The good pub guide review
Spacious renovated pub with 16th-c origins; four well kept ales including Otter, decent wines by the glass and good food from traditional choices up, friendly efficient staff, scrubbed tables and pews in beamed bar, some old black and white photographs and farming memorabilia, various other linked rooms including smart pitched ceiling restaurant (separate more upmarket menu); children and dogs welcome in some parts, small front terrace and attractive back garden, pretty village with duck pond, good walks and handy for Winkworth Arboretum (NT), open all day.
Traditional country pub dating back to 16th century set in beautiful rural setting on the edge of a quiet village.Public bar with banquette seating and large communal table. Restaurant area with laid-up tables and large garden room. Outdoor area has terraces to the front and rear with a large grassy garden furnished with two big tables and many bench tables.Fresh, seasonal, locally sourced modern British food cooked daily. Traditional Sunday roasts & daily specials.Fine wines from the old & new world, 12 by the glass. Harvey's Sussex Best & two guest ales on handpumpOpen all day from 11am Mon-Sat, 12noon Sundays.There are a fantastic variety of country walks from the many public footpaths that intersect the pub leading to wonderful views over the south Downs. The NT Winkworth Arboretum is nearby as are riding and hacking.
Name of Licensee
Paul and Sorrel Morganti