Hastings' Observer's Pub of the Year

Published on by Sophie Weaver (editor), Reece Webb (writer)

Location(s): Hastings

Just a couple IPA's in Hastings' best Inn (photo: James Sexton)
Just a couple IPA's in Hastings' best Inn
The King's Head Inn has won the Hastings' Observer's Pub of the Year Competition for the second consecutive year. 
 
The Rye pub garnered over 790 votes, but what makes this pub the best in Sussex? We spoke to Lisa Tindel, landlady of the King's Head to find out what makes her establishment deserve the crown. 
 
The King's Head Inn has won the Hastings' Observer's Pub of the Year Competition.
 
The Rye pub garnered over 790 votes, making it the winner of the competition for the second year running. Lisa Tindel, landlady of the King's Head said 'People like what we do, we serve honest, local food. Customers love us, which is great as we love them, hence why we got so many votes.' 
 
The competition is set to begin again next year, with The King's head Inn stepping up once again to defend its crown.

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