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ussex is dominated by the South Downs, a coastal range of low chalk hills. Chichester an important regional centre. Superb mosaics have been uncovered at Fishbourne Roman Palace on the outskirts of the town. Ancient paths cross the South Downs where Stone Age man grazed his sheep over 5000 years ago. The landscape of Sussex inspired Turner and Tennyson.Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

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Amberley Castle

Arundel, Sussex, BN18 9ND Tel: 01798 831992
Back to top MAP Amberley Castle Home Page Email Amberley Castle 19 Rooms Real Fire Children over 12 Welcome Lovely Location South Downs Way Close to the River Arun & the Coast Top Quality Hotel
Wonderful converted castle with panelled walls, baronial polished oak floors, tapestries and suits of armour. The original manor house and the village church were built around 1100 by Bishop Luffa of Chichester. Individually designed bedrooms which all have Jacuzzis. Children over the age of 12 are welcome.

The Bell

High Street, Burwash, East Sussex, TN19 7EH  Tel: 01435 882304
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This luxuriously appointed inn was a favourite of Rudyard Kipling, who wrote about it lovingly in Puck of Pooks Hill - the place is wreathed in flowers during the summer.

The Buccaneer

10 Compton Street, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4BW  Tel: 01323 732829
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Very busy inn with good food and real ales. The hospitality is such that if you start drinking at 11:00 am and stay until closing time at night - you're likely to completely forget that you were ever in there !

The Curlew

Bodiam, East Sussex, TN32 5UY  Tel: 01580 861394
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The Curlew17th Century inn on the Kent border located close to Bodiam Castle in an area known as the Weald. Lovely timber weatherboarding and homely interior.

Gribble Inn

Oving, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 6BP  Tel: 01763 786893
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Just 1 mile outside the delightful town of Chichester, the Gribble is a lovely thatched inn which brews it's own ales.

Griffin Inn

Fletching, Uckfield, Sussex, TN22 6SS Tel: 01825 722890
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Lovely Tudor inn serving excellent Harvey's ale, good food and service. Idyllic country pub.

Hand In Hand

33 Upper St James,s Street, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 1JN Tel: 01273 699595
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Traditional small corner street boozer with newspaper instead of wallpaper ! Fine ales brewed on the premises and a selection of home cooked food.

Richmond Arms

Mill Road, West Ashling, West Sussex, PO18 8EA  Tel: 01243 5757304
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Superb village pub which claims to have served more kinds of traditional ale than any other in Britain, and it also offers a full range of popular pub games, including nine-pin skittles, bar billiards, shove ha’penny, dominoes, and darts.

Spread Eagle

South Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9NH  Tel: 01730 8169114
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Most of this antique-laden pub, with its lovely leaded windows and much beamed interior, dates from the 17th century, but so smitten was writer Hillaire Belloc that he described it as ‘the oldest and most revered of all the prime inns of this world’.

Sussex Brewery

36 Main Road, Hermitage, Sussex, PO10 8AU Tel: 01243 371533
Back to top MAP Excellent Sausages !! Excellent Ale CAMRA Listed Real Fires Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Grade II listed Emsworth Harbour Chichester Harbour Nominated by Bill O'Hagan
Very popular 17th Century inn with lots of character and very good ales. The feel is basic, but very friendly, with bare floorboards and sawdust. Also known as 'the sausage pub' even though the menu says "fresh local fish a speciality" - but there's one main reason most people visit the Sussex Brewery - the range of sausages supplied by Bill O'Hagan Located next to the Hampshire border the Sussex Brewery is surrounded by the magnificent Chichester Harbour, Mill Pond and surrounding marshes.