George and Dragon, Dragons Green
Telephone: 01403 741320
Owner: Mr Jon Ewers and Mr Simon Corby
Tenant / Lessee: N/A
Landlord: Mr Jon Ewers and Mr Simon Corby
Real Ale: Yes - 4 local beers
Real Cider / Perry: Yes
Free House: Yes
Website: Yes www.thegeorgeanddragon.co
Facebook: Yes Join
Twitter: Not found
Free Wifi: Yes
Child friendly: Yes
Dog friendly: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Disabled access: Yes / No
In a beautifully renovated cottage style stable, two en-suite double rooms, perfect for a special break or a business stay.
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 12 - 2.30pm
Evening: Wednesday - Saturday 6pm - 8.30pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 3.30pm
Friday and Saturday 12 - 11pm
Sunday 12 - 10.30pm
Monday - Thursday 12 - 3pm
Friday and Saturday 12 - 3pm and 6 - 9pm
Sunday lunch 12 - 4pm
Large,, well kept garden, pool table, darts, wide screen, tv, Sky Sports, dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks
200-year-old rustic pub with wooden beams and garden, serving real ale and classic food, plus rooms.
The George and Dragon is a small pub, usually decorated with flowers, in an idyllic setting on a quiet lane. There is a small flag-stoned bar inside the pub and a large, grassy garden to the rear.
In 2012, the pub changed ownership/management and re-opened after refurbishment. It’s now a freehouse with beers, for example Brighton Best and Hophead, from several Sussex breweries.
Rather strangely, there is a gravestone, of the albino son of a former innkeeper, in the front garden. The grave is in the church but the gravestone was removed by the vicar, apparently because of the inscription, so the parents put the memorial in their pub garden.
Note 1: Previously owned by King and Barns - their old sign is still on the side of the pub.
Note 2: Record revisited 06/10/2018