The Ram Inn has been at the heart of the vibrant farming community of Firle for over five hundred years. The rambling old brick and flint building has three main rooms, each with its own open fire lit every day between October and April. The old stable and coach house have been converted into a private dining room and outside 'farmers bar, and the splendid flint-walled garden is perfect for peaceful summer supping under the greengage trees. At the bar you will find artists, walkers, writers, farmers, farriers and vicars, at weekends the garden is usually filled with families and children of all ages. The Ram Inn has built a reputation for really good local food as well as locally produced cask ales. There are also four beautiful bedrooms and an annexe, offering bed & breakfast all year round. Everything on the menu is created in-house using local fresh seasonal ingredients with local produce whenever possible: Lamb and beef from Place Farm whose herds can be seen grazing in the park around Firle Place, game comes from Firle Estate, most of the fish comes from Shoreham, and in the summer the Vicar goes fishing and brings buckets of prawns and mackerel as well as tiny sweet wild strawberries and wild mushrooms from the Downs. The bread is baked every day at FlintOwl bakery in Glynde. The menu changes regularly, sometimes daily depending on what is available. And there is always a roast on Sundays.