The Hornbrook Pub
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 Hall & Woodhouse family in 2001 when the company acquired Horsham brewer King & Barnes and it’s the only pub in Britain so called.
A great example of a classic traditional English pub, the name dates back to the pre-Norman dark ages, but no-one really knows what it means and although the nine letter word ‘Hornbrook’ has a scrabble value of 18 points, it’s not in the official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
With a large garden, we’re also dog friendly, as every great pub should be, which makes the pub glorious in the summer and during the darker, colder winter months the cosy interior with roaring log fires, flagstone floors and oak beams, really comes into its own.
Temporarily closed due to current Government Covid-19 legislation
"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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