- Alfold Bars
- Sir Roger Tichborne
Familiar to all those who once completed the King & Barnes Ale Trail, this small country pub, whose origins date back to medieval tmes, reopened in 2009 after a period of closure followed by complete refurbishment. The restaurant enjoys extensive views of the surrounding countryside. It is now an attractive free house selling a variety of mostly local guest ales. Happily much of its original rustic rural charm remains.
- Sir Roger Tichborne Loxwood Road Alfold Bars RH14 0QS ku.oc.enrobhciteht@sgnikoob(01403) 751873
- Ardingly Inn
Nestled in the heart of Sussex and located just off the high street,The Ardingly Inn provides a relaxed and unique pub dining experience, combining the best aspect of both contemporary and traditional British pubs and restaurants. There are seven letting bedrooms and all rooms are individually furnished. A local pub with a well-deserved reputation for quality food, great service and a selection of real ales.Food is sourced from local suppliers.The restaurant opens on to a walled and lawned garden making it very safe for children. The Bluebell Railway, Pooh Corner, Wakehurst Place and The South of England Showground are nearby.
- Gardeners Arms
The Gardeners Arms is to be found in the village of Ardingly, near Haywards Heath in a rural location close to Wakehurst Place National Trust and the South of England Showground. This listed building is a traditional pub with half of the original part having low ceilings, original sash windows and a massive fireplace in the main bar. There is also a separate area called 'The Cottage' which seats up to 35 and has a big fireplace. Here private parties can be held. This is mainly a destination food house attracting people from quite a distance who come to enjoy a really good meal cooked to order from freshly prepared ingredients. Complement your meal with a fine wine or a real ale.
- Ardingly Inn Street Lane Ardingly RH17 6UA moc.liamg@ylgnidrannislevrameht(01444) 892214
76 Maypole Road
Established over 100 years ago, on the eastern edge of the village, this pub had only three landlords in a period of 82 years. It was altered in 2010 to produce a smaller, cosy bar retaining some of the original etched glass windows. A free house with a welcoming landlord and friendly locals, there are three handpumps serving mainly local beers, Harvey's Sussex Best plus two guest ales. Seven minutes walk along Woods Hill Lane from the 291 bus route. The pub is also a café open 8.30-3 Mon-Fri, 9-1 on Saturdays. Full breakfasts are available, also filled rolls, either eat in or takeaway. Licensed to sell alcohol from midday.
- Maypole 76 Maypole Road Ashurstwood RH19 3RE (01342) 824061
- Balcombe Club
This is the Balcombe community village club, there is a membership fee, and anyone can become a member, guests are welcome, they have to be signed in by a member and pay a £1 fee. there is one main bar with various nooks a canines where there are tables, gaming machines, pool tables and dart board. A separate room houses snooker tables. There is a separate room that is available for hire, and functions as a restaurant on Fridays. Bar food is also available. There are 4 hand pumps, when visited only 2 were in use one has the house beer, Harvey Best, the other a guest. The club is family friendly.
- Cowdray Arms
The Cowdray Arms is situated on the Balcombe Road just south of Maidenbower. It is a large food oriented pub with a well furnished restaurant housed in the conservatory. Business breakfasts and corporate lunches can be arranged. Afternoon tea is available. The pub is situated within easy reach of The Bluebell Railway, The High Beeches Gardens, Nymans Gardens (NT) and Hickstead. There is a separate bar where food can be served. Three cask ales are available from Hall & Woodhouse (Badger).
- Half Moon
Haywards Heath Road
A small pub with tables in the lower part as you enter, and the bar beyond up a couple of steps. The pub is food oriented. This is North Sussex's first community owned pub. Real ale offered via four handpumps; one normally has Harvey's Sussex Best, another beer from High Weald, and the other two dispense rotating guest beers, which are mainly from local breweries. The pub serves a varied range of local sourced meals.
- Balcombe Club Stockcroft Road Balcombe RH17 6HP (01444) 811226
- Balls Cross
- Stag Inn
Formally part of the King & Barnes estate the pub transferred to Hall & Woodehouse. Located in the country it is an ideal pub to take in during a walk in the countryside.
- Stag Inn Balls Cross GU28 9JP ku.oc.ssorcsllabnnigats@ofni(01403) 820241
- Barns Green
- Queens Head
Cosy 17th century village pub, with old timber beams and a large inglenook fire place used in winter. It is mainly open plan with three seating areas and a small separate room. Garden with covered seating area at back. Pub holds a quiz night 2nd Tuesday of the month, open mike night 1st Thursday of the month and charity coffee morning last Friday of the month from 10am to 12noon.
- Queens Head Chapel Road Barns Green RH13 0PS (01403) 730436
- Kings Arms
80 High Street
A friendly two bar town centre pub with oak beams throughout supporting local brewers through guest ales. To the rear the pub has a large terraced garden. There is live music at weekends and on Saturdays featuring local bands. Food is home cooked with bar snacks and Sunday roasts. The pub provides Sky and ESPN sports. Traditional pub games can be played and there is a pool table. The pub has a Sunday Football team, a Cricket team and 9 Darts, Pool and Stoolball teams.
- Kings Head
40 High Street
Former enterprise pub that is now a free house, enjoying a resurgence after many years out of the guide, boasting a wide range of real ales from the 8 handpumps. A large town centre pub dating from the 18th Century, with plenty of space for drinkers and diners. Great pub for watching sports.
- Railway Inn
40 Station Road
The Railway Inn is a locals pub located on the opposite side of the road from Billingshurst. The pub dates from the arrival of the railway. Originally the pub had separate Saloon and public bar but these have been opened out to create a single bar space. There are 5 hand pumps, when visited, Fullers London Pride, Shepherd Neame Spitfire, and Sharp's Doom Bar were being served. Food is available lunch times. You will find a Bar Billiards, Pool and darts available to play. Times can vary especially late if trade is slow.
- Six Bells
76 High Street
The Six Bells is a 16th century coaching inn in the middle of Billingshurst High Street. It is a Grade II listed building with a Horsham slab roof and a timber frame with rough cast infilling. The pub lies well back from the High Street with an extensive garden to the front of the premises. There is an emphasis on food with a restaurant that will seat up to 50 people. On Thursday evenings there is a Quiz night and Tapas is served. Darts can be played and there is a pool table.
- Kings Arms 80 High Street Billingshurst RH14 9QS (01403) 782072
- Bolney Stage
The Bolney Stage is a large pub which was formerly on the A23 but is now by-passed and is situated on a quiet local road. The emphasis is on dining and there are three separate ample dining areas. The bar is in the middle of the pub and there is space for seating. The pub has a large enclosed garden to the rear and is very popular in the summer months. There are two large open fire places with real fires during the winter months. The pub has a "Pie and Ale Week" each March, regular "Meet The Brewer" sessions, and beer festivals are held (see website). Charity Fun Days are held in the summer. There are no regular beers. The six changing real ales provided are almost invariably sourced from local brewers.
- Eight Bells
An attractive village pub in the main Bolney street, close to the A23 London to Brighton road. Dating from 1753 original fireplaces are retained in two separate bars and are in use during the winter. There is a separate restaurant. 4 star rated B & B accommodation is provided in a cottage opposite the pub. A beer festival is held annually in August. Other events celebrated here include Burns Night, St Georges Day, a Summer Party and Halloween.
- Bolney Stage London Road Bolney RH17 5RL email@example.com(01444) 881200
- Broadbridge Heath
- Broadbridge Heath Village Centre
Local community social club in Broadbridge Heath. There are two lines with Fuller's London Pride as the house ale, with a second line purveying a rotating guest, most recently St. Austell Tribute. The bar also serves some bag in box cider.
- Shelley Arms
16 - 18 Old Guildford Road
The “Shelley”, as it is known by the locals, is named after Percy Bysshe Shelley the famous poet who was born at nearby Field Place. A large friendly country pub located just outside Horsham, the pub serves traditional homemade food sourced from local suppliers. The snack menu is also extensive and offers everything from their infamous homemade gourmet burgers & baguettes to jackets and salads. There is a large secure garden with decking area, children’s play-area & BBQ whilst in the winter the pub boasts a warming log fire. A private room allows them to accommodate meetings, private meals and functions. Large grounds enable them also to arrange the large events such as bike rallies, music festivals and corporate events. The Shelley regularly hosts live music, open mic nights and discos. In addition, the pub has darts, pool, football, cricket and stoolball teams who compete in local leagues.
- Broadbridge Heath Village Centre Wickhurst Lane Broadbridge Heath RH12 3LY (01403) 217177
- Bucks Green
- Fox Inn
A traditional 16th century Inn with low beams and wooden floors and refurbished in 2012. The pub which is situated on the main Horsham to Guildford Road, near the village of Rudgwick, has a traditional bar. There are extensive gardens. A variety of food dishes are served. Live music is provided occasionally and there are pub quizzes.
- Fox Inn Guildford Road Bucks Green RH12 3JP ku.oc.nnixof@ofni(01403) 822386
- Chelwood Gate
- Red Lion
On the edge of Ashdown Forest, the Red Lion has been a pub since 1874. In 1963 President Kennedy and Harold MacMillan enjoyed a pint here, and it was filmed as Arthur Dent's local in the TV series, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. There is a welcoming bar with log fire and a dining area with garden views, plus a large garden to the rear. Children and dogs are welcome but not on Friday and Saturday evenings. There are occasional seasonal ales in the winter months. Regular beers: Harveys Sussex Best Bitter,Shepherd Neame Spitfire,Shepherd Neame Whitstable Bay
- Red Lion Lewes Road Chelwood Gate RH17 7DE (01825) 740836
Pub with two rather small rooms - a bar and 'snug' on the edge of St Leonards Forest. Two real fires keep the pub cosy during the cold days and also a warm welcome by the landlord and staff. Mainly village clients but some passing trade. Very large car park and garden that's popular in the summer.
- Dragon Forest Road Colgate RH12 4SY (01293) 852146
- Prince Albert Copthorne Bank Copthorne RH10 3QX ku.oc.enrohtpoctreblaecnirpeht@seiriuqne(01342) 712702
- Hare & Hounds
Convivial village local where you can be sure of a warm welcome. It has a large stone-flagged bar area, a separate carpeted dining space, and an adjacent area for drinking. The log fire creates a cosy feel on chilly days. This free house frequently offers Dark Star beers along with other local ales; often a mild or dark beer is available. An annual beer festival is held in July, and food is served at all sessions. A pub that welcomes diners and drinkers alike. There are 3 hand pulls. Harvey's Best is the house beer, the other two lines server rotating guests from local breweries.
- Hare & Hounds Henfield Road Cowfold RH13 8DR (01403) 865354
South Terminal - Landside
J D Wetherspoon, Landside Bar, South Terminal, located near the arrivals area on the upper level. As befits one of London's main airports this busy bar is busy, and does the normal JDW food range. There are 6 hand pulls, with two regular beers and up to four guest beers. Pub takes its name from the original circular airline terminal one of the first purpose built terminals - the beehive.
- Brewery Shades
85 High Street
Arguably the oldest building in Crawley High Street, dating back to 1400 and complete with two active ghosts. As befits such a building, the pub has a great range of real ale and ciders, complemented buy a traditional food offering. The licensee has a true passion for the trade, demonstrated by the positively inspired range of guest ales available, always in excellent condition. The haunted upstairs room is now available for meetings. Good food is served during the day and evening - try the mixed grill. Gives CAMRA discount, also runs additional loyalty scheme. Surrey & Sussex Regional Cider Pub of the year 2018
- Charcoal Burner
This Crawley is all about locals. There are two rooms and a small beer garden. There is a sports bar to the left with sports TV and pool table, straight ahead is the Saloon Bar
Design wise the pub appears to be very of it's time a typical 1960's new build. It has had a recent interior facelift.
There are two regular real ales, Young's London Original a Sharps Doom Bar.
Food is available at lunchtime and evenings.
- Coaching Halt
Maidenbower Business Park,
This Marston's pub is a new build close to Junction 10A of the M23 located on Maidenbower Business park. The exterior style is of an 18 Century coaching house. The interior décor is neatly executed in 18th century style. There are 8 pumps with 4 beers duplicated. These are from either the core Marston's range or breweries controlled by Marston's. This pub is very much food lead. There is no separate bar seating, with nearly all tables set for dining.
A large estate pub in the Southgate area of Crawley. The pub is well known and popular for its authentic Indian cuisine and provides a take away service. Sky T.V. is provided and pool and darts can be played here. There are Quiz Nights.
- Flying Horse
South Terminal - Airside
J D Wetherspoon Pub in South Terminal Departure Lounge, upper level. Choose from a great range of classic pub food inc Traditional English Breakfast, British Classics and Burgers. Great for couples, families (childrens menu available) and an area at the back of the pub especially for those Groups, Stag & Hen Parties.
- Frogshole Farm
Originally a 16th century farmhouse, it was rebuilt in 2008 following a fire. The original part of the building survived the fire and has been carefully renovated and restored, retaining features such as the big inglenook fireplace. The pub is food lead, there are normally 5 real ales on at a time from the Mitchells & Butlers portfolio.
- Gatwick Manor
Chef & Brewer pub and restaurant with Premier Inn on same site, holding regular events in its function room. Large comfortable bar with several separate areas.
- Goffs Manor
Old Horsham Road
The pub occupies a L‐shaped 16th century timber‐framed farmhouse. The first floor now tile‐hung but framing still visible on the ground with brick infilling. The Grade II listed building that formerly housed the Education Department of Crawley Borough Council. This is a pub and restaurant with a strong emphasis on food. The pub is situated at the edge of Goffs Park and has an extensive garden to the front of the building. The property was formerly the home of the actor Peter Vaughan (Grouty in the sitcom Porridge).
- Goffs Park
45 Goffs Park Road
The Goffs Park is a Brewers Fayre Bar/Restaurant attached to the Goffs Park Hotel. There is one real ale line serving Fuller's London Pride.
Tinsley Green Road / Radford Road
This spacious family pub is situated just a five minute bus ride away from Gatwick Airport. It famously hosts the World Marbles Championship on good Friday every year when teams travel from abroad to participate alongside local sides. Recently refurbished (late 2019) in a contemporary style, the atmosphere is relaxed and the pub boasts a child friendly garden and serves Indian cuisine. The pub features in the CAMRA book '101 Beer Days Out'.
- Hawth Park Inn
Haslett Avenue East
This is a harvester located on the 'Square-a-bout' it provides breakfast and meals for the adjacent hotel. It sells two real ales, Harvey's Best, and Sharp's Doom Bar. The pedestrian access is not easy to spot (a gate near the pedestrian crossing, marked - keep closed at all times!).
- Heathy Farm
The pub occupies a 500 year old farmhouse and still retains the original beams and fireplaces. The open plan bar is comfortably furnished with sofas, high top tables and tub chairs. Freeview TV is provided for sporting events.There are facilities for functions. Meals are served in all areas of the bar. There is a large beer garden.
- Hillside Inn
Balcombe Road, Pound Hill
Lovely pub with oak beams dating from the 17th century, flagstone floors with the walls either wood panelling or brick. There are numerous alcoves that give some privacy with comfy settles and chairs. The bar is central and curved and almost round. Good food is provided and very popular. The garden at the front is pretty with table and chairs.
This is the Broadfield neighbourhood pub and first opened in 1975 as the Mark Lemon, named after the founding editor of both Punch and The Field magazines. There are two hand pumps, one of which is generally in use serving Wychwood Hobgoblin.
Jordans is a Toby Carvery located on the London Road which borders Langley Green is within easy reach of Lowfield Heath, West Green, Three Bridges and Crawley. Head out of town towards Gatwick Airport on the A23. The pub is on the left after Tushmore Roundabout. Sadly there is no longer any real ale available, the hand pulls were removed in 2018.
- Jubilee Oak
6 Grand Parade, High St
In the centre of Crawley High Street. Occupies premises that were formerly a Building Society. This Wetherspoon pub takes its name from the oak tree in front of the building. The tree was planted in 1887, by Lord de Blaquiere of Springfield House, to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
The Knight is a large modern pub build at the same time as the Pound Hill Street. It is very much a local pub. There are two real ale lines, although non was on offer when visited in August 2015, although a new sign advertising real ale has been recently erected. Worthington is available on keg. There are 3 pool tables and a dart board.
199 Three Bridges Road
A local pub in Three Bridges the building appears old but the interior has been opened up into a single bar.
There is a small terrace to the front with tables and chairs, and a beer garden to the rear.
There are two real ales normally available, Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter and Sharp's Doom Bar.
- New Moon
Was the Half moon until summer 2014 There is one bar area and is very sport orientated, especially as it is the closest pub to Crawley FCs ground. There are 3 lines, Usually Sharp's Doom Bar is available. Ales are selected from the Greene King list, when visited a Fuller's London Pride was available. The third line is spare.
- Nicholas Culpeper
North Terminal - Landside
A food led Brunnings & Price located landside at Gatwick Airport. There are two hand pumps, though they may not both be in use. The pub takes its name from an English botanist, herbalist and physician in the 1600’s who was born in Ockley a few miles from the airport.
- Old Punch Bowl
101 High Street
This late-15th-century timber-framed hall house has performed many roles in Crawley's history, from its early use as a farmhouse to its 20th-century commercial uses: a tearoom, a bank and now a public house. The original structure has been beautifully restored and a tasteful extension erected to enlarge the bar area and add a well covered smoking area. This pub is busy, especially Friday and Saturday when there is a disco and the age profile at these time is younger, although at other times there is a wide age group coverage.
- Parsons Pig
Balcombe Road, Pound Hill
The Parsons Pig is on the Balcombe Road, it is now attached to the front of a hotel and provides breakfast and bar facilities for guests. Although the restaurant has disabled access and facilities access to the bar area is restricted up two steps. The bar area has been converted from two bars into a single area, retaining it's interior charm.
The Plough Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of Crawley and ten minutes walk from Ifield Station. The 15th century St.Margarets's Church is nearby and behind the pub is the home of The Ifield Barn Theatre. Ifield is a very old settlement, pre-dating Crawley and mentioned in the Doomsday book. Although still traditional on the outside, this attractive pub is more modern inside with a cream and red colour scheme. Local memorabilia adorns the walls and makes interesting reading for visitors to the pub. Popular with regular locals, a range of activities are organised at the pub which include; Darts Teams, Golf & Fishing clubs, Football Teams. There is a patio area to the front of the pub.
181 Three Bridges Road
The Plough is located in Three Bridges on the Three Bridges Road. There are two bars. One of which is a public bar where the pool table and dart board are located. The other is a saloon bar.
The bar has one hand pull serving Harvey's Sussex Best.
The interior has been opened up and the bar area restyled, including removal of the back bar.
There is food available from their Pizza kitchen.
2-4 Brighton Road
Originally recorded in 1851 as the Station Inn in connection with the opening of the Three Bridges to Horsham railway, it became the Station Hotel 1890. However it looks to have originally been a coaching inn. For a while in the 1990s it became the Rocket then the Firecracker and Firkin before becoming The Railway. The pub has been opened out into a large ‘L’ shaped bar, there is a small stage for band use. There are three lines normally serving Greene King IPA, Fuller’s
- Red Lion
North Terminal - Airside
Traditional J D Wetherspoon Pub in North Terminal Departure Lounge. Choose from a great range of classic pub food inc Traditional English Breakfast, British Classics and Burgers. Families welcome and childrens menu available. There are five real ale lines. Two are regulars, Fullers London Pride and Sharps' Doom Bar, the other three are rotating guests often from London Brewers. Member discount applies/ Pub also participates in Wetherspoons beer festivals.
- Royal Oak
The Royal Oak has existed since at least 1910, and has been extended over the years. The original building is very attractive. This pub is privately owned and usually has 3 real ales. There are music nights every other Saturday. Food is available which is prepared on site, and where possible sourced locally. I can recommend the pies! There is a quiz on Sunday.
- Snooty Fox
On the main road, opposite Three Bridges railway station, the Snooty Fox is a warm welcoming pub offering much for everyone. Built in the early 1990's it replaced the earlier Fox, situated under the railway bridge, which was demolished when the road was widened. The pub is quite unusual in style with plenty of glass to create a light atmosphere and an open plan layout to maximise space. The pub's central bar area is very large catering for over 200 people. There is a well stocked bar and facilities for showing sport. Food is available from a main menu every day. With a great atmosphere and disabled facilities this pub is very accessible. It can be extremely busy when important sporting events are being viewed. There is a good locals trade and many commuting customers come here. There are 6 sticks, four have real ale, two GK IPA and Harveys Sussex Best are house beers, the other two real ales are rotated with other beers from the GK stable. The 5th line had Henry Weston Family Reserve Cider. Line 6 is spare.
1 Horsham Road
The Swan is located five minutes walk from the busy town centre. There are two bars and an outside patio area. The pub hosts live rock music evenings and has a pool table. The landlord promotes local breweries as well as those from further afield and includes strong beers on handpump. Themed beer festivals are held in spring and Halloween and the pub supports CAMRA's Mild Campaign in May. There are 5 lines serving 2 regular beer, Fullers London Pride and Sharp's Doom Bar. There are 2 rotating guest a current favourite is Timothy Taylor Landlord.
- Tavern on the Green
Peterhouse Parade, Grattons Drive
A large modern pub situated on a shopping parade on the western edge of Crawley. Styled as a cross between a railway carriage and an airport departure lounge, the middle of the pub is dominated by a three sided bar. The chrome plated bar is popular with lager drinkers but it is possible to enjoy Harvey's Sussex Best. Large TV screens are available for sports viewing.
- Tilgate Forest Golf Centre
Tilgate Golf Centre 19th hole, operated by Glendale Golf on behalf of Crawley Borough Council. This a modern building rebuilt in 00's to replace the original club house which was destroyed by fire. During the day the bar looks out over the 9th/18th holes. You will find one hand pull usually with St. Austell beers available, although local beers have been available but the club members prefer St. Austell. Note that in the evenings the venue often runs events and is available for hire.
- White Hart
65 High Street
Popular, busy pub in the centre of Crawley. Good bar food is served and there is a restaurant. One of the oldest buildings in the town centre it pre-dates the establishment of Crawley. Regular karaoke and disco nights. Participates in Harvey's Reward Card loyalty scheme.
A modern pub in the Gossops Green neighbourhood. It has two lines serving real ale, Sharp's Doom bar, and Morland Old Speckled Hen. This is a local house. It shows sky sports, and has two pool tables. The exterior design is unusual and is designed to look like a post windmill.
- Beehive South Terminal - Landside Crawley RH6 0RN (01293) 505802
- Crawley Down
- Dukes Head
Turners Hill Road
Two ales on sale, in rotation, Sharps Doom Bar and Hogs Back TEA. Refurbished April 2019, still mostly the same food and drink offering.
- Dukes Head Turners Hill Road Crawley Down RH10 4HH (01342) 712431
- Coach & Horses
This traditional country pub dates from 1847 and retains many original features. The public and saloon bars feature real fires and simple farmhouse-style furniture. Locally produced Black Pig cider is always on the bar, occasionally their perry too. The separate restaurant area serves locally sourced, high quality food. The large garden is a delight in summer and includes a children's play area. Dogs are welcome. Regular beer is Harvey's Best and they serve a changing guest beer from various local breweries, including 360, Dark Star, Franklins, Larkins and Long Man.
- Coach & Horses School Lane Danehill RH17 7JF (01825) 740369
- East Grinstead
- Bridge Bar
129 - 133 London Road
The Bridge bar is located opposite Tommy Flanagans on the London Road, next to the bridge over Beaching Way. This is purely a late evening/night venue. There is no real ale, although Harvey's Sussex Best can be obtained in bottles.
- Chartham Park
One of the website photos shows a bar with a handpump so real ale may be available.
- CJs Cafe Bar
55-57 High Street
Situated on the High Street CJs is a popular wine bar. It has rooftop garden at the rear overlooking St Swithuns Church. While the focus is on wine they serve draft Harveys Best and a range of bottled local beers from High Weald and others.
35 High Street
Recently refurbished and renamed back to The crown after 20 years as Bar Kuba. There are now carpets on the floor and only two TVs for sport. New menu and better selection of cask ales. Also planning to serve breakfast.
You will find two real ales, one Harvey's Sussex Best, the other Shap's Doom Bar
- Crows Nest
Little King Street
The Crows Nest is located on the First floor above The Ounce and Ivy Bush (JDW). This bar is owned by the proprietor of the cinema complex. There are two hand pulls which are used to dispense Fullers London Pride. There two pools tables and a dart board. Food is available when pool/dart competitions are hosted.
- Dorset Arms
58 High Street
Large pub in East Grinstead High Street with an extensive single,circular bar divided into various seating areas including zones with sofas and soft furnishings and an area suitable for families and children. A real ale festival is held annually in March. A function room is available. There is a downstairs patio to the rear of the pub.
- Engine Room
The Old Mill, 45 London Road
A bar operating as the brewery tap for High Weald. Located up a path between the shops close to Whitehall bus stop in London Road. The pub is a downstairs labyrinth of small seating areas, good for small groups to hold conversations. There is live music on Thursday evening. There is a dart board and a selection of board games. All real ales here are on gravity. There are normally five rotating beers from Surrey & Sussex all served on gravity. There are also six or seven ciders.
Be advised that due to the location downstairs access is not disability friendly.
- Flynns At The Railway Tavern
112 London Road
Busy town pub, with music, live sports, pool tables and darts. On main road on edge of town centre with garden that faces out on to the main street.
- Old Dunnings Mill
The pub is in a building that dates back to the 15th century, and was originally a mill. It was originally converted into a pub in 1970, and it has been adapted and extended over the years to give a cosy and welcoming pub owned by Harveys of Lewes. The upper level is a large bar with dining area attached and more dining areas are on lower levels. Food is served from 9:00am to 9:30pm. There is a large garden in front and a patio with a modern water wheel to the rear. Children and pets are welcome. Participates in Harvey's Reward Card loyalty scheme.
- Open Arms
51 Railway Approach
A sports bar situated in what was previously an ink cartridge shop, and before that a TV rental shop. Serves cask ale directly from stillage behind the bar where there is room for 6 casks. Also serves KeyKeg beers, a large range of real ciders and an extensive range of bottled beers. Seating out the front.
- Ounce & Ivy Bush
Little King Street
The Ounce & Ivy Bush recalls one of East Grinstead's former inns, and the coat of arms of the Sackville family, which were leading local landowners. The closure of the Dorset's Head allowed the Cat Inn, also on High Street, to change its name to the Dorset Arms. The Cat had been called The Ounce & Ivy Bush. An ounce is a species of wild cat and an ivy bush was a symbol used to denote a high-class inn. Two cats support the coat of arms of the Sackvilles. Robert Sackville, second earl of Dorset, founded Sackville College almshouses, on High Street, in 1605. The college is East Grinstead's most important historic building.
- Ship Inn
Large pub built in the Dutch style towards the end of the 19th century just off the High Street. It has two large bars, one for dining on traditional pub grub and the other for dining and Sky Sports and BT sports. Young's seasonal beers are served along side Harvey's Sussex Best and St Austell Proper Job. There is a real fire and accommodation in two rooms.
9-11 Canteloupe Road
Small pub down side road off the High Street. A main bar and a 'snug'. Upstairs is a large room for families or meetings. Quiet pub and a meeting place for the locals who welcome strangers. There is a small outside area to the rear of the pub.
There is normally one real ale on, often on gravity (despite the had pull) this will be Harvey's Sussex Best.
Opposite is the Museum and in the foyer the sign from the demolished 'Guinea Pig' pub that commemorated the Queen Victoria hospital plastic surgery unit for burnt Spitfire pilots.
- Sussex Arms
30 West Street
This pub is popular with younger customers and caters for their interests. On Friday evenings there is karaoke and sometimes live bands.The pub is usually closed on Sundays but may occasionally open if demand is sufficient.There is a single bar with steps up to a raised area with a dart board and TV. There is an open, wood burning fire.
- Bridge Bar 129 - 133 London Road East Grinstead RH19 1EQ moc.liamg@203repoocennael(01342) 300022
- Cherry Tree
Formerly two cottages dating back to 1660 and converted in 1870. The original beams are in place. The bar has two fireplaces one at each end. The pub is situated on the busy A264 Horsham to Crawley road. There is an extensive rear garden on two levels.
- Frog & Nightgown
Coral and Ritchie bought the pub in December 2015 and spent several months refurbishing it. It is now being run by their son Lewis. Regular events include quiz nights, classic car meets, live music, open mic nights. Street food is often available on a Friday night. The pub is known as the fastest pub in West Sussex due to its motorsport connections. The regular customers scour charity shops in search of ceramic frogs and similar items, to add to the large collection within the pub.
- Holmbush Inn
A single bar pub with wooden floors. There is a separate small dining area on the same level with an extension on a dropped level. All food is home made and the ingredients locally sourced. There is a very good selection of malt whiskys. TV is available on request.
- Cherry Tree Crawley Road Faygate RH12 4SA moc.liamtoh@nnieertyrrehceht(01293) 851305
- Forest Row
- Beer Discoveries Lewes Road Forest Row RH18 5ES (01342) 826139
- Brambletye Hotel
The Square Lewes Road
The bar area that is open to the public is known as 'Black Peter' and the hotel featured in Sherlock Holmes' 'The Adventure of Black Peter'. Prior to takeover by Fuller's, this prominent building in the centre of the village was part of Gale's estate. It has since been tastefully re-furbished, providing a large dining area. A function room is also available. The bar area features a display of old bottled beers. Aside from the regular beers, a third handpump is used for another changing beer from Fullers. Fuller's bottled beers are also stocked and a selection of Belgian beers. The hotel makes a good base for exploring Ashdown Forest. 3 Handpumps selling mainstream ales
- Chequers Inn Hotel The Square Lewes Road Forest Row RH18 5ES (01342) 823333
- Forest Row Village Club
A welcoming social club. Non-members can be signed in for as little as £1 by an existing member.
- Hop Yard Brewing Co
Modern pub converted from a disused food store. Two hand pumps and a lareg number of cask taps, plus wide range of wine and cocktails. House ale is made by Westerham Brewery Guest ale tends to be from Westerham, eg Alta Ego Cask als are from teh likes of Kiln, Beavertown, Kernel, Pig & Porter, Lost * Found etc.
- Red Lion
Spacious pub near the centre of Handcross Village. Emphasis is on food. Two guest beers usually available. The original house dates from 1280 but was rebuilt in 1540. Very well known centuries ago as it was one of the best known coaching inns on the famous Brighton road. It was also known for its foreign liquors which seemed to appear during the night with unpaid duties! There is also a small panelled room where Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton used to have secret liaisons
- Red Lion High Street Handcross RH17 6BP (01444) 400292
- Anchor Hotel
3 Market Square
Previously known as the Anchor Hotel in 1898 and it was 'Temperance'. In the twenties the building was used as the Town Hall. In the early 1990’s the site was a Lloyds Bank. Then renamed Bar Vin (Punch Taverns - Spirit Group). Renamed the Anchor Hotel (Punch Taverns - Taylor Walker Pubs) 03/11. After separating from Punch, Spirit have taken over Taylor Walker 2012. Now part of Greene King. The pub encourages ales from local brewers and is "Locale" accredited. Beer Festivals are held occasionally. Discount available for card carrying CAMRA members.
- Anchor Tap
16 East Street
Now free-of-tie, this popular pub continues to offer customers an eclectic choice of brews. The Knowledgeable team behind the bar source interesting beers both local and from afar. There are six handpumps in use, plus a backbar offering ten keg beers. The pub regularly hosts tap takeovers, so it is advisable to check the Facebook page for details of these and additional opening hours. Bar snacks are available lunchtimes. The modern Anchor in East Street was built in 1898. It was the 'tap' of the Anchor Hotel. In January 1975 a Horsham Branch of CAMRA was formed at this pub. Having been closed for 30 years, this pub was reopened in February 2016 by Dark Star Brewery, but with the sale of that brewer to Fuller's in March 2018, the pub became free-of-tie. It continues to be popular with customers both local and from afar. Refurbished in an early-20th century style. A cask beer club offers 20% off all cask beers between 4p and 6pm Tue-Fri.
17 Market Square
This town-centre pub, the building dates back to the 12th Century. Offers a wide range of Hall Woodhouse beers including seasonal ales. Be side the bar there is a hidden door in the wall. It is reputed to be haunted by three ghosts. Very popular with cricket fans as it is within easy walking distance of Horsham Cricket Club.
8 Station Road
Spacious pub situated near the rear entrance to Horsham Station. A large, well furnished public bar offers large screens for TV sports. Pool is very popular and is well catered for with two tables. There is a separate, quieter bar. Very much a pub frequented by local and regular customers.
- Black Jug
31 North Street
Large bustling town centre pub, The Jug is something of an Horsham institution. It has a welcoming interior with bookshelves, pictures and a fire, and friendly and efficient staff. Two regular ales are available with rotating guests and cider. There is also a very extensive selection of whiskies available. Excellent food is served all day and the pub is equally popular as a venue to meet and chat, with no intrusive music. Close to the railway station and opposite the Arts Complex. This pub serves the commuters by train, after work.
- Boars Head
The building was originally a farm house dating from about 1761. It became a beer house around 1830, and by 1842 was known as the Fox & Hounds until 1971 when it became The Boar's Head. The pub was originally owned by Willetts Brewery and subsequently came under the control of Rock 9Brighton) and the Whitbread when it was known as The Fox & Hounds. It was sold in the mid 1970's to become the only true Free House in Horsham. After three changes of private ownership it was sold to Hall & Woodhouse in the 1990's thus removing the only Free House in Horsham at that time. Today the pub is mainly food biased with a restaurant area. Three beers from Hall & Woodhouse are usually on sale.
- Brewhouse & Kitchen
38 East Street
Brewhouse & Kitchen pub in what was formerly the Horse & Groom. Large single bar area serving B&Ks own real ales.
- Chapeau Brewery
Unit 8, Redkiln Close
This is the tap room for Chapeau Brewery. Please note that it is normally only open Friday Afternoon and Saturday lunch, although if you ring ahead they are normally around most days for off sales. Their Open Road stout is often on key keg, the rest of their range is available on gravity in the cool room. There is a 5% discount if you arrive by bike.
Situated on the west side of the town just off the Guildford Road. It faces a green with a pond on which can be found wild fowl including coots - hence the name. There are 4 lines, the pub serves Fullers London Pride, and Sharp's Doom Bar. Formerly a Bass Charrington tied house it is now owned by Punch Taverns. Before past refurbishment there was once a separate off-licence situated between the public and lounge bars. There is now one large bar showing Sky Sports. There are 3 darts and one pool team using the pub.
The Crown is a grade II listed building on the Carfax. It is a Greene King managed house, and has recently (August 2016) been refurbished. There are 5 hand pumps, three of which are in use at any given time. Greene King IPA is the house ale which is accompanied by two rotating guests from the Greene King list; for example London Glory or Timothy Taylor Landlord.
- Dog & Bacon
Situated on North Parade and to the north of the town this pub is very popular with the local community. There are 4 lines, all of which server Hall & Woodhouse ales, Tanglefoot, K&B Sussex Best and Badger First Call are normally available, the fourth line carries the H&W seasonal. The pub serves meals all day (lunch time only on Sunday).
- Foresters Arms
43 St Leonards Road
Small pub in a residential side street serving the local community. A real fire adds a cosy touch in the winter. Food is served with booking recommended for Sunday roasts, as they are always popular. Guest ale can be local or nationally selected with the help of the pub regulars. There is a separate dining area which is also used as a function room. Large garden at rear.
- Holbrook Club North Heath Lane Horsham RH12 5PJ ku.oc.bulckoorbloheht@eciffo(01403) 751150
Built around the 1930's the building has stone floors, wooden beams and three open fires. A family pub with facilities for children it is mainly a dining venue. The pub also offers a friendly atmosphere for drinkers with an open plan design. ated on the main A281 Brighton road exactly one mile south of Horsham and next to a Garden Centre.
- Kings Arms
This was the King & Barnes brewery tap and is situated in The Bishopric some 100 yards from the site of the former Brewery. A comfortable two-bar pub, an 18th century coaching inn, which has long been popular with locals. It was once frequented by K & B Brewery workers. It is a locals pub popular for sports on TV at the weekend. October 2017: Taken over by Richard Grady, Peter Birdsall and an other of North & South Leisure Ltd. There are 5 handpuls with at least 3 rotating local ales and also a keg line, which serves Brolly ale.
- Lynd Cross
1 Springfield Road
Situated at the end of West Street opposite the site of Shelley's Fountain. The Lynd Cross occupies premises that were formerly The Horsham Pine Shop. A large and popular and unpretentious family friendly open plan town pub. Local ales feature here and the pub hosts 'Meet the Brewer' and several beer festivals throughout the year.
- Malt Shovel
15 Springfield Road
Situated near to the town centre the pub may serve up to 6 or 7 real ales, including local beers. 1 or 2 real ciders/perries may be available. The bar is warmed by a real fire in winter and live rugby and football events are screened. Live music is very popular and there are quiz nights. Springfield Hotel at the back of the pub is part of the establishment where accommodation can be booked.
- Norfolk Arms
On the main road from Horsham to Crawley. A two bar pub with a comfortable lounge. Pub games in the public bar.
- Olive Branch
Originally known as the "Green Dragon" the pub was re-named "The Olive Branch" after Hall & Woodhouse took over the King & Barnes tied estate in 2000. Situated near the Shelley Fountain, the original building (circa 1449) was timber framed with wattle and daub panels. It was once the centre of administration for the lord of the manor. Recently the pub has become mainly restaurant oriented, retaining a bar, and known as "Cromptons at The Olive Branch". The ale is more expensive than in neighbouring pubs.
- Piries Bar
Piries Alley - The Carfax
In a building dating from the 15th century wth exposed timber beams, the pub is tucked away down a narrow alley adjoining Horsham's Carfax. It comprises a small downstairs room, an upstairs lounge bar and a small modern extension in character with the building. Regular charity events are organised. Evenings here can be lively, with karaoke on Sundays, occasional live music and late opening until midnight. With two cask ales and several craft keg beers always available, this bar is well worth a visit. Also a fantastic range of Gin!
- Red Deer
The Red Deer is a new pub in Horsham town centre, it is food led it is located in what was part of a Waitrose super market. There are four real ale lines normally from national ranges. The interior is spacious and there is plenty of seating. The interior is tastefully executed with a mock 19th century look. Sharp's Doom Bar Sharp's Atlantic Timothy Taylor Landlord Welton's various
An American Sports Diner theme pub with a long bar, located in the small Roffey shopping precinct. At the one end is a raised area with TV. The main part has two TV's and a pool table. At the other end is another room that is essentially a games room with another pool table and a dart board. A further room serves as a function room.
57 North Street
Description: Situated opposite Horsham Railway Station. The main function of the pub is serving food. There is a separate bar which is comfortably furnished. The Station has hotel accommodation attached. The building was refurbished inside and out during 2011-2012. There are two pumps but usually only one is in use. Regular beers: Fullers London Pride, Sharps Doom Bar
- Stout House
Town centre pub on The Carfax concentrating mainly on beer. Traditionally refurbished with wood beams and panels, the cellar is at the same level as the bar and is visible through a window in the door. Rolls and sandwiches are served at lunch times only. Bar billiards can be played here.
- Sussex Barn
North Heath Lane
Large pub Diner on the northern edge of Horsham. There is a separate, comfortable dining area and a separate dining area for families. The long bar is fronted by a wooden floor. The rest of the bar area is carpeted and there is a selection of bar furniture ranging from comfortable seats with low tables to higher level tables with taller chairs. T.V. is provided but does not include sports coverage.
- Anchor Hotel 3 Market Square Horsham RH12 1EU ku.oc.gnikeneerg@3617(01403) 250640
- Horsted Keynes
Crown Inn at Horsted Keynes is a historic building dating back to the 16th Century. The structure was originally a medieval hall house. In 2003 a lightning strike caused a serious fire, since then the pub has been beautifully restored to former glory. There are three lines, Harvey's Sussex best is the locals favourite, the other two lines run guest ales which change from time to time, including Harveys seasonals.
- Green Man
A pleasant Greene King tenanted house on the village green. The pub is a community pub in the village and provides lunchtime and evening meals. There are 4 lines with ales selected from the Greene King portfolio. These is a nearby bus stop on the MetroBus 270 route from Brighton to East Grinstead. A 20 minute walk from Horsted Keynes station on the Bluebell Railway, try to use the footpath across the fields rather than the road.
- Crown The Green Horsted Keynes RH17 7AW ku.oc.senyekdetsrohnworceht@selbat(01825) 791609
- Horsted Keynes Station
- Horsted Keynes Station Bar
Station Approach Road
Horsted Keynes Station
Situated on platform 3/4 of the 1892 railway station it is epitome of bijou. Be prepared to take your drink onto the platform and browse the book shop. Beers from local brewers are usually available. Light meals are available during the day. The best way to visit is on a Bluebell Railway service train as there is a very sparse bus service to the railway station. The village the station serves is a 20 minute walk along narrow lanes.
- Horsted Keynes Station Bar Station Approach Road Horsted Keynes Station RH17 7BB (01825) 720831
- Dog & Duck Dorking Road Kingsfold RH12 3SA (01306) 627295
Large friendly pub set back from the road with a large car park. It features a long bar with Horsham Stone flagstones, in front and red tiles. The restaurant area is carpeted. The pub has an open aspect but some areas do give some privacy. Old wood beams indicate the age of parts of the pub. In the past, when it was known as the Wheatsheaf, it served the smugglers who came up from the coast with their contraband.
- Foresters Arms
This 17th century pub became the Hall & Woodhouse pub of the year in 2010. The Foresters Arms Kirdford is a charming 17th century village pub with wooden beams, stone and brick floors and inglenook fireplaces. Perfectly nestled in the quiet village of Kirdford in beautiful West Sussex The landlords, Karl and Linda, have created a warm and friendly atmosphere. With an excellent range of food and a great selection of quality beers and wines. This quaint traditional village pub offers a varied and delicious menu with BBQs in the summer and regular theme nights. As well as a well kept boules pitch in the rear of the garden for those leisurely (or competitive) games on a sunny afternoon. There is also a dartboard for the less active sportsman and a small children’s play area located opposite the pub. The Foresters Arms is a good venue for those planning walks in the countryside. It is possible to pre-order lunch before commencing walks. The pub can also supply a number of walking routes mapped out that start and or finish at the Foresters Arms. A PDF can be downloaded from the Pub's website.
- Half Moon
Glass House Lane
The Half Moon is located in the heart of Kirdford, a picturesque village between Wisborough Green and Petworth in West Sussex. The 17th century building is packed with charm and character – in the winter the restaurant is cosy with a crackling log fire in the inglenook fireplace. The pub welcomes children as well as dogs on a lead. The spacious gardens allow plenty of room for a relaxed and fun environment. In the summer of 2017 the pub was taken over by Jodie Kidd and half of it is now reserved for dining. The gardens are huge and ideal for families. They have done a deal with soon to start Brolly brewing to supply them with a house best.
- Foresters Arms . Kirdford RH14 0ND ku.oc.bupdrofdriksretserof@ofni(01403) 820205
- Lambs Green
- Lamb Inn
Lovely old pub with a mixture of flagstones and wood floors interspersed with wrought-iron work, low-beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls. Furnishings include high-backed settles and soft sofas, and a real fire adds warmth in winter. This welcoming pub with a friendly landlord and staff is committed to LocAle - all beers come form within 25 miles. Real cider is available. Both landlords are chefs, serving quality home-made locally sourced food.
- Lamb Inn Lambs Green RH12 4RG ku.oc.oohay@repsurnnibmal(01293) 871336
- Lower Beeding
The Crabtree was tastefully refurbished and re-opened as a family run restaurant and pub having been closed for a considerable period of time. The emphasis is on food. The lunch menu changes daily and the Sunday menu weekly. There is a restaurant, several private dining rooms and front and side bars. Wedding receptions and other events can be arranged here. A marquee can be provided on the lawn if required. Regular quiz nights are held.
- Kissingate Brewery
This pub is in fact the tap room for the renowned Kissingate brewery. You will find a selection of beers from the Kissingate range served on gravity, plus cider and perry from Black Pig and JB cider. In addition to normal hours the tap is open until 9:30 on the last Friday of the month. There are also various event such as curry night. There is also a function area upstairs.
Leech Pond Hill
Two room pub with collections of bottles, fishing rods and a stuffed Badger! This biker friendly pub is a stop on the annual Pioneer Run in March.
- Crabtree Brighton Road Lower Beeding RH13 6PT moc.xessuseertbarc@stneve(01403) 892666
- Onslow Arms
The Onslow Arms is a 17th Century grade II listed building, and includes many of its original features with solid oak beams, wooden floors, log fires and exposed brickwork. The kitchen serves a variety of home cooked food, prepared using locally sourced ingredients. A range of real ales are served. There are two gardens, one with a play area, and the other overlooks the Wey and Arun Canal.
- Onslow Arms High Street Loxwood RH14 0RD (01403) 752022
- White Horse
Under the same ownership for 37 years, this splendid and welcoming country pub has featured in the guide 34 times. Popular with locals, cyclists and walkers. The cosy interior with its unusually wide wooden bar, boasts real fires and many interesting artefacts and bric-a-brac. While good honest pub fare is provided. The emphasis is on beer and conversation. Many local beers feature with a good selection of dark ales. Local JB cider is also available.
- White Horse Park Lane Maplehurst RH13 6LL (01403) 891208
- Limeburners London Road Newbridge RH14 9JA (01403) 782311
- Black Horse Inn
Multi-roomed village free house on various levels. Dating back to 17th century when it was three cottages built for the local estate workers. Original features include timber beams, flagstone floors and the main bar area is dominated by an inglenook fire place which is used on cooler days. There is a paved seating area to the front and a garden at the back with a stream running along side. Quiz night on a Wednesday.
- Black Horse Inn Nuthurst Street Nuthurst RH13 6LH moc.nniesrohkcalbeht@seiriuqne(01403) 891272
- Pease Pottage
- Black Swan
Old Brighton Road
An historic Sussex pub-restaurant, the Black Swan is located at the edge of St Leonards Forest (where according to legend a dragon lives). Convenient for Crawley and Horsham, The Black Swan boasts a large car park, garden and function room and is perfect for lunch, dinner and drinks. Formerly part of the King & Barnes estate, The Black Swan was refurbished as a food oriented pub and re-named The James King. On passing to Hall & Woodhouse the former name of The Black Swan was restored. In earlier times The Black Swan was a popular stopping off point for day trippers being approximately halfway beteween London and Brighton. Apparently travellers were confronted by flower sellers when their coaches stopped. To this day there is a flower shop next to the pub.
- Black Swan Old Brighton Road Pease Pottage RH11 9AJ (01293) 612261
- Olde Sun Inn
The Sun Inn was purchased by the Pullen Family in 1807. Today it is a quiet, friendly village local comprising two small bars - a sunken corner bar to the left and a bar to the right dominated by an inglenook. Brick floors and exposed beams feature throughout. Opening hours may vary.
- Olde Sun Inn Loxwood Road Plaistow RH14 0PX ku.oc.enotsrevluhnus@ofni(01403) 871313
- Plummers Plain
An interesting pub full of everything you can think of! The ceiling is covered with hanging objects of all sorts ranging from farm machinery, a scrubbing board and an old gramophone. A grey parrot, Smirnoff, takes pride of place at the end of the bar, accompanied by various stuffed mammals of all descriptions. There is the main bar area, a second smaller room and an outside wooden constructed patio area with comfy chairs and settee. The garden is very large and features a childrens play area with most items that will keep them happy whilst their parents enjoy a drink. There is an extensive menu with large portions served every day and good ale from Hall & Woodhouse.
- Wheatsheaf Handcross Road Plummers Plain RH13 6NZ (01444) 400472
- Chequers Inn
A pleasant and popular 15th century country pub, with a large garden, part of which is used to grow vegetables used in the pub food. Three handpumps, one regular and two guest beers. Small bar room, larger 'top bar' and large dining room. This dining room is integral but separate from the pub and is in a barn type building constructed, during the last war, of corrugated sheeting; this part of the pub is listed. There is also a seating area at the front of the pub. The pub has an excellent reputation for its food. The owner/landlord is an award winning master chef of Great Britain and also achieved three AA rosettes whilst head chef at the South Lodge Hotel in Lower Beeding.
- Chequers Inn Rowhook Road Rowhook RH12 3PY moc.koohworsreuqehceht@ofni(01403) 790480
- Kings Head
This 18th century low-beamed pub can be found at the northern end of the village. The pub is opposite the Norman Church and is in a conservation area. Food is freshly prepared and has an Italian menu. There is a restaurant at one end of the pub and a bar with a wood burning stove and leather sofas at the other. The Downslink footpath passes nearby.
- Kings Head Church Street Rudgwick RH12 3EB ku.oc.oohay@kciwgdurdaehsgnik(01403) 822200
- Plough & Attic Rooms
Situated in the centre of Rusper village opposite the church. A traditional low-beamed one bar pub with a raised restaurant area and an attic room upstairs where food is also served. Parts of the pub date back to the 15th Century. There is a very extensive garden to the rear of the pub. The pub is roofed with Horsham stone. Guest beers tend to be local.
An old 16th century Coaching house and now a very busy local. It is a rambling building with a series of small comfortable rooms and a public bar. Voted "Pub of the Year" by the local press. There is an extensive food menu.
- Plough & Attic Rooms High Street Rusper RH12 4PX (01293) 871215
- Fox Eating & Drinking House
Free House that sells Harvey's Best as well as 2 Guest Ales. Friendly pub, great interior and knowledgeable staff.
- Fox Eating & Drinking House Top Road Sharpthorne RH19 4PJ (01342) 810644
- Red Lyon
Located in the heart of the village. inside there is a room with a real log fire, leading to a second room with a long bar and two open fireplaces, wood panels and settles. A third room is used mainly for dining. There is a large patio and garden with a children's play area. Accommodation is available in four rooms.
- Red Lyon The Street Slinfold RH13 0RR (01403) 790339
- Hen & Chicken
The Hen & Chicken is situated at the north end of the village of Southwater approximately three miles outside Horsham in West Sussex. The building has existed for over 250 years and has been a public house for the last 160 years. The interior of the pub reflects its age with a wealth of exposed beams and open fires which are lit throughout the winter months. The aim of the owner and staff is to provide a warm welcoming environment where customers can enjoy good value home prepared food at lunchtimes, with a wide selection of well kept ales, lagers and wines. After the take-over of the King & Barnes brewery in 2000 by Hall & Woodhouse, Bill King set up his own brewery. The Hen & Chicken was the first outlet for his beers and they have been on sale ever since, currently serving a Firebird beer, this is the one untied line, the other two lines serve beers from the Punch list, one changes regularly. Normally there is one Firebird beer, the other beers come from the Punch list.
The Lintot was opened by Marston's in May 2017, it is a new build pub close to the centre of Southwater village. The pub is predominantly food lead, there are three hand pumps selling ales from the Marston's stable. The pub has an upstairs terrace and a small garden outside the main door.
- Southwater Sports Club
A new club house is being built and should be ready April 2019. Photos of the new bar show four handpumps. Food (e.g. steak nights, Sunday lunches) available but we don't know food hours.
- Tipsy Fox
The core of the pub is 16th century with 18th century additions. Much of the pub is white painted weatherboard and was originally developed as a coaching inn on the turnpike to Worthing. There are three real ale lines. The range is tied to that provided by the pub company (Stonegate).
- Hen & Chicken Worthing Road Southwater RH13 9BH (01403) 730349
- Jolly Tanners
On the north corner of the village green, this welcoming pub combines all the best elements of a village inn. The spacious bar is divided into two distinct areas with two log fires adding to the cosy feel. There is an extensive range of guest beers and real cider is also served. A mild is always available. A good range of tasty food is available at all sessions. This is a friendly place and still very much a local's pub.
A Lovely village pub, beside the village green, which doubles as the local cricket club. There are three ale lines of which two are in use. The house beer is Harvey's Sussex Best, the other will be a rotating guest, when surveyed they were serving Longman Long Blonde. The pub is food lead.
- Jolly Tanners Handcross Road Staplefield RH17 6EF ku.oc.oohay@srennatyllojeht(01444) 400335
- The Haven
- Blue Ship
Opposite Okehurst Road North
The Blue Ship dates from the 15th/16th Centuries. It has four separate rooms retaining many original features, with log fires and a coal burning stove. Beer is served from two hatches and is on stillage. Excellent pub food is available, with Sunday lunches particularly popular. The pub hosts a gun club and in July the Newfoundland Dog Show. Included in CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.
- Blue Ship Opposite Okehurst Road North The Haven RH14 9BS ku.oc.liamtoh@pihseulbeht(01403) 822709
- Tismans Common
- Mucky Duck Inn
This country freehouse features a mixture of original and new wooden beams. There is a long bar and counter, with an inglenook fireplace and a copper cowl at the end of the bar. The restaurant is separated from the bar. In 2000 eleven en-suite rooms for overnight accommodation were built in the garden, away from the pub to avoid disturbance to visitors. Two of the rooms are suitable for wheel chair users. A wide range of meals are available. The pub also keeps 40 single malt whiskies and 6 Irish whiskies.
- Mucky Duck Inn Loxwood Road Tismans Common RH12 3BW (01403) 822300
- Turners Hill
A 16th century farmhouse and 17th century barn with Jacobean oakbeams go to make up this pub, which converted to an inn in 1706. It holds a St George's Day celebration, a beer festival to coincide with the London to Brighton cycle ride, and a 30 ale festival in October. Leather settees surround a large open fire in the bar area, with another open fire in the restaurant serving traditional English dishes. There is an enclosed garden to the rear and patio area to the front. There are three hand pumps with Harvey's Best the house beer, St. Austell Tribute or Prpoper Jobis also usually available along with one guest.
- Red Lion
A regular entry in the Good Beer Guide. It's still very much a village local, offering a warm welcome to all who enter. Split-level and featuring a large inglenook fireplace. Good value and High quality food is available lunchtimes (not Thursdays). There is a popular fortnightly quiz (Wednesday). The local CAMRA branch held its first meeting here in 1974. Children and dogs are welcome in the pub. Newspapers are available for customers.
- Crown East Street Turners Hill RH10 4PT ku.oc.llihsrenrutnworceht@liam(01342) 715218
- Two Mile Ash
- Bax Castle
Two Mile Ash Road
Two Mile Ash
Situated on the Downs Link and not far from Christs Hospital the pub is popular with walkers and cyclists. Formerly a Free House the pub is now owned by Marstons. There is a bar with a real fire in winter. A back room can be used by families or as a function room. There is a separate restaurant which is a converted barn. A large garden at the front of the pub incorporates a children's playground.
- Bax Castle Two Mile Ash Road Two Mile Ash RH13 0LA moc.liamg@eltsacxab(01403) 730369
- Greets Inn
47 Friday Street
The Greets is very much a village pub with the emphasis on a wide variety of food. There is a restaurant and a small public bar. The garden attracts a variety of wild birds and the licensees have provided nesting boxes. In addition six laying hens are kept, the eggs being used in the pub.
- Sussex Oak
2 Church Street
Large, popular village pub, open plan but with a separate dining area and four other seating areas. Eight handpumps dispense three regular beers and one or two guests, usually local. LocAle is actively supported. An extensive menu of high quality reasonably priced food, mainly local, is available. It has a large garden with plenty of seating and is dog friendly. There is also a heated and covered smokers' area. Jazz nights are on the second and last Thursday of the month, and beer festivals are held on bank holidays. The pub has featured in the Guide for the past 10 years.
- Greets Inn 47 Friday Street Warnham RH12 3QY (01403) 265047
- Half Moon
Dating back to the 16th century and recently enlarged, the focus is on quality home-cooked food at this village pub. The original part of the building has wooden floors and open fireplaces, whilst the more recent conservatory area is mainly used for dining and features a covered and illuminated well in the floor. Dog friendly, but no children under 14.
- Half Moon The Street Warninglid RH17 5TR ku.oc.dilgninrawnoomflaheht@ofni(01444) 461227
- West Hoathly
Queen's Square, North Lane
The Cat Inn is a 16th century free house, with four bedrooms, set in the picturesque village of West Hoathly, a hilltop village set in the heart of the Sussex countryside. It is within easy distance from the towns of East Grinstead and Haywards Heath and only 25 minutes from Gatwick Airport. Sitting high on a spur of the Sussex Weald, the village is a haven for walkers, ideally placed on the Western edge of the Ashdown Forest. There are a number of attractions within easy reach of the pub, including Wakehurst Place, Borde Hill Gardens, Nymans, The Bluebell Railway, Sheffield Park, Lingfield Race Course, Standen, Pooh Bridge and the Priest House and Museum in West Hoathly village. The pub retains oak beams and two inglenook fireplaces. There is a terrace where drink and food can be consumed in the summer months. This free house prides itself in the quality of its real ale, and concentrates on local breweries, such as Harvey's of Lewes and other micro breweries. Food is cooked to order, using fresh, seasonal and where possible locally sourced ingredients. Menus change on a regular basis and a small selection of seasonal specials are available on a daily basis. The Cat is reputedly the oldest building in the village and comprises a maze of cosy rooms.
- Cat Queen's Square, North Lane West Hoathly RH19 4PP (01342) 810369
- Wisborough Green
- Bat & Ball (and Haywards Restaurant)
The pub was refurbished in 2016 and reverted to its original name. An extended restaurant area serves excellent food, but the original drinking area has been preserved. A varied range of artefacts is on display, from sledges to skis and some rather novel chandeliers!
- Cricketers Arms
A typical Sussex village pub, overlooking a large village green, where cricket matches are played, the village fete and horticultural show is held, as is a hot air balloon festival. The building dates from the 16th century. The interior is open plan, with a separate dining room and three other seating areas. Good food, varied menu, large portions at reasonable prices. Hosts village darts team, and is the venue for the British Lawnmower Racing Association. Live music Thursday evenings.
- Bat & Ball (and Haywards Restaurant) Newpound Common Wisborough Green RH14 0EH ku.oc.llabdnatab-sdrawyah@seiriuqne(01403) 700313
- Wych Cross
Situated on the edge of Ashdown Forest this hotel has 28 en-suite bedrooms. It is a 17th century country house with oak beams and open fires. It has a restaurant, a carvery and a Function Room. There are bar-b-ques in the garden in the summer. Nearby attractions include The Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Gardens.
- Roebuck . Wych Cross RH18 5JL ku.oc.gnikeneerg@9946(01342) 823811