A POPULAR pub next to the Seven Sisters cliffs reopens today after a major renovation.

Since June 27 an extensive renovation has transform both the interior and exterior of the country pub next to the Exceat Bridge. The pub, near the remote shingle beach at Cuckmere Haven, is popular among ramblers and tourists visiting the white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters.

The Argus: The new-look Cuckmere Inn

Changes include the addition of a private dining area, a new garden and interiors. Along with a new look, the relaunched Cuckmere Inn has introduced an all-new food offering.

In addition to lunch and dinner, the pub will now offer a brunch menu which boasts a selection of brunch dishes from 9am until midday Monday to Saturday and 11.30am on Sundays.

The Argus: The new-look Cuckmere Inn

The new dinner menu includes chargrilled skewers, stonebaked pizzas, steaks and roasts. Darren Smith, general manager at The Cuckmere Inn, said: “We’re working hard to create a truly unique and stimulating experience for our guests and are so excited to unveil the new Cuckmere Inn to the local area.

The Argus: The new-look Cuckmere Inn

“The changes that are currently underway are all centred around creating an original country pub with a real difference. The new Cuckmere Inn will provide both our regulars and first-time guests with an exciting location to enjoy high-quality dining in beautiful surroundings.

“Both myself and the whole team are incredibly excited to open the doors and welcome guests to experience the new Cuckmere Inn for themselves, we hope that they love the transformation.”

The Argus: The new-look Cuckmere Inn

The Cuckmere Inn is run by Vintage Inns, with sister pubs The Beachy Head and The Smuggler's Rest at Peacehaven nearby.

Locals still remember when it was called the Golden Galleon.

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