The Star Inn


About / History

For a small village, Rusper has a couple of decent pubs and The Star is one of them. Originally built in 1486, always a pub, it has now expanded into neighbouring cottages. There is a priest hole (a small passage for Catholic priests to hide during the reign of Elizabeth I) in one corner of the pub that leads on to the roof, a large inglenook fireplace .... and a wishing well. So there is lots of history behind our friendly and traditional pub.

We have cosy wood-beamed bar areas with old carpenter's planes displayed. We serve traditional ales such as Greene King Abbot Ale, Fullers London Pride and Sharp's Doom Bar. There is a wide range of delicious authentic food on offer - even with some of Kosta's favourite Greek dishes.

We can now be found on Twitter at @TheStarRusper

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