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Places to eat

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Horsham Pub Guide 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.