Sometimes your trip experience is all about timing. Some accident of time and place will combine to make a visit even more pleasant.
Went to the Trevor Arms on a Friday night with fog and mist creating an eerie feel under the South Downs. The pub loomed up huge and bright in the gloom.
It was almost totally deserted except for candles, dim lights and battered armchairs and an interior that seemed straight out of 1865 when it was built. With trains running behind the building and the station close by my partner and I felt that we had pitched up into a version of Brief Encounter!
Friendly staff excellent beers... decent food (though I agree there could be more veg) Can't think of many pub nights I'd enjoyed so much recently.
We have decided to leave the car and take separate trains next time and really try to recreate that Brief Encounter feeling!
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