The Cock Inn 
Peasmarsh

The Inn known as the "Cock" was built during the reign of Charles 11 (1660 -1685) in the year 1670. The origin of the ancient sign the "Cock" dates back to the reign of Richard 1 (1189 - 1199) & refers to the days of chivalry when his knights made their vows at a tournament banquet, before a peacock served up in all its magnificent plumage.

The Inn has seen many changes since it was built, but still retains its original charm and character

The Cock Inn Peasmarsh East Sussex

About Us

The Cock Inn, Peasmarsh, is a friendly village pub, that offers a great selection of food from pub grub to specials plus a traditional Sunday Carvery. Food is served All Day from 12:00

We have a large Patio Garden and Children's Play Area.

Dogs are also welcome in the pub.

Large parties welcome.

We have a Caravan Park at the rear of the Pub. 

We have holiday lets available and we also take Tents and Tourers.

Please use our Contact Form to make any enquiries

Get in touch!

Address

Main Street

Peasmarsh

TN31 6YD Rye, East Sussex

Contact

Hours

Summer Hours:

Sun-Thu: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Fri & Sat 11:00am - 12:00am

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