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Burrell Arms, Haywards Heath

58 Commercial Square
Haywards Heath
RH16 1EA
Phone: 01444453214

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John Barras (Spirit Pubs)

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Graham Coombs left this review about Burrell Arms

Much improved pub, handy for the railway station opposite. Refurbished in a typical modern style, with various high tables and stools, grey paintwork and mix of tiled/stone/wood floors. The left side holds a pool table and there are several TVs showing sports, but not too intrusively unless a big game on. There is a fair-sized outdoor area at the side and rear with many tables. Beers at time of visit were Speckled Hen, GK IPA and a GK special, which was at least in good form and quite drinkable.

On 7th November 2017 - rating: 7
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Steve C left this review about Burrell Arms

I popped into the Burrell Arms on Friday evening as I had a half hour wait for my train down to the south coast. Being opposite that station I was expecting a transient crowd, but the pub was reasonably busy with a jubilant bunch of locals who all seemed harmless enough. There was some background music playing and plasma screens are found throughout for showing Sky Sports. There is a dartboard on the right hand wall and around to the right rear of the bar is a pool table. There is seating along the front windows and the main body of seating is to the left of the bar. A door at the rear gains access to an iron staircase that leads down to a good sized patio garden full of picnic tables.
Advertisements around the pub plug the cheap generic draught range and there are various deals on bombs, shots and doubles. The bar supports three hand pumps, one of which was off leaving Sharp’s Doom Bar and Adnam’s Ghost Ship as the ale options.
To be honest this place was better than I thought it would be because I visited here a year ago and found a pub full of kids and a young barman who was very rude. I was so unimpressed that I walked out and spent 30 minutes on the station platform, which was much more preferable to the pub.

This is not a destination pub, but it is perfectly acceptable for a quick pint if passing through.

On 27th June 2013 - rating: 6
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Graham Coombs left this review about Burrell Arms

Large, fairly ordinary locals' pub opposite the station. Friendly enough for a pint or two, although wouldn't make a special trip.

On 16th March 2010 - rating: 7
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