The last family owners were Nigel, Jan, Lauren and Bill Dengate who would welcome you to the Horns Lodge, a traditional rural English public house located in the beautiful Sussex countryside near the South Downs National Park. Whether you visited for a relaxing drink, to sample their delicious home cooked food or for a stay in one of their guest rooms, they hoped you would enjoy your stay with them.
The pub was then sold at auction. A local community bid was narrowly beaten, but the residents of Chailey have not given up yet. The local residents are endeavouring to keep the frontage tidy. The developers appear to be neglecting the site. Spoil has been tipped in the car park and the windows all boarded up.
- Independent freehouse serving a changing range of real ales. Listed in Good Beer Guide 2010.
- Cosy restaurant serving traditional home cooked fayre
- Bar area with real fire, for drinking and casual dining.
- Beer Garden with heated covered patio area.
- Accomodation, 2 B&B rooms available.
- Large Car Park.
- Sand Pit.
- Pub Games include, cribbage, dominoes, backgammon, darts, bar billiards and toad in the hole.
- Free WiFi was available