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The Horns Lodge at South Chailey has been toasting success yet again. It has been named as the Country Pub of the Year by the Brighton and South Downs branch of the Campaign for Real Ale – for the fourth year in a row. Owners Linda and Mike Lethem were as delighted as ever to receive the award from members of the branch, who they thanked for their support along with their regular customers.
Category: Pub News
The Chichester is a traditional Inn, Grade 2 listed and dating from 1785, conveniently located within the old city walls, and a short walk to the Cathedral, Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery. With its separate dining and entertainment bars, heated courtyard garden, accommodation and free car park, this friendly and comfortable pub is a great local meeting place and base to explore picturesque Chichester, Goodwood, the South Downs and nearby sandy beaches.
The Blacksmiths is a newly renovated pub situated on the outskirts of the historical city of Chichester in the old village of Donnington. Restored in a relaxed and comfortable style with a few quirky twists, guests can enjoy the blazing fire and homely charm of the anvil bar or the snug elegance of the dining room. There are also three uniquely furnished double bedrooms and a large garden area with outdoor seating, fire pits and our own herb and salad garden. Children will also love visiting the chickens, which supply all our eggs. Located close to the Chichester canal tow path, The Blacksmiths is a perfect stop off point for a refreshing pint, or perhaps an extended afternoon on the terrace. Whether you are visiting by bike, boot or boat - we look forward to welcoming you.
Under new ownership. Works to the saloon bar and main bar area are now complete and fully open - redecorated in warm colours, more vintage tables with chairs and a couple of comfy armchairs by the inglenook fire and upgraded toilets. All the guest rooms have been refurbished and boast new pocket sprung mattresses and Egyptian cotton bed linen. All stays include continental breakfast and free WiFi with plenty of character. Bookings can be taken online. We will also be opening our new restaurant area and serving lunches, evening meals and cooked breakfasts on weekend mornings from mid July. If you live in the village or visit the pub we would love to hear what you like about the pub and more importantly what could be done to make it better for you.
Brighton is well known as a party town, but are those good times fuelled by great beer? Tony Naylor went in search of the city's best craft beer bars.
The Oak Barn Restaurant and Bar has the perfect ambience and atmosphere to drink with friends as well as dining in our beautiful restaurant. Our inglenook bar and sofa areas create a relaxing, cosy environment. Our sun trapped courtyard is perfect to be enjoyed within the Summer time alongside the foliage and water features. We also have the patio area out front - perfect for people watching! We also provide a large range of quality food options from light bites to high standard a la Carte meals.
Category: Haywards Heath
A cosy and welcoming atmosphere is guaranteed at the Hornbrook Inn. But what sets us apart? Our Heritage: Hall and Woodhouse is one of the few remaining regional family brewers, brewing our award-winning Badger beers in Dorset and offering warm hospitality at our pubs for over 230 years. Our Food: We use regional food partners, typically from family businesses like us, who provide us with quality ingredients that our team of talented chefs (not microwave technicians!) use to create fresh, unpretentious, seasonal dishes. Our Hospitality: We employ nice people who think like us and enjoy the same things that we do; food and drink, and, perhaps more importantly take real pleasure in looking after people and making them happy. Our Location: Situated exactly one mile from Horsham on the main Brighton Road, overlooking fields, the Hornbrook boasts a large car park, garden and patio area. It is perfect for drinks, lunch or dinner.
The Crescent is in the heart of the Seven Dials offering a warm, relaxed atmosphere in the winter with our real log fires. In the summer, our garden is very spacious with plenty of seating. It is secluded from the road which makes it a real sun trap on those (hopefully) hot sunny days. We love dogs, so bring them along! Our varied selection of world beers, local ales and ciders has something to tempt all. For the wine drinkers among you we have wines from around the globe. We have an extensive range of spirits, especially gin and vodka. Our food is locally sourced and served daily. Due to popular demand we have a large home-made burger menu, with various meats and toppings, all cooked on our flame grill. We also have daily specials and not forgetting our famous Sunday roasts.
Category: Brighton Pubs
The Bedlam Brewery was started by small group of like-minded individuals over a coffee and a casual chat in 2009. Since then we have collected a few more supporters from around the world and put together our micro-brewery in a converted barn at the old farmstead for Albourne Manor House situated on a green sandstone ridge at the foot of the South Downs in West Sussex. The brewery takes its name from the ancient roman road (Bedlam Street) that runs across the southern farm boundary and has become a focus for beer enthusiasts near and far.
Burning Sky Brewery was conceived and set up by Mark Tranter as a long term project and is my last brewery build (hopefully). Tom was on board from an early stage, helping with trial brews. Paula joined when we had some beer to sell and does the sensible stuff. Here, nestled at the base of the South Downs in an old Sussex Barn that has been refurbished to a high standard, we can let our imaginations run wild. The landscape and provenance of our location was a major factor in the brewery's set up. The crux of the brewery is to brew the beers that excite us, without compromise in terms of ingredient costs and time - that all too often overlooked ingredient in beer. Whether it's a fresh hoppy pale, or a oak aged beer - they are all considered and cared for beers that we want to drink.
- 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 - with the walks taking you on a tour of the best real ale pubs the area has to offer. » 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 volume. Illustrated with high quality photography, the guide's extensive listings are the product of years of surveying and research by CAMRA volunteers. » Buy the book
- Pubs and Inns of England and Wales (Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay)
- Pubs with style and great food; with sustainability and provenance at the heart of what they do. Sleek city boozers and rural pubs with wonky walls and horse brasses above the bar. Chosen for their individuality, good cheer and friendly welcome. This well-loved Sawday's pubs guide gives you all the information you need: pub opening times; pub prices; directions and phone numbers to make a booking at pubs across England & Wales. » 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
Pub Guide Books
- Good Pub Guide 2014
- Organized county by county, The Good Pub Guide is as invaluable as ever. Its comprehensive yearly updates and countless reader reports ensure that only the very best pubs make the grade » Buy the book