All double en-suites have a comfortable double bed, flat screen TV with DVD player, wifi access and tea and coffee making facilities. The modern en-suites have shower facilities. Ground floor rooms are available.
The family room is en-suite and is split over two floors, with a comfortable double bed downstairs and two comfortable single beds upstairs. The room has a flat screen TV with DVD player, wifi access and tea and coffee making facilities. The modern en-suites has shower facilities.
With a roaring fire for cold winter nights and a picturesque secluded garden for long summer days, the Greyhound is a traditional English pub steeped in local history. Whether you're looking for a quick pint of local Sussex ale or a three course feast, accompanied by wine from our carefully chosen wine list, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you. And if you're looking for somewhere to have breakfast then come and join us on weekends from 9am to 11am.
At the Greyhound we use locally sourced produce to prepare our delicious food and you will find lots of choice, from classic British pub food, (try our home-made pies or Harveys battered cod), to a lighter bite. You are sure to be tempted by something on offer, maybe leaving room for our delicious homemade desserts.
As well as serving great food and drink, you can stay in our cosy Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the converted stables, or celebrate a special occasion in our private function room.
At the Greyhound there is always something going on, be it live music, quiz nights, the Bewl Barrel Race, or our monthly curry club. To find out more about what's happening check our news and events page.
Whether you come to eat, drink or stay, we look forward to welcoming you to our pub.
Shula & Dan
Children's play area
Activities and Experiences
Golf - driving range
till 22:00 Early check-in available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Trainfrom Wadhurst Train Station(1.0 miles)
Turn right out of the station and continue along station road. Station road turns into the High Street, continue along the High Street and the Greyhound is at the end of the parade of shops opposite NatWest.
Roadfrom A21 - travelling South(5.0 miles)
From the A21, take the turning signposted Wadhurst & Scotney Castle & bear left onto the B2169. At the crossroads turn left onto The Slade (B2100). Continue for approx 3 miles, until you reach a T-junction. Turn left onto Wadhurst High Street. Continue along the High Street until the end of the parade of shops and the Greyhound is on your right opposite NatWest.
Roadfrom A21 - travelling North(5.0 miles)
From the A21, take the turning for Ticehurst (B2087). After approx 1.8 miles you will reach a T-junction, turn right onto the B2099. Continue along this road until you reach Wadhurst, approx 3.5 miles. The Greyhound is at the beginning of the parade of shops on your left, opposite NatWest.