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|This guide recommends country pubs near Horsham, that you can cycle or mountain bike to, or of course drive your car to.|
|The Countryman Inn is a traditional rural hostelry with open log fires and a large restaurant that has been run by the Vaughan family since 1986.|
|The Sussex Oak has parts dating back several hundred years. There are several bar areas, including one with a large inglenook fireplace and old oak beams and another with a billiards table. The restaurant is mentioned in The Good Pub Guide and is well known for serving good local produce.|
|The Cherry Tree Inn: a fine 17th century country Inn, situated between Crawley and Horsham on the A264. Excellent food and ales, real log fires, a warm welcome and rustic charm. Large sunny beer garden and car parking available.|
|The Malt Shovel||A pub unlike any other? Let's just say that we like to do things differently....but to find out what we mean you'll have to drop in to see for yourself!|
|The George Hotel, Henfield. A former 16th Century Coaching Inn with a cosy beamed interior and inglenook fireplace. Relax and enjoy excellent homemade food and a pint of real ale.|
|The White Horse Inn, Storrington. Former Coaching Inn, with a bar which is open daily from 10am. A perfect oasis to unwind , enjoy your favourite drink and sample some freshly prepared snacks and meals.|
|Neal's Restaurant at The Chequer's Inn. We are at Rowhook, just off the A281 Guildford Road, just 3 miles Northwest of Horsham.
Enjoy a warm welcome and superb food by Master Chef Tim Neal.