Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

Winter Opening Hours

Mon 4PM - 8PM

Tues - Thursday 4PM - 10PM

Friday - Sunday 12PM - 10PM

We are Now open inside for Meals With Social Distancing Rules Applied

Food is Served

Monday No food Sorry

Tuesday - Thursday 5PM - 8PM

Friday - Saturday 12PM-8PM

Sunday 12PM - 7PM


Due to Current Covid-19 Restrictions we can no longer Do Our Carvery

However we can offer a Sunday Roast

Sundays 12:30 - 3 PM 

£9.95 - Kids £4.95 

Booking is advisable

Phone To book on 01797 230281

We also have a Snack Shack In the Pub Car Park

This Is Open Every Day

7:30 AM - 2PM

5PM - 8PM

Sundays 8AM - 12 PM 5PM - 8PM 

Click Here for the Take Away Menu


The Cock Inn 

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 & 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. (Currently due to Covid-19 Restrictions we are unable to offer the Carvery) 

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

Dogs are also welcome in the pub.

Large parties & Coaches welcome.

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

We have holiday lets available & we also take Tents & Small Motor homes.

Please use our Contact Form to make any enquiries

Get in touch!


Main Street


TN31 6YD Rye, East Sussex



Summer Hours:

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


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