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Sussex Pub Links is a directory of pub (and related) websites in East and West Sussex.
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I've gone looking for the best summer country pub restaurant in the south and all I can say is: call off the search. It's the Richmond Arms (Mill Road, West Ashling, Chichester). The Richmond Arms appeared, a little nondescript at first glance, but with a nice white/grey paint job at the front and a cream-and-white van emblazoned with "Richmond Arms Mobile Kitchen". Inside the pub, everything is stripped-down and cool: the décor is white and RAF blue, with simple wooden tables on bare floorboards.
Category: Pub Reviews
With an array of fabulous drinks, and a warm ambience, Audrey Gillian leaves Hastings wishing The Crown was her local. This is a traditional old boozer given a big lick of paint and a lot of love, and since it opened a year ago it has stolen the hearts not just of the hip, arty FILTH "Failed In London Try Hastings" crowd, but also the old-school stalwarts: the hippies, the fishermen and a host of other characters who call this seaside town home.
Category: Pub Reviews
Our annual Hopfest weekender will return to the brewery in September! Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th September (11am – 6pm). Hopfest marks the launch of our Green Hop beer, made from hops fresh from the fields. You'll be able to sample loads of our beers, including Green Hop, as well as some amazing guest beers. It's no secret that Hopfest has become a festival showcasing top local music too, and if you were impressed with last year's bands, you'll be blown away this time! Expect mostly folk, a bit of rock and some country, from bands playing right here in the centre of the brewery throughout the day. Morris men interlude the music throughout the day to deliver traditional stick-banging fun. But if you think you've seen it all before, think again, as the legendary Mythago Morris dancers will be returning in their unique, gothi - and slightly scary fashion!
Category: What's On
Focused on a rustic, local, country feel the Crate and Apple pub and restaurant is the perfect dining spot or casual meeting place. Located in the centre of the historic Chichester at Westgate, we serve locally sourced, seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming setting. With a lick of paint and some tasteful renovations the pub has transformed into a beautiful country style pub with a enclosed dining room and casual bar and meeting area. A large secluded terrace can be found at the back of the pub and the sun trap garden is perfect for a drink with friends or a relaxing meal. Our menu features dishes created from hearty ingredients and full flavour techniques. With the focus on traditional pub classics with a fine dining twist, there is something for everyone.
Plans to relocate a successful brewery from Horsham to Pulborough were finalised last week to the 'euphoria' of its managing director. Work has begun this week on Hepworth and Co Brewers' new site off the A29, some seven years after Andy Hepworth decided to move the company from its current home in Nightingale Road.
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.
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
Category: Brighton Pubs
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.
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!
Category: Pub Reviews
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.
- CAMRA's South East Pub Walks
- A practical, pocket-sized guide to some of the best pubs and walking in the south eastern corner of England. Each route has been selected for its interesting and varied landscape, and its beer » Buy the book
- Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs (CAMRA)
- Full-colour guide to over 260 pubs throughout the UK which have interiors of real historic significance - some of them stretching back a century or more. It is the first time that these pubs have been collected into a single book. » Buy the book
- Pubs and Inns of England and Wales (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Eat & Drink)
- This brilliant pub guide has 900 truly special pubs and inns for you to try, all inspected, all special. A must for all discerning real ale drinkers and gastro-pub addicts. » Buy the book
- Pocket Pub Walks South Downs
- Best Sussex Pub Walks: Circular Walks from Harveys Pubs
- Pocket Pub Walks West Sussex
- Pocket Pub Walks East Sussex
- Horsham Pub Guide