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THE HORNS LODGE

FREE HOUSE

South Street, South Chailey, East Sussex. BN8 4BD 01273 400422

 
The 'HORNS LODGE' is a traditional historic rural English public house, which has been in this location for about 200 years.
The inn was one of a string of coaching inns on the London to Brighton postal service route. A horn was carried on each coach which was sounded to herald the arrival of the post.
Hence the name , 'HORNS LODGE'.
 
 

A warm welcome awaits you
at the Horns Lodge from the new family ownership.. 

  • Cottage style Restaurant serving traditional home cooked fayre.
     

  • Bar area serving a choice of Real Ales with real fire, for drinking and casual dining.
     

  • Large Beer Garden with covered heated, patio area, boule court, pool table and children’s sand pit.
     

  • Accommodation & B&B now available.
     

  • Large Car Park.
     

  • Pub Games include, cribbage, dominoes, darts and bar billiards.


New Bar opening hours are :-
Weekdays 11.30am - 2.30pm and 5.30pm - 11.00pm
Saturday all day 11.30am - 11.00pm,
Sunday all day 12 -10.30pm.

Restaurant closed currently Tuesday:- Kitchen open Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat 12.00 - 2.00 and 6.00 -9.00. Sunday 12.00 -3.00 and 6.00- 9.00

 

Conveniently positioned on the A275, the Horns Lodge is close to the towns of Lewes, Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath, with Brighton only a 20 minute drive away. The pub is also near to Sheffield Park Gardens (National Trust) the Bluebell Railway,
Mc Beans Orchid House and the Chailey Commons (excellent walking country). Glyndebourne, Plumpton Racecourse and Plumpton Agricultural College and the Universities of Brighton and Sussex are within easy reach.
 

 
 

 
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