Hangleton Manor is steeped in history: housed in a Grade II listed flint building, it is the oldest domestic secular building in Brighton and Hove, boasting an original dovecote in the extensive garden and beautiful carved intricacies on the dining room ceiling. Inside, wood panelling is enhanced by atmospheric candlelight and the pictures on the walls tell the story of the building, including tales of its haunted history. Indeed, many have reported seeing ghosts in the manor and a medium visits once a week for those who wish to explore realms beyond.
The menu at Hangleton Manor offers a wide range of options, including individual steak, specials and burger menus. There’s a regular drinks list and also a separate selection of creative non-alcoholic drinks. Every dish we sampled was cooked perfectly. My steak was seared exactly as requested and my companion’s lamb medallions were tender and juicy. The triple-cooked chips provided the perfect accompaniment, with crunchy outsides and fluffy middles. To round things off, the chocolate and coconut torte was divine, as was the Salcombe dairy ice cream.
Hangleton Manor has a function room available for hire and is also licensed for weddings. Take a trip to this beautiful restaurant to experience its culinary, historical and architectural delights.