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Pubs and inns

You’re in for a treat if you’re on the hunt for fantastic pubs offering top quality food and drink. Covering the whole county, West Sussex is home to some of the best traditional and contemporary pubs and inns. Whether you’re stopping off to refuel after a long walk, want to soak up the countryside over a leisurely lunch or sample local ales and produce, there are plenty of options to tickle your fancy.

Pubs and inns in West Sussex

Local guides

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Places to eat and drink

The Hollist Arms

The Hollist Arms is a 18th Century pub at the heart of the p...

The Noah’s Ark

The Noah’s Ark is a 16th Century pub in the picturesque vi...

Duke of Wellington

The Duke of Wellington or The Welly is a free house, located...

The Black Jug

The Black Jug is a traditional pub with the bar at it's hear...

The Crown, Horsted Keynes

The Crown at Horsted Keynes is situated inside a 16th Centur...

The Queens Head

The Queens Head in West Chiltington is a traditional village...

The Jack and Jill Inn

The Jack and Jill Inn is a family-run pub situated in the pi...
The Bridge Inn

The Bridge Inn

A country pub and kitchen in the heart of the South Downs. T...

Fantastic local pubs

With West Sussex the home of well-known names like Bedlam Brewery and Bolney Wine, many pubs across the county serve our local tipples. The White Swan in Bosham is perfect if you’re looking for seasonal food and drink, while The George in Burpham has been voted ‘No.1 Pub to Walk to’ by The Sunday Telegraph. Whatever you’re looking for, enjoy a well-deserved drink at one of our finest pubs after a day of exploring.

Waterside pub in West Sussex