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The Bolney Stage

Traditional3.1 miles London Road RH17 5RL

This ancient black and white timbered pub in the charming village of Bolney is wonderfully characterful, with its crooked wooden beams and open fires. We were warmly welcomed on arrival and shown to a lovely table in the restaurant, where we were impressed by the extensive menu. It offers a wide variety of dishes ranging from nibb...

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The Sportsman

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.3 miles Cuckfield Road Goddards Green BN6 9LQ

Matt and Tasha Palmer-Brown took over The Sportsman in 2009, and it has since gone from strength to strength. This Grade II listed pub dates back to the 1800s, when it was a traditional beer house. These days, you'll still find a range of Cask Marqueawarded real ales, along with dishes that will delight the most discerning of foodie...

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The Jolly Tanners

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.5 miles Handcross Road Staplefield RH17 6EF

This family friendly, traditional, and CAMRA-award-winning pub found in the beautiful village of Staplefield offers a cosy, buzzing bar that looks out onto a fantastic large garden. The landlord and staff were very welcoming to both hounds and humans when we popped along one evening, taking the time to talk us through the huge a...

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The Eight Bells

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.6 miles The Street RH17 5QW

The village of Bolney is a gorgeous example of a classic English country village and The Eight Bells offers a traditional welcome and wonderful food. Owners Waz and Emma have created a homely village-pub feel to complement the accomplished restaurant, serving what they describe as 'honest' food. This means there are no unnecessary p...

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The Eight Bells

Traditional3.6 miles The Street RH17 5QW

The Eight Bells is a traditional foodie stronghold in the village of Bolney, named after the historic ring of bells found in the nearby St Mary Magdalene church. Just a short drive from Brighton, this quintessentially British pub provides a menu that’s traditional, imaginative and affordable – there’s a dish to suit every pa...

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The Cock Inn

Traditional3.7 miles North Common Road RH17 7RH

The Cock, as it’s known to locals, is one of the finest examples of a village pub. The friendly team provides just as warm a welcome to visitors to the area as to their loyal regulars, who know they can count on amiable surroundings, perfectly kept drinks and top-notch traditional pub food every time they call in. The cosy firep...

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The Half Moon

British4.1 miles The Street RH17 5TR

The Half Moon (sister pub to The Talbot in Cuckfield) is a beautiful old pub where good food is taken seriously. The menu features classic dishes given clever and creative tweaks. Chicken liver paté is reinvented as a parfait flavoured with thyme and orange, while summer pudding is refashioned as a terrine. A creamy elderflow...

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The Gardeners Arms

Traditional4.1 miles Selsfield Road RH17 6TJ

If you’re looking for a charming traditional establishment with great food and cheerful service, you’ll find it all at this 17th-century pub. Outside there’s a lovely garden that’s ideal for soaking up the summer sun, and when the weather turns cooler you can head inside the pub to enjoy the warmth of the open fire and the...

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The Chequers at Slaugham

Modern British4.2 miles Slaugham RH17 6AQ

Slaugham residents should consider themselves particularly blessed. The village's only pub is a fantastic venue, serving excellent food - and there's accommodation for those from out of town who want to get in on the action. My Sunday lunchtime visit was accompanied by the cheerful hubbub of content diners and live jazz from a grand...

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The Royal Oak Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.7 miles Horsham Road Handcross RH17 6DJ

Built in the traditional Sussex style with charming low ceilings and old oak beams, this 17th-Century freehouse is everything a traditional English pub should be. Families and walkers with dogs are all welcomed by the friendly owners, who have created a relaxing environment in which to enjoy anything from a traditional basket meal t...

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The Green Man

Traditional4.9 miles The Green RH17 7AS

The Green Man, like any true traditional pub, is the hub of the community and is set looking out over the beautiful green. It stands in the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty and isn’t far from Chelwood Common and Ardingly Reservoir, making it popular with walkers and groups. Welcoming both dogs and children, The Green Man is the...

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The Crown Inn

Traditional4.9 miles The Green RH17 7AW

On a blustery autumn day, I could think of no better tonic than a visit to the warm, friendly Crown in the village of Horsted Keynes. We were impressed by the inviting traditional surroundings and the welcoming staff, but most importantly by the superb bill of fare. Thanks to an extensive menu and a regularly changing specials boa...

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The Crown

Gastropub4.9 miles The Green RH17 7AW

Quality food and a friendly welcome await you at The Crown in Horsted Keynes, which is now under new ownership. The family that runs the Rose & Crown in Cuckfield has spread its wings, and chef-proprietor Simon Dennis is now leading an experienced team at The Crown, continuing a tradition of hospitality on the site that goes b...

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The Duke of York

Traditional5 miles London Road Sayers Common BN6 9HY

The Duke of York sits in the beautiful village of Sayers Common, and a warm and friendly welcome is guaranteed. The recently refurbished interior is clean and inviting, and attracts a variety of customers from families to local workers. Inside, the bright, relaxed environment boasts two beautiful log fires, while outside there are...

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The Plough at Plumpton

Traditional5.1 miles Plumpton Green BN7 3DF

The Plough at Plumpton is a cosy family-friendly pub with a fascinating history. Originally, The Plough was located about half a mile from the pub’s current site, but it was demolished during the Second World War to give way to a Spitfire airfield and rebuilt in 1956. Today, this proud community hub gives diners what they want i...

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