Good Hotel Guide Review
Locals, ramblers and overnighters gather at this dog- and family-friendly 16th-century inn, in walking country near the South Downs Way. It is in a peaceful village close to the National Trust’s Uppark House. There’s character in the beams and log fires of the wood- and flagstone-floored bar, a setting that’s just right for the ales, wines and spirits on offer; in the walled garden, picnic tables and parasols await clement weather. Hearty meals, listed on frequently changing menus, might include classic fish pie or lemon and parmesan chicken schnitzel. In the main building and a converted barn in the rear, well-refurbished bedrooms and family suites have rustic charm in their exposed timbers, plaids and patterns.
7. 4 in annexe.
all year except evenings of 25 and 26 Dec, 1 Jan.
bar, restaurant, snug, in-room TV, terrace, garden.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, bar, snug.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £89–£169. À la carte £30.