The Three Moles
Selham, Petworth, GU28 0PN
The Three Moles in Selham is a fine example of a traditional village pub. In winter, guests cosy up indoors in front of the open fire or undercover around the large outdoor log burner. When the sun shines, the garden is the place to be – particularly for larger parties wanting to make use of The Three Moles’ large marquee. Whenever you visit, it’s always a good idea to book ahead – seating inside is very limited, as you’d expect from one of the smallest pubs in Sussex. The menu is just as traditional as the pub itself, with an offering of superb pub grub designed to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites. During the week, you can dine on the likes of wholetail scampi and chips and delicious handmade pies served with mash. Call in on Sunday for the two- or three-course roast, which changes every week. You might find starters of breaded halloumi with paprika mayonnaise, and desserts like homemade apple and pear crumble. The main event features delicious meats like roast lamb and chicken, served with roast potatoes, veg, stuffing and Yorkshire pudding. Vegetarian, vegan and coeliac diets can also be catered for – just call ahead to discuss your requirements with the helpful team.