As you may be aware it has been 10 years since we decided to take on the Salehurst Halt and we have seen it grow from strength to strength as a business even through the tough economic times.

Reaching 10 years has made us consider what the next 10 years might hold and whilst we might have a few ideas it is ultimately you, our customers, who have made it what is today and therefore your feedback regarding our business now and how we grow the business for the future, is essential!  We would very much appreciate you taking 5-10 minutes to complete the questionnaire, please note all responses are anonymous… thank you in advance!

The questionnaire can be found here.


The Salehurst Halt is hidden away in an idyllic situation only half a mile from the A21. Nestling alongside the church, opposite cottages with brimming gardens and with an open log fire throughout the winter, the Halt epitomises all that a country pub should be.

“Salehurst Halt” by Roger Hill

Our menu choices are all freshly prepared on the premises, using as many locally sourced ingredients as possible.  Many dishes are seasonal and therefore dependent on the fruits of the foraging season.

The Halt is a freehouse and boasts a traditional cellar, highly prized when maintaining real ales.  We regularly serve real ale from many local breweries including Harveys, Dark Star, Old Dairy and Hastings Brewery.

We have an outside terrace and lower garden offering magnificent views across the Rother Valley. The garden is able to accommodate a marquee allowing us to cater for small parties – birthdays, weddings, christenings and funerals.