Pubs With Open Fires In West Sussex
Picture it: you’re in a traditional British pub, there’s a crackling fire to your side, and you’re sipping on a pint of proper Butcombe beer – there’s nothing quite like it.
Pop into one of our pubs with open fires in West Sussex to make your dream a reality, complete with a delicious menu of locally-sourced classic pub food.
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Pubs & Inns With Open Fires In West Sussex
Stop by one of our pubs in West Sussex, close to popular attractions like the Goodwood Estate, South Downs National Park, and Chichester Harbour. All of our pubs serve refreshing, award-winning Butcombe real ales, local ciders, and delicious classic pub meals.
THE ROYAL OAK
The Royal Oak is a traditional country pub and dining room with bedrooms and two self-contained cottages, tucked away in East Lavant at the foot of the South Downs, for over 200 years. We offer a gateway to the South Downs for those seeking peace, quiet and an indulgent escape, run by a team dedicated to good food, warm hospitality and personal service.
THE OLD HOUSE INN
The Old House Inn is a traditional country pub with bedrooms, located in the beautiful West Sussex village of Copthorne. We pride ourselves on a very warm welcome, and offer the perfect base for a rural escape, or overnight stay with excellent proximity to Gatwick International Airport.
THE WELLDIGGERS ARMS
The Welldiggers Arms is a traditional country pub with bedrooms, located in beautiful Low Heath near Petworth, West Sussex. Our spacious dining area features large picture windows overlooking a stunning coppice and the rolling South Downs, and an open kitchen so guests can watch the chefs hard at work.
THE WHITE HORSE
Expect a very warm welcome, beautiful bedrooms, and seasonal, locally sourced food and drink at The White Horse. As well as a passion for quality, we are a community pub devoted to offering comfort to all. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious countryside getaway, or just fancy a pint of ale after walking the dog, you’ll feel right at home.