Good Hotel Guide Review
This black-and-white timbered medieval inn overlooking Chiddingfold’s village green is ridiculously picture-perfect. Step inside and the charm continues with a bar serving pints amidst medieval carvings, oak beams, stained-glass windows and an inglenook fireplace. Dine here or in the oak-panelled dining room on Modern British dishes such as hake and champ mash, as well as pub classics. Bedrooms are contemporary country house in the newer wing or rich and characterful, with four-posters, sloping floors and ancient beams, in the original part. Some have rolltop baths. Breakfast, served late at the weekend, has home-made jams and pastries, and cooked choices from a full grill to avocado and poached egg.
The Green Petworth Road
all year, closed Mon, re-open Tues eve.
lounge, 2 bars, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), private dining, 2 small courtyard gardens, large terrace, parking, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
‘gentle’ in public spaces.
all ages welcomed.
allowed on lead in bar and lounge, not in bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £149, singles from £95. À la carte £35.