Feel at home in this friendly pub & restaurant – with a roaring log fire – it’s the perfect spot to eat and drink in West Sussex
Built in the 1930s on the Horsham to Brighton Road, the Hornbrook Inn is the only pub in Britain so named and whilst it dates back to the pre-Norman dark ages, no one really knows what it means – forever a great British mystery.
A nice example of an English country pub with flagstone floors and oak beams inside and a large garden outside. The Hornbrook serves an extensive menu with traditional pub favourites, regularly changing specials and award-winning Badger Beers from Dorset.
A lovely pub for all seasons and occasions.
It’s no secret that we think dogs are every bit a part of the family and every waggy tail that comes through our doors makes the day even brighter.
If you’re bringing your fluffiest pal in for a visit, let us know in the notes when booking so we can seat you in the best spot.
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