Pubs in Old Leigh



CAMRA 

(Campaign for Real Ale)


Two of Old Leigh's Pubs, The Crooked Billet and The Ship, have both been featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and The Mayflower was the winner of the South East Pub of the Year 2014


The Crooked Billet

The Ship


THE CROOKED BILLET

51 High Street, Old Leigh

This listed building was built in the early 16th Century and has a rendered brick frontage covering the original timber frame. Although small inside, this pub is very popular and during the warmer weather people are able to sit outside.


THE PETER BOAT

27 High Street, Old Leigh

This building replaces the original Peter Boat, which was completely destroyed by fire in 1892. A very busy pub, especially in the summer when families are able to eat and drink outside overlooking the sea.


THE SMACK

7 High Street, Old Leigh

The original Smack was on the opposite side of the road, but this was demolished in 1855 to make way for the railway.  A busy family pub at all times of the year.


THE SHIP

New Road, Old Leigh

An old established pub which is popular with the locals.  It is situated on the main road across the railway bridge.


THE MAYFLOWER

5-6 High Street, Old Leigh

The Mayflower offers well kept ales and a broad range of lagers, wines and spirits. Winner of the CAMRA South East Pub of the Year 2014