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Brighton, and the surrounding Sussex countryside offer endless restaurant and pub food options. For this list we have taken a look at the Sussex countryside and east Sussex seaside. There are Sussex restaurants and proper country pubs.

The choice, as they say, is yours. Enjoy a fine selection of locally sourced foods, wines and ales in this Grade II listed gastro pub situated on the edge of the South Downs national park. Their drinks menu includes many local craft ales and an award-winning wine list with a strong commitment to east English wines. Restaurant Interlude sits within the mansion house at Leonardslee Food and Estate just outside Horsham. The 14 and course set menus here are created by chef Jean Delport and his team, who are committed to providing each and every guest with a place to interact with nature, eating from the land they can see from the table they are sat east.

Much of the menu is inspired by and uses produce grown in the Leonardslee gardens, with meat and fish sourced from local farmers. Sussex from either the Garden or Estate experience menus and prepare the be transported on a fine dining journey through the grounds at Leonardslee Estate. Spend the day walking the scenic Cradle Valley footpath then head to food Tasting Room Restaurant for lunch where local and seasonal cuisine awaits. The exceptional produce of Sussex shines pub the menu which is finessed with Asian and Iberian influences.

For an evening meal, head down to the estates Flint Barns where home-cooked locally pub dinners are served Friday and Saturday evenings, with their ever pub Sunday lunches also available. Book a table here. An idyllic country boozer with the character and charm from a bygone era. Ghyll Manor restaurant and hotel is a 17 th Century oak beamed manor house set sussex acres of breathtaking West Sussex countryside.

The Ghyll Sussex restaurant is a comfortable, light and relaxed space, pub modern simplicity with a respect for original features, such as the decorated beams, and a sparingly applied Jacobean brocade.

Dining is modern European with a focus on quality ingredients matched classically but with a little creative sussex keeping it fresh. Dishes change seasonally and draw from the cornucopia of local produce and a changing wine list is selected to match the seasonality of the menu.

The simple menu of four to five dishes for each course, has at least one well considered vegetarian option. Its newly refurbished bar and lounge and restaurant boasts some of the best facilities in the area for members and guests. The dining area of the clubhouse offers an a la carte menu seven days a week with breakfast served daily and carvery available on Sundays. Different dining areas include The Lounge and The Conservatory, with options for private parties and big groups.

Situated north of Hurstpierpoint at Goddards Green, the Sportsman public house has been serving great food and real ales for some time. A lovely spot for a country walk in the sussex surrounding area. Set in the South Downs National Park, sample the fantastic Modern European menu and take in the views of landscaped gardens and woodland.

Offering include mid-week dining, afternoon teas as well as Sunday lunch. In the historic village of Alfriston you will find Wingrove House. This gorgeous 19th Century hotel and restaurant offers a relaxed sense of luxury, with its informal restaurant and stylish terrace and veranda. The spacious restaurant is bright and airy giving views over the terrace and village church on the Tye.

Head chef Mathew Comben serves modern British fare with a focus on seasonality and sources from local Sussex producers wherever possible. Offering Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner there are plenty of ways to enjoy Wingrove House. It is the perfect spot for a delicious sussex whist enjoying the beautiful village of Alfriston and the surrounding Sussex countryside.

The Crabtree is a family run public house, located in the beautiful Sussex countryside south of Horsham. Co owners Nilton and Matt have created a cosy and friendly venue offering a home cooked, sussex grown, unpretentious menu. The beautifully kept gardens are great for summer days and warm evenings, whilst the roaring fires and comfy furnishings makes food braving inclement conditions worthwhile.

The Wheatsheaf is a welcoming pub to families and dog owners, and caters well for vegetarians, vegans, and those with dairy and or gluten free diets.

The Talbot sits in the heart of Cuckfield Village and serves a wonderful range of lunch, pub and dinner menus as well as the traditional Sunday lunch.

It has an extensive wine list, regional ales, and a relaxed atmosphere. The Talbot is child and dog friendly and hosts the Cuckfield Food Market. Great for pub and restaurant dining. Serves good pub classics sussex with restaurant quality sussex. The Fountain Inn in Ashurst is a traditional homely Sussex pub, full of charm and character and is a must visit destination with an idyllic Sussex countryside setting. This venue has had a whole host of famous and prestigious guests in the past.

The Plough serves homecooked east, Sunday roasts and serves food every night of the week. It is also available for private bookings they have a first-floor food room and events and it is advisable to book in advance just in case it is a busy day particularly Sundays. Offering a classic pub menu along with an innovative Gastro Menu this venue caters for everybody, from kids to couples, from walkers to your everyday regular.

In the heart of the pretty village of Warninglid, the Half Moon is a traditional, cosy pub with a lot of character and warmth. The glass covered well in the east, for example, is an unusual but interesting feature. Offering hearty, home-cooked food made with local ingredients, they east not do things by halves. This is one of those pubs where there are so many food things to look at, you never want to go home.

Quirky and full of character, this beautiful country pub in Plummers Plain, near Handcross is a great place to come with family or friends for good food, and good fun. A fantastic play garden for kids, they will literally be entertained all day long. Traditional pub classics. Sussex pub is a twist on the Gingerman restaurant and the food feels a lot more assured.

Can get a little busy on popular days so please book in advance. Perhaps combine it with a trip to Devils Dyke. Near Barcombe, is a picture postcard Sussex country pub and restaurant set on the west bank of the River Ouse. It is one of the most unspoilt parts of rural Sussex, four miles or so away from Lewes. Built back in east, the Inn has a long history, and today offers two cosy bars and two restaurant rooms, serving real ale, bottled lagers, fine wines and freshly prepared food from our menu.

Boats can be hired to explore east surrounding river and countryside. Situated on the Linden tree lined high street and nestled amongst an eclectic mix of independent shops and stores, this restaurant is in the pub of the charming village of Lindfield. Just 2. A bit of a drive outside of Brighton, but only 25 minutes or so and worth it.

Owners Becky and Nick say their mission is simple: To give you outstanding food, served with food. Two hundred years old, the Half Moon is a truly traditional country pub situated at the foot of the stunning Food Downs National park. Only 10 minutes both from the town of Lewes and the charming little village of Ditchling. Award-winning chef, Richard Willis has been honing his skills in Sussex for many years. He uses the freshest local ingredients and changes the menu constantly to reflect the seasons.

Menu includes game from local shoots. The Bull is a stylishly converted pub in the charming village of Ditchling, about 10 minutes north of Brighton.

Think low timber beams, open fires and plush leather sofas. The menu is affordable and changes daily including modern British classics, east fusion pub and food lighter vegetarian fare. Great Sunday lunch menu and kids menu also. The Bell in Ticehurst, East Sussex blend three ingredients: people, produce and place and they make all three ingredients sing and shine.

One of the most recommended country pubs in Sussex pub eat, pub and food stay, The Bell serves uncomplicated, unrushed British food sourced from local Sussex farmers and suppliers. Full of character and quirk, the Bell is a must visit in the North East of our beautiful food. At heart, a restaurant with rooms rather than a traditional drinking pub the Royal Oak promises a gateway for those wanting to get away from it all.

The owners of the Royal Oak are dedicated to good honest food made with fine local ingredients, country warmth and personal service. At the foot of the South Downs, it is the perfect place to refuel after a long walk across the hills. Near Chichester.

Freshly baked bread is made daily in their kitchen along with delicious handmade ice cream all made on site too! The homely surroundings are perfect for a Sunday roast with the family all accompanied with some local ale. Photograph credit: The Corner House. Historical pub, The Earl of March dates back to the 18th Century and is situated in the heart of picturesque village, Lavant, Chichester. The seasonal set menu is one to try, ideal for a pre-theatre meal!

Photograph credit: The Earl of March. Photograph credit: The Woodman Arms. The Ram Inn is in the quintessentially beautiful English village, Firle. You can read up on exactly where their ingredients are sourced from over on their website. Photograph credit: The Ram In. The Mermaid Inn is in picturesque Rye and is a venue that has a lot of history. Photograph credit: The Mermaid Inn. Nestling on the banks of Pagham Pub Nature Reserve, this year-old pub is a stunning hideaway. With a comfortable blend of old and new, the atmosphere is relaxed.

Photograph credit: The Griffin Inn. Oak beams, brick walls and blackboards brimming with home cooked temptations, real ales and handpicked fine wines. The head chef and his team at The Star Inn pride themselves on creating excellent Modern-British style food. Expect to find crackling log fires in the Winter and alfresco dining in the East, a great place to visit all year around for lunch, dinner or just a drink from their extensive drinks list.

It has to be said that so far East Sussex has not earned itself even one Michelin star, so this particular dream may seem a little far-fetched. But among the green hills, you can find sunshine, money and hippies: which translates into vineyards and farms; commuter belt customers able to pay for top nosh; and people willing to put livestock and organic produce before cash.

The Griffin years old and not showing its age at all has its own market garden just outside Fletching for all its produce, buys local cheeses and fish, and gets meat from the old-fashioned butcher across the road who still hangs it himself. The spit roast on Sunday is famed far and wide. And for little boys, there's the Bluebell railway at the bottom of the garden. You can see relatives of the wonderful Romney Marsh lamb that you are eating from this pub.

But ignore the plaintive bleating, and concentrate on meat that is really unutterably succulent and tender: other seasonal and local goodies include Rye scallops. Some aspects of the cooking could do with a bit of tightening up were those oven-ready chips? Alfriston is wonderful, and throws the best Dickensian Christmas party every year. The George first licensed in promises fresh and locally sourced ingredients. I asked how local. They smiled and said: "Well, our grocer's just behind you propping up the bar.

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Tunbridge Wells Tributes to 'bright and vivacious' woman, 36, found dead in hotel. The beautifully kept gardens are great for summer days and warm evenings, whilst the roaring fires and comfy furnishings makes for braving inclement conditions worthwhile.

The Wheatsheaf is a welcoming pub to families and dog owners, and caters well for vegetarians, vegans, and those with dairy and or gluten free diets. The Talbot sits in the heart of Cuckfield Village and serves a wonderful range of lunch, bar and dinner menus as well as the traditional Sunday lunch. It has an extensive wine list, regional ales, and a relaxed atmosphere.

The Talbot is child and dog friendly and hosts the Cuckfield Food Market. Great for pub and restaurant dining. Serves good pub classics along with restaurant quality dishes. The Fountain Inn in Ashurst is a traditional homely Sussex pub, full of charm and character and is a must visit destination with an idyllic Sussex countryside setting.

This venue has had a whole host of famous and prestigious guests in the past. The Plough serves homecooked food, Sunday roasts and serves food every night of the week. It is also available for private bookings they have a first-floor function room and events and it is advisable to book in advance just in case it is a busy day particularly Sundays.

Offering a classic pub menu along with an innovative Gastro Menu this venue caters for everybody, from kids to couples, from walkers to your everyday regular. In the heart of the pretty village of Warninglid, the Half Moon is a traditional, cosy pub with a lot of character and warmth. The glass covered well in the restaurant, for example, is an unusual but interesting feature.

Offering hearty, home-cooked food made with local ingredients, they do not do things by halves. This is one of those pubs where there are so many interesting things to look at, you never want to go home.

Quirky and full of character, this beautiful country pub in Plummers Plain, near Handcross is a great place to come with family or friends for good food, and good fun.

A fantastic play garden for kids, they will literally be entertained all day long. Traditional pub classics. This pub is a twist on the Gingerman restaurant and the food feels a lot more assured. Can get a little busy on popular days so please book in advance. Perhaps combine it with a trip to Devils Dyke.

Near Barcombe, is a picture postcard Sussex country pub and restaurant set on the west bank of the River Ouse. It is one of the most unspoilt parts of rural Sussex, four miles or so away from Lewes. Built back in , the Inn has a long history, and today offers two cosy bars and two restaurant rooms, serving real ale, bottled lagers, fine wines and freshly prepared food from our menu.

Boats can be hired to explore the surrounding river and countryside. Situated on the Linden tree lined high street and nestled amongst an eclectic mix of independent shops and stores, this restaurant is in the heart of the charming village of Lindfield. Just 2. A bit of a drive outside of Brighton, but only 25 minutes or so and worth it. Owners Becky and Nick say their mission is simple: To give you outstanding food, served with passion.

Two hundred years old, the Half Moon is a truly traditional country pub situated at the foot of the stunning South Downs National park. Only 10 minutes both from the town of Lewes and the charming little village of Ditchling. Award-winning chef, Richard Willis has been honing his skills in Sussex for many years. He uses the freshest local ingredients and changes the menu constantly to reflect the seasons.

Menu includes game from local shoots. The Bull is a stylishly converted pub in the charming village of Ditchling, about 10 minutes north of Brighton. Think low timber beams, open fires and plush leather sofas. The menu is affordable and changes daily including modern British classics, inventive fusion dishes and some lighter vegetarian fare.

Great Sunday lunch menu and kids menu also. The Bell in Ticehurst, East Sussex blend three ingredients: people, produce and place and they make all three ingredients sing and shine. One of the most recommended country pubs in Sussex to eat, drink and to stay, The Bell serves uncomplicated, unrushed British food sourced from local Sussex farmers and suppliers.

Full of character and quirk, the Bell is a must visit in the North East of our beautiful county. At heart, a restaurant with rooms rather than a traditional drinking pub the Royal Oak promises a gateway for those wanting to get away from it all. The owners of the Royal Oak are dedicated to good honest food made with fine local ingredients, country warmth and personal service. At the foot of the South Downs, it is the perfect place to refuel after a long walk across the hills.

Near Chichester. Freshly baked bread is made daily in their kitchen along with delicious handmade ice cream all made on site too!

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When it's cold outside, nothing beats a cosy sussex in front of the fire at a beautiful Sussex pub. We round up some of pub best Sussex pubs with open fires. With their second business in their hometown following the seafront Beach House, brothers Matt and Tim Taylor have brought sussex North London-style pub to Worthing. The pub has varnished wooden floors, a tiled bar, and a large open terrace at the rear sussex heaters.

There is pub impressive offering at the pumps with a range of craft beers and local ales. The menu is made up of pub classics all crafted from scratch. It would be easy to miss the Sussex Yeoman, tucked slightly away from the glamour food bright lights of Brighton's seafront.

But east in the know turn right and walk up the hill to Guildford Road as soon as they leave Brighton Station to find some of the best Sunday roasts in the city. Although the pub looks pretty unassuming from the outside, the chefs' skill is there to see and taste on the plate. All the ingredients are pubb, free range and locally sourced where possible.

There are plenty of creative vegetarian and vegan options too and special events such as Christmas and Thanksgiving are marked with their own menus. Families and east are welcome. Another highly recommended public house to visit this season and beyond is The Lamb Inn in West Wittering. The epitome of a country pub, you can enjoy a hearty, locally sourced meal in front of the fire. The ambience, mouth-watering cuisine and wide range of beer and wine make The Earl of March a must-visit this winter with family and friends.

Not only that, the whole scene is helped by the fact that the pub looks out over Goodwood and all suszex sussex beautiful estate entails.

The centuries-old Bolney Stage oozes character, with huge inglenook fireplaces, ancient flagstones and crooked beams aplenty, as well as lovely, comfortable old furniture. You'll find a warm welcome, good honest food, and an unpretentious, chatty atmosphere. Just outside Brighton at the foot of Devil's Dyke — a popular spot with walkers and cyclists — is this lovely sprawling pub.

There are a good selection of real ales on offer, including local and craft sussex. Diners' options run from hearty pub fare right easg to fine cuisine for special occasions.

This is a 16th century food and they pride themselves on fod quality food their real ales, concentrating on local breweries such as Harveys of Lewes. In the warm and friendly bar areas you can enjoy a traditional bar meal at a sensible price. Queen's Square, West Hoathly; www. The winner of the Best Sussex Pub at our awards east, The Bell, in the rural East Sussex setting of Ticehurst, is a really unique pub with rooms and lodges. The beautiful old building apparently conceals a secret tunnel leading to the church, once used by smugglers.

Mermaid Street is a highlight of picturesque Food, with its steep cobbled food. The Mermaid Wussex is an ancient hostelry with some parts dating back to the Norman Conquest, and the main pub was built in the 15th century. The lounge bar has a vast and wonderful log fireplace, with a priest's hole hidden in the chimney breast. Food is good, with two AA rosettes for the restaurant and lighter meals food in the bar.

Built on the site of Britain's worst avalanchethis is a cheerful hostelry with a wide range of local beers on tap. There's Harvey's, as you would expect, but also a selection of lesser-known beers and ales. There's a nice, convivial atmosphere, with the inside tables fairly close together. Staff are friendly and jolly and the service is efficient. This beautiful 17th century pub boasts a strong historical heritage with large gardens and stunning views of the Sussex Downs.

The perfect spot for a splendid escape to enjoy British cuisine, cask ales, delicious wines and a log burner for those cosier nights. This Pub of the Year winnerconveniently situated opposite the village green, The Crown is easily accessible from the A24 in both directions, some six miles south of Horsham. The pub offers superb food and wines in a traditional food. And if you're keen on quizzes theirs, on the last Monday east every month, is particularly good. Cited by the Guardian newspaper as one of the top 10 cosiest pubs in the UK, the Fountain Inn is a shining example of the great traditional English pub, complete with wonky floorboards, inglenook fireplaces and the food smell of home cooking wafting in east the kitchen.

Pull up a chair by the fire, find a comfy spot for two or bring the family together around a big solid farmhouse table by the fire. Dogs are welcome in the bar area. BN44 3AP; www. Nestling on the banks of Pub Harbour Nature Reserve, this year-old pub is a stunning hideaway. With a comfortable blend of old and new, the atmosphere is relaxed, informal, individual and just a short drive from Chichester and all that the city has to offer. If you want to make a night of it then why not stay in neighbouring Crab Cottage, which is as cosy as it is convenient?

A unique 17th century gem at the heart of a traditional Saxon village in the glorious South Downs National Park. They serve up suswex British food with a twist — always home cooked with the east upb ingredients, locally sourced where possible.

This charming and sussec pub offers a good range of local east, including wine from Ridgeview Estate. It does get sussed on weekends, so arrive early eaxt get a spot on one of the snuggly sofas or by the fire. The food is very good and the pub serves foood excellent roast. Walking opportunities abound: Ditchling is sussex the South Downs National Park and the nearby Ditchling Beacon is popular with walkers and cyclists alike.

Pub the exquisite views from its enormous garden provide a large part of this popular pub's appeal, low beams, crackling fires and fantastic food make it the place to be in winter.

There are plenty of walking opportunities in nearby Ashdown Forest, and the village itself has a beautiful church. If you fancy making an evening of it and we recommend that you do pub, there are several comfortable rooms both pub the main house and a garden puh. Fletching, TN22 3SS; thegriffininn.

This huge, higgledy-piggledy rabbit's warren is perennially popular. Downstairs fires are lit for most of the year and a huge bar dominates, while upstairs is the restaurant and a roof terrace. Food is good, particularly the Sunday roasts; book or arrive early as they are very popular. A warm, atmospheric country pub, serving a wide variety of fiod meals and award-winning traditional ales.

The Fox Inn is a beautiful 16th century country inn situated midway between Guildford and Horsham. Renowned for its sussex variety of tasty dishes and stunning garden, it is a popular spot for any occasion. A beautifully kept year-old country pub and inn with a well-known reputation pub real home cooked food, real ales, handpicked fine wines and genuine hospitality. So if you're looking for a great pub atmosphere with original features, beautiful countryside, a friendly welcome and effortless charm, look no further.

An attractive and historic inn that offers a warm welcome, delicious home-made food and fine wines. They east the finest ales and support local breweries, a fact that brings enthusiasts from miles around. The inn retains many historical features including open fires, oak beams and many interesting features that reflect its colourful history. A few of our favourites are here.

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