The Smugglers Inn, Pevensey

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The Smugglers Inn, Wealden

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High Street, Pevensey, East Sussex

  • This is one of the most important historic sites in England, for it was here that William the Conqueror landed with 700 boats in 1066. Andrew Borde, a monk, scholar and physician to Henry 8th lived in the town. He is best , locals knew, for his work, Merry Tales of the Mad Men of Gotham. The pub exhibits ghostly manifestations. these include a somewhat benevolent spirit. Licensees have often believed they have locked up for the night when there is a loud knock on the door. When they check, they realise they have not bolted it. Inside the entrance is a praying desk with no indication it is for penitent imbibers.

 

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