radio and TV; tea and coffee making facilities).
A full English breakfast, made from locally sourced sausages and eggs from our own hens, is included in your stay. We offer veggie, vegan, gluten and dairy free alternatives.”

Camping

The Wildflour Cafe
Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill, Saddlescombe Road, near Brighton, BN45 7DE
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Type: Camping (April – September), Cafe (not National Trust)
Info: Café is open March till December – seasonal closing times. The South Downs Way runs through Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill.

Poynings Pubs and Restaurants

The Royal Oak
The Street, Poynings, BN45 7AQ
T: 01273 857 389
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Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: Close to centre of Poynings
“The perfect country to pub to relax after a walk over the South Downs.  Enjoy one of our daily specials – an inventive collection of dishes using locally sourced ingredients or pick one of your favourite pub classics.
Our newly refurbished Barbecue Area has been a great addition this summer, with drinks and food available. 
Our chef prides himself on being able to source interesting ingredients and uses his experience from Italy, France and the UK to create beautiful dishes.”

The Devil’s Dyke
Dyke Road, Poynings, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 8YJ
Tel: 01273 857256
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Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: ¼ mile off the South Downs Way
“The pub restaurant offers an ideal spot to rest after a day exploring the Devil’s Dyke Valley, from which it got its name. According to local folklore the valley is an unfinished trench which was dug by the Devil in an attempt to flood the churches of the Weald. The valley now plays host to The Dyke Golf Club and Dyke Golf Course.”

The Wildflour Cafe
Refer to Camping (above)

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