The Hangleton Manor
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Sitting just outside Hove, Hangleton Manor is a delightful pub-restaurant dating back to the 1500s. The Grade II listed building has charm and character in abundance, complete with high ceilings, a Jacobean fireplace and oak panels in the main dining room. No matter what the occasion, Hangleton Manor fits the bill; it’s cosy and intimate enough for a tasty family meal, and grand enough to host any kind of celebration.
There’s a dish to suit just about every palate and the menu includes helpful suggestions as to which drink will best complement your meal. As well as an
all-encompassing wine list, there’s a fantastic and varied selection of beer on offer. I began my meal with comforting cheese and beer croquettes, while my partner opted for flavoursome filled jacket potato skins. For the main course, I sampled the steak and Tanglefoot ale pie complete with beautifully tender beef and golden pastry – it’s no surprise it received a silver award at the British Pie Awards 2017. If you haven’t left much room for dessert there’s a vast range of ice cream and sorbet available, which my wife greatly enjoyed sampling, but I couldn’t resist a generous helping of sticky treacle sponge.
The large gardens are idyllic spots in which to enjoy a refreshing drink – there’s no better way to spend an afternoon.