Join us for all day dining, Sunday lunch & tank beer at The Red Deer. Take a seat in our bar, restaurant or pub garden in the heart of Horsham. We round up some of the best Sussex pubs with open fires. accessible from the A24 in both directions, some six miles south of Horsham. Top Pubs in Horsham, West Sussex - The Hornbrook Inn, The Bear Inn, Malt “This is one of the best Real Ale pubs in the area, and there will always be at least.
Ye Old Stout House. 4 reviews. You have chosen 10 great pubs in the Horsham district, so which one deserves to be crowned Pub of the Year ? Black Jug. 6 reviews. ££.
The Bear Inn. 3 reviews. The Crown. 5 reviews. Ye Old Stout House. 4 reviews.
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You'll find a warm welcome, good honest food, and an unpretentious, chatty atmosphere. Just outside Brighton at the foot of Devil's Dyke — a popular spot with walkers and cyclists — is this lovely sprawling pub.
There are a good selection of real ales on offer, including local and craft breweries. Diners' options run from hearty pub fare right through to fine cuisine for special occasions. This is a 16th century freehouse and they pride themselves on the quality of their real ales, concentrating on local breweries such as Harveys of Lewes.
In the warm and friendly bar areas you can enjoy a traditional bar meal at a sensible price. Queen's Square, West Hoathly; www. The winner of the Best Sussex Pub at our awards , The Bell, in the rural East Sussex setting of Ticehurst, is a really unique pub with rooms and lodges.
The beautiful old building apparently conceals a secret tunnel leading to the church, once used by smugglers. Mermaid Street is a highlight of picturesque Rye, with its steep cobbled curve. The Mermaid Inn is an ancient hostelry with some parts dating back to the Norman Conquest, and the main pub was built in the 15th century. The lounge bar has a vast and wonderful log fireplace, with a priest's hole hidden in the chimney breast. Food is good, with two AA rosettes for the restaurant and lighter meals served in the bar.
Built on the site of Britain's worst avalanche , this is a cheerful hostelry with a wide range of local beers on tap. There's Harvey's, as you would expect, but also a selection of lesser-known beers and ales. There's a nice, convivial atmosphere, with the inside tables fairly close together.
Staff are friendly and jolly and the service is efficient. This beautiful 17th century pub boasts a strong historical heritage with large gardens and stunning views of the South Downs. The perfect spot for a splendid escape to enjoy British cuisine, cask ales, delicious wines and a log burner for those cosier nights. This Pub of the Year winner , conveniently situated opposite the village green, The Crown is easily accessible from the A24 in both directions, some six miles south of Horsham.
The pub offers superb food and wines in a traditional setting. And if you're keen on quizzes theirs, on the last Monday of every month, is particularly good. Cited by the Guardian newspaper as one of the top 10 cosiest pubs in the UK, the Fountain Inn is a shining example of the great traditional English pub, complete with wonky floorboards, inglenook fireplaces and the heart-warming smell of home cooking wafting in from the kitchen.
Pull up a chair by the fire, find a comfy spot for two or bring the family together around a big solid farmhouse table by the fire.
Dogs are welcome in the bar area. BN44 3AP; www. Nestling on the banks of Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve, this year-old pub is a stunning hideaway. With a comfortable blend of old and new, the atmosphere is relaxed, informal, individual and just a short drive from Chichester and all that the city has to offer. If you want to make a night of it then why not stay in neighbouring Crab Cottage, which is as cosy as it is convenient? A unique 17th century gem at the heart of a traditional Saxon village in the glorious South Downs National Park.
They serve up rustic British food with a twist — always home cooked with the freshest seasonal ingredients, locally sourced where possible. This charming and well-presented pub offers a good range of local beverages, including wine from Ridgeview Estate.
It does get busy on weekends, so arrive early to get a spot on one of the snuggly sofas or by the fire. The food is very good and the pub serves an excellent roast.
Walking opportunities abound: Ditchling is within the South Downs National Park and the nearby Ditchling Beacon is popular with walkers and cyclists alike. While the exquisite views from its enormous garden provide a large part of this popular pub's appeal, low beams, crackling fires and fantastic food make it the place to be in winter.
There are plenty of walking opportunities in nearby Ashdown Forest, and the village itself has a beautiful church. If you fancy making an evening of it and we recommend that you do , there are several comfortable rooms both in the main house and a garden annexe.
Fletching, TN22 3SS; thegriffininn. This huge, higgledy-piggledy rabbit's warren is perennially popular. Check out our drinks page for our range of Old Mout Ciders. Forum is a 4. And where better to meet and put the world to rights than in a traditional British pub, where you can enjoy this refreshing drink with friends and family.
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