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The most recent 10 links.

  1. 1Cock Inn

    The Cock Inn is a Grade II listed coaching inn which has been at the heart of the village of Southwater (near Horsham) since the 16th century. Having a large secure garden, open log fire in the winter months and a relaxed family friendly atmosphere, the Cock Inn is the ideal place to enjoy a drink or meal with friends and family.

    Added/Updated: 11-07-2015

    Category: Horsham

  2. 2Lord Nelson Inn

    A warm, friendly pub on Trafalgar Street in the iconic North Laine, close to Brighton Station which has been enjoying a renaissance since early 2014. The traditional charm and Victorian features with two fireplaces create an intimate and comfortable environment in which to enjoy a superb menu, local ales and fine wines. We also have a more modern, large conservatory area and garden for sunny days which is available for hire. Candlelit in the evening, the space becomes a haven for locals and newcomers to this rediscovered hidden jewel. Update

    Added/Updated: 01-07-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  3. 3The Three Moles

    Family run, dog and children friendly real ale pub. The Three Moles in Selham opened in 1872 as the Railway Inn. Due to the large number of 'Railway Inns' on the Petersfield to Pulborough line it was renamed in 1873. There are three moles on the crest of the famous Mitford family who own the pub to this day.

    Added/Updated: 20-06-2015

    Category: Petworth

  4. 4The Dragon Awakes!

    The Dragon in Colgate has been redeveloped in recent months (it re-opened in May). The pub has been extended to give it a bigger restaurant area and inside has been completely refurbished (see image gallery below) with a more modern décor and new layout (two bars have been combined into a single bar and restaurant area). It's quite a transformation!

    Added/Updated: 09-06-2015

    Category: Pub Reviews

  5. 5Hurstpierpoint Brewing Co. Ltd

    150 years after the establishment of the original Hurst Brewery, brewing was revived in the Sussex downland village of Hurstpierpoint in 2012. Now firmly established among Sussex microbreweries, and supplying pubs between South London and Brighton, Hurst Brewery "continues the tradition" of their forebears by producing traditional ales, brewed in the traditional way, which are inspired by both local and regional influences.

    Added/Updated: 26-05-2015

    Category: Breweries

  6. 6The Green Man

    The Green Man - your local bar and restaurant. Becky and Nick welcome you to experience outstanding food served with passion, available today at The Green Man, Partridge Green - call 01403 710250. Our mission is simple, to serve fabulous food with a wide choice of drinks in a stylish and relaxed atmosphere. No TVs, no loud music and positively no gaming machines, just a friendly team dedicated to giving you a great time whether it's a quick drink or a delicious lunch or dinner. Situated in an idyllic rural setting our 19th Century Free House boasts some beautiful features including a cosy snug bar and good sized restaurant. While we're very much a local pub and restaurant our growing reputation and strong customer feedback means we draw in people from Horsham, Worthing, Henfield and even Brighton! Why not pop in and see us soon? You can be assured of a warm welcome at any time. Update

    Added/Updated: 24-05-2015

    Category: West Sussex Pubs

  7. 7The Schooner

    Located 4 miles west of Brighton and Hove, the Schooner is pleased to offer a classic pub experience in a relaxed and inviting environment. With a grand view of Lady Bee Marina we offer craft ales on constant rotation and a modest but lovingly created wine menu. The bar also has a selection of spirits to entice the most discerning drinker. Our Restaurant is open daily offering a selection of classics and daily specials. With panoramic views from one of our popular bay windows The Schooner is the ideal place to spend a Sunday afternoon enjoying a roast with good company. Only seconds from the bus (Stagecoach 700) or Southwick Station there is barely a need to use our onsite parking.

    Added/Updated: 18-05-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  8. 8The Dragon

    The Dragon is a re-invention of the traditional English Pub – a place to eat, drink and relax. Set in the heart of Colgate (near Horsham), we serve locally sourced, seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming setting. Renovated in 2015, this pub has stripped back walls, open fire pit and simple handcrafted furniture. Our bar serves a mix of real ales alongside our personalised wine list brings together wines from small independent vineyards around the world. Our menu is centered on the char grill, with its searing smokey influence, but is well supported by a range of freshly prepared specials and comfort food classics.

    Added/Updated: 14-05-2015

    Category: Horsham

  9. 9The Hobgoblin

    The new Hobgoblin has certainly not lost its alternative roots and still caters for Brighton's diverse and music loving crowd who like their nights out a litte left of mainstream. Arty, tatty, folksy and refreshingly credible, The Hobgoblin swallows neat and polished, chews them up and spits out something insouciant, real and honest. The Hobgoblin is homey and unpretentious, with lots of wood, brickwork and paisley, plenty of paintings, an abundance of revelry and the Thai street food served seven days a week is an absolute winner! However, the real gem here is outside; to claim 'the best beer garden in Brighton' may be seem a bit far fetched but we can assure you it's completely true. The vibe is relaxed and and the people are ace, the music is good and the drinks are even better. And you won't find many pubs with a pinball game for a table - even in Brighton!

    Added/Updated: 03-05-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  10. 10George and Dragon

    Gavin and Carole welcome you to the George and Dragon in Houghton, near Arundel, one of the oldest pubs in Sussex complete with large inglenook fireplace and a huge history! King Charles II reputedly stopped here in 1651 when fleeing the country after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester. The George and Dragon has a wealth of charm & character. Nestling amongst the rolling hills of the Sussex Downs the pub garden has some of the most breath taking views across the countryside. However it is conveniently located within easy reach of the historical towns of Arundel and Chichester, and Goodwood. Great food - using locally sourced, freshly prepared, seasonal ingredients, served daily. Great views - situated in the heart of the Sussex Downs, our beautiful garden has a stunning outlook. Great company - a warm and friendly welcome awaits you.

    Added/Updated: 22-04-2015

    Category: West Sussex Pubs


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