A COUNTRY PUB ON THE EDGE OF HORSHAM
Located just outside the town of Horsham or the edge of rolling Sussex countryside, the Hornbrook joined the H&W family in 2000 when Hall & Woodhouse acquired Horsham brewer King & Barnes and is the only pub in Britain called the Hornbrook. The perfect example of a warm and friendly English country pub we all know and love, the name dates back to the pre-Norman dark ages but no-one knows what it means. It’s probably a mis-hearing of the word ‘hornbook’. We’re dog friendly as every great pub should be, with a large garden, roaring log fires, flagstone floors and oak beams, it’s cosy in the winter and glorious in the summer.
Monday – Saturday 11:30am – 11pm
Sunday Noon – 10:30pm
The Hornbrook is a medieval settlement to the South East of Horsham. It is also an Old English Anglo Saxon name from Devon.
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