Enjoyed an excellent lunch in this historic pub (venue for the first WI meeting in 1915) after walking on the South Downs. This is a deceptively large pub in a small village around a mile from Goodwood, the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum and West Dean College & Gardens. There is a limited but interesting menu supplemented with specials displayed on the blackboard. A good range of real ales and wines is also offered. The garden with its unspoilt views of the South Downs is noe of the most pleasant dining/drinking experiences imaginable.
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