Parsonage Bar & Restaurant6-10 High Street
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This 15th century building was originally three cottages, saved from demolition in 1927 when bought by a local resident for £900. Once the Museum of Sussex Folklore, this Grade II listed building has been a quality restaurant since 1987. Starting with one hand pump in 2011, there are now 4 pumps on the bar selling a good selection of ales in great condition. As well as the regular ales, there are frequently changing guest ales, one of which is usually a dark ale. Customers are welcome to drink without having a meal, although the bar menu is good value and some options include a drink. The secluded courtyard garden is great for the warmer weather. Branch Pub of the Year in 2014 and 2015