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Sussex Pub Links is a directory of pub (and related) websites in East and West Sussex.
- West Sussex Pubs
- Burgess Hill
- Haywards Heath
The most recent 10 links.
The Cow, in the heart of the Seven Dials, just a short hop from Brighton station and a 5 minute walk from the city centre, is a bar like no other in Brighton. As real ale has seen a resurgence in recent years, The Cow is focusing on the next revolution - craft beers. Our extensive craft beer list, selected from microbrewers from around the world, has been carefully chosen to ensure quality, variety and exceptional taste. With over thirty craft beers, locally brewed real ales, a great cocktail list, premium spirit offering and an excellent wine menu, we are sure there will be something for everyone. The unique design and décor of The Cow has been chosen to create a flexible and relaxing space, both day times and evenings. During the day, our floor to ceiling windows make this a great place to sit back with a nice cup of coffee, or a delicious breakfast or lunch whilst watching the world go by, or perhaps surf the net using our free WiFi.
Category: Brighton Pubs
The Gardener's Arms in Lewes has been voted Local Pub of the Year by the Brighton and South Downs branch of the Campaign for Real Ale. CAMRA on Monday announced its list of more than 200 Local Pubs of the Year to help launch April's Community Pubs Month. The local branch winners now go forward to battle it out in the regional heats in their quest to become National Pub of the Year, announced in early 2015.
Category: Pub News
Sussex's smallest home craft brewery! Based in Haywards Heath, the Top Notch Brewing Company was born out of a passion for home brewing. It's a half brewer's barrel brewery, producing a modest 1000 liters/year (1760 pints), located in a converted residential outbuilding. Each beer is carefully hand-crafted using the finest raw ingredients and products are fermented and bottled on the premises.
Located just a short walk from Seven Dials, the Chimney House offers something for everyone from a cup of tea and a slice of cake, pint of Harveys, glass of prosecco, dirty little burger or a relaxed three course meal. We strive to source our ingredients from within Sussex with fish from Shoreham and Newhaven, fruit and vegetables from local farms and glasshouses as well as meat from Garlic Wood Farm. We are open all day Tuesday to Sunday and look forward to seeing you even if its just for a jar of chutney.
Category: Brighton Pubs
The Blind Busker is in Hove, 5 minutes from the beach, 10 minutes from Brighton, East Sussex. A premium traditional pub, with food served daily from 10am until late, we offer a quirky lunchtime place to be or an easy venue in which to chill, meet, eat and drink, with SKY Sports and ESPN. We have something to suit you and your mood on every night of the week, from local ale deals on tuesday and fine wines at house prices every Thursday, plus cocktails and pitcher offers over the weekend. Enjoy our traditional roast dinners every Sunday, in the sunshine, with a nice bottle of wine, sitting in our outdoor area.
Category: Brighton Pubs
The countdown to Saturday 17th May starts now. So charge up your glasses and come to North Hall in Loxwood to join in the fun. Gates open at 1pm, first band at 2pm and our last band leaves the stage at 11pm. It's one of the biggest and best days (and nights) in our village calendar. Yes it's the 14th Loxwood Beer and Music Festival and thanks to your phenomenal support we just keep getting bigger and better each year. Our festival this year will follow the usual format of fantastic live music, thirst quenching booze, a mouth-watering hog roast, a sizzling BBQ, raffles, barrow of booze and fun in the sun for the kids.
Category: What's On
Village pub with local real ales and genuine home-cooked pub food, just off the A26 between Lewes and Uckfield. Easily accessible from the 29 bus route - less than one minute's walk from the Isfield bus stop, next door to the Lavender Line.
The Stand Up is certainly a contradictory modern day pub: open plan and airy yet cosy and warm; olde-worlde paraphernalia and original wooden beams exist in contemporary and fresh surroundings; authentic Thai food served alongside a fabulous selection of local ales. And perhaps the biggest contradiction of all: a pub named the The Stand Up yet with ample seating inside and out! With a great selection of quality drinks (and these guys clearly know their ales), The Stand Up, caked in local history, pulls all the elements of a great little pub together with effortless allure and creates a wonderful environment for taking five, settling into a cushioned window seat, relaxing and watch village life pass you by. Although if you arrive at peak time - don't be upset if you do have to stand up!
Category: Haywards Heath
Situated in a convenient position just off the A27 in Patching between Arundel and Worthing. Our dedicated and friendly team will make sure that everything is catered for when you come to visit us. Our large restaurant area is perfect for both quiet lunches and private functions. The beautiful gardens make the perfect setting for outside dining and lazy lunches in the sun. With gardens surrounding the pub we can also offer you an outside dining experience with beautiful views over the West Sussex countryside. Dogs are warmly welcomed in any of the garden areas and we have a children's play area at the rear. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Category: West Sussex Pubs
Michael and the team welcome you to The Spotted Cow. Situated on a quiet, no-through lane in the West Sussex village of Angmering, we are a traditional English pub offering home-cooked food and a great selection of real ales. Our pub consists of a large restaurant area, including a conservatory area, a cosy, traditional bar and award-winning surrounding gardens. We are Cask Marque recognised - an award for 'pubs serving great cask ale'. Dogs are warmly welcomed in the bar or garden.
Category: West Sussex Pubs
- 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