This unique 17th century inn is in Burpham, a charming small village near Arundel. It is surrounded by the beautiful South Downs National Park.
The pub has an inviting modern interior and serves seasonal, locally-sourced, freshly-cooked food, beers, wines and spirits.
It is locally owned and aims to live up to the ambition . . . “By the locals, for the locals, of the locals – and a very warm welcome to everyone.”. . . including muddy-booted walkers and well-behaved dogs!
They serve delicious British food – always home cooked with the freshest seasonal ingredients, locally sourced where possible.
This pub is close to footpaths so is a good place to stop if you are hiking locally
This West Sussex inn is a wonderful example of the great traditional English pub with wonky floorboards, inglenook fireplaces and the heart warming smell of home cooking wafting in from the kitchen.Eat outside in their garden on warm summer days!
Top Quality Food Menus
The Fountain is well known for their top quality food menus, friendly service and great atmosphere …Recommended whether you want a light snack or something more substantial.
Situated in the beautiful Sussex village of Ashurst. Just a couple of miles north of Steyning and within easy reach of Brighton
This Sussex pub is sure summer is on its way – so has started serving Pimms!
Pimms is a brand of fruit cups, but may also be considered a liqueur. It was first produced in 1823 by James Pimm. Usually served with mint & fruit slices as in the photo. Always available at Wimbledon!
Post by Jenny at http://www.steyningcottages.co.uk
The pub is a 15 minute drive from Steyning or a long walk over the hills! It’s one of my favourites in the lovely village of Fulking just below the South Downs ….
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