All Pubs & Bars

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    The Star Pub, Petworth

    Set in the lovely market town of Petworth, The Star shines brightly as one of West Sussex’s most welcoming pubs. With a tale that dates back to 1591, it’s a historic, characterful setting in which to enjoy great food and hearty real ales.

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    The Countryman Inn, Horsham

    The Countryman Inn is a traditional rural hostelry with warming log fires in the winter, fantastic open country views, a cosy bar and a charming restaurant. The menu reflects the changing seasons and offers good hearty home cooked dishes of traditional rural food all year. Whenever possible local produce is Read more [...]

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    The Dorset, Lewes

    Located under the famous ‘Cliffe’ at the lower end of Lewes town centre, close to the South Downs Way and just a stones throw from Brighton. With lots of room it’s a great family pub, walkers are welcome and if you’re a cyclist we’ve always got somewhere to store your Read more [...]

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    The Talbot, Cuckfield

    In the heart of Cuckfield Village, the Talbot serves a wonderful range of lunch, bar and dinner menus… and of course traditional Sunday lunches. Add our extensive wine list, regional ales and relaxed atmosphere, there is no place better to entertain friends, family and colleagues.

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    The George, Robertsbridge

    Treat yourself to a traditional 1066 Sussex welcome and discover The George Inn. Standing with pride in the village of Robertsbridge, this former 18th Century Coaching Inn is a dog friendly, community pub with an award winning restaurant specialising in local produce. Located near Hastings, Tunbridge Wells and Battle, and Read more [...]

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    The Star & Garter, East Dean

    The Star & Garter lies in the peaceful Downland village of East Dean. This 18th century, flint and brick country pub is the perfect place to relax and enjoy fabulous food and wine. Eat Fresh local fish and seafood are a specialty and the Star Seafood Platter – with Selsey lobster Read more [...]

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    The Anchor Inn, Hartfield

    The Anchor Inn is a friendly, family orientated 15th Century Inn that prides itself in providing a blend of traditional and contemporary pub cuisine. The pub offers a fantastic selection of locally sourced cask ales such as Larkins Traditional, brewed by Larkins brewery in Chiddingstone, Kent, and of course Harveys Read more [...]

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    The Gallipot Inn, Hartfield

    Set in Hartfield, in the heart of Pooh Country, only a short walk from the world-famous Pooh Corner sits The Gallipot Inn. Serving excellent locally sourced food from home-made baguettes to daily specials and well kept local beers including Harveys. Pleasant sloping garden behind with good views.

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    The George at Burpham

    The George at Burpham serves great British seasonal food both at lunchtime and in the evening. Bought by locals and refurbished in summer 2013, the interiors and village location just a couple of miles from Arundel make this an unmissable pub to visit. Walk, cycle or drive. Ample parking. Free wifi. Read more [...]

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    The Star, Lingfield

    A country pub with great food and a huge garden, set in the glorious Surrey countryside. The Star is in a classic country pub setting in the village of Lingfield, opposite an historic church and within walking distance of Lingfield Race Course. Just a few miles from Gatwick Airport and Read more [...]

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    The Lickfold Inn, Lickfold

    Chefs Tom Sellers and Graham Squire offer you their modern take on an independent British pub. The kitchen is the operational engine and heartbeat of the Lickfold Inn and every element in each dish is prepared with the utmost precision and care. They pride themselves on marrying traditional methods with cutting edge Read more [...]

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    The Crown, East Grinstead

    Welcome to the beautifully refurbished Crown in East Grinstead, a charming pub with real character and a warm welcome for locals and visitors alike. Offering an extensive selection of rare premium spirits – including gins, whiskies, rums and vodkas, quality real ales, craft beers and fine wines. Their dishes are freshly Read more [...]

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    The Bull Inn, Henfield

    Located just north of Henfield, this traditional style pub welcomes the whole family (including the dog!) The Bull is certainly worth a visit if you enjoy pizza. With over 20 different varieties of freshly baked gourmet toppings, plus the chance to design your own, all tastes will be well catered Read more [...]

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    The Lion and Lobster, Brighton

    Spread over three floors, including a pub area, regency restaurant and a wonderful hidden terrace, The Lion & Lobster is one of the oldest and most traditional pubs in Brighton and Hove. Set in a quiet street close to the seafront and crammed with an eclectic mix of pictures, bric Read more [...]

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    The Bull, Ditchling

    The Bull is a stylishly-converted British pub at the heart of Ditchling village. We’re inside the South Downs National Park, yet only 15 minutes from Brighton and the sea. Favoured by locals and travellers alike, the pub offers a warm and vibrant atmosphere most evenings and weekends and four individually-designed Read more [...]

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    The George, Burpham

    Serving a great British seasonal menu for lunch and dinner. Bought by locals and refurbished in summer 2013, the interiors and village location just a couple of miles from Arundel make this an unmissable pub to visit. Walk, cycle or drive. Ample parking. Free wifi. Well behaved dogs welcome. Famed Read more [...]

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    The Duke of York, Hassocks

    Situated on the “Old” London Road, this house used to be on the main Brighton to London road until a new bypass relieved this lovely village of constant traffic. Nowadays, the “Duke” is at the heart of Sayers Common, an area named after a local hero, one Tom Sayer, a Read more [...]

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    The Fountain Inn, Ashurst

    Situated in the beautiful village of Ashurst, and cited by the Guardian 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 Read more [...]

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    Royal Oak, Midhurst

    A beautiful pub set in the stunning West-Sussex countryside with spectacular views of the South Downs, serving locally produced fresh, home-cooked food. Leaning on experience gained from the Rising Sun in Milland, the new team of Julian, Ben, Dan and Pete are excited to have started the process of reviving Read more [...]

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    The Mermaid Inn, Rye

    From a picturesque cobbled street in the centre of Rye, step back in time and experience the unique atmosphere of one England’s oldest and loveliest inns rebuilt in 1420 and with Norman cellars dating back to 1156. the Mermaid Inn caters for those who appreciate tradition and charm, coupled with Read more [...]

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    The Bell, Ticehurst

    The story of The Bell stretches back to 1560 when it was a rather showy Tudor building. When we found The Bell, it was crying out for a little tender loving care. So, we have smoothed out the rougher edges but preserved the wonderful imperfections that somehow make it perfect. Read more [...]

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    Bonney Stage, Bolney

    Located in the pretty village of Bolney, the centuries-old Bolney Stage just oozes character, with huge inglenook fireplaces, ancient flagstones and crooked beams aplenty, and comfortable old furniture. You’ll find a warm welcome, good honest food, and an unpretentious, chatty atmosphere.

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    CJs Cafe Bar, East Grinstead

    Situated in the heart of East Grinstead, surrounded by 14th Century timber framed buildings is CJ’s Cafe bar. It is a fabulous place to meet, whether it be for a coffee or something a little stronger, whether meeting friends or colleagues or just relaxing on your own. CJ’s provides the Read more [...]

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    The Fox Goes Free, Charlton

    The Fox Goes Free offers everything you would expect from the quintessential traditional pub. Charming, quaint and full of character, the Fox Goes Free offers everything you would expect from a traditional pub and more. Oak beams, flint and brick walls, blackboards brimming with temptations, open fireplaces, cosy seating with Read more [...]

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    The Jolly Sportsman, Lewes

    Good reliably sourced food in a relaxed setting where you can enjoy a bar snack and a pint of local ale r a three course meal with fine wine from our very extensive list. The Jolly Sportsman is situated on a quiet, no-through lane in rural East Chiltington, Sussex by Read more [...]

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    Blacksmiths Head, Lingfield

    We are a free house pub and have run things since November 2008, we pride ourselves on providing you with a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere that we hope you will find welcoming. During the good weather we are very proud of our gardens that are to the rear of Read more [...]

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    The Hatch Inn, Colemans Hatch

    The Hatch Inn is located in the heart of Ashdown Forest, close to the acclaimed Ashdown Park Hotel and numerous attractions in the area including Winnie the Pooh bridge. Proprietor, Nicholas Drillsma & partner Sandy Barton have built an enviable reputation over the past eighteen years in producing the highest quality, Read more [...]

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    The Red Lion, Chelwood Gate

    The Red Lion is an attractive pub built in the 1800s. Famous regulars from the past include Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and President J F Kennedy. Situated in the beautiful Ashdown Forest and close to Haywards Heath, the Red Lion is popular with dog walkers, ramblers and families on a Read more [...]

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    The Griffin Inn, Fletching

    Hugely characterful coaching inn, set in the picturesque village of Fletching, overlooking the Ouse Valley This imposing Grade II listed inn has landscaped gardens with views over Ashdown Forest, the Sussex Downs and ‘Capability’ Brown-designed Sheffield Park Gardens. You might just hear a steam whistle, for the heritage Bluebell Railway Read more [...]