Lovely British countryside pub! Great food with a great view. Really enjoyed my visit, and will return!
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A traditional pub with a pleasant bar area, and expansive garden with great country views. We didn't eat here but the food looked good,
A true country pub in the heart of a village comprising a ribbon of houses. Great character and service. And no need for musak, as it has atmosphere by the bucket, and respects its customers. As other reviewers have said, get there early to get...More
Having been told by a number of other "snob"pubs in the area that they were full and could not possibly fit a couple in for lunch we like others came upon The Black Horse Byworth by accident -no problem here -given a table and ordered...More
I found this place by accident whilst walking around this pub is located in a tiny village just outside Petworth The pub itself is small with an extra floor when the place is busy the only real downside of this pub is the parking which...More
Sunday lunches here are very good. The staff are friendly and the food is good pub fare. This a real local pub serving local people. Nothing fancy, pretentious or expensive; just good value and tasty. Parking can be a bit difficult once the tiny car...More
After coming to know this brilliant country pub as an established watering hole, decided to book a table for a quick family meet up. Glad I did, service from the pub staff was wonderful. My duck breast was perfectly seared pink whilst not being underdone...More
We popped in for a light lunch and a drink. We enjoyed a drink on the terrace in the sunshine and then lunch in front of the fire. This is a very good traditional country pub which shows the rugby.
A handsome old pub in a quiet setting in a small hamlet, this was no disappointment. We sat near the roaring log fire in the spacious entrance area. Unusual draught ales and a delicious Cornish cider on tap. Five stars for ambience and service. For...More