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Campaign for Real Ale

Sussex Oak

2 Church Street
Warnham
RH12 3QW
Emailku.oc.kaoxessuseht@ofni Telephone(01403) 265028
Real AleReal FireQuiet PubFamily FriendlyGardenLunchtime MealsEvening MealsDisabled AccessGamesCiderParkingDog FriendlyNewspapersWiFiServes LocAle
Opening times: Mon–Sat 11:00-23:00; Sun 11:00-22:30

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Re-opening on Monday 12th April for outside bookings! Groups of up to 6 people from any household or two household groups (including children) everyone must be seated at all times, you can reserve a table in our large garden for food & drinks. Great British Tipis have set up a great indoor/outdoor space where tables can be booked for dining, on a first come, first serve basis. Please email info@thesussexoak.co.uk to book a bench or call us on 01403 265028 and leave a message, we will confirm your reservation back to you as soon as possible. Please be sure to arrive on time for your booking & if your plans change, please just call us so someone else can use the table. We hope the weather will be kind to us all, however, best come prepared - a blanket if you feel the cold & if it looks overcast an umbrella! Due to current regulations, we are unable to allow anyone to come inside the pub unless to use the toilets, we will be operating a one way system. Our operating hours for the first week are as follows; Monday 12th April - Thursday 15th April inclusive Bar opens 11am - Closes at 9pm, food served 12pm - 2.30pm, 6- 8pm. Friday 16th April and Saturday 17th bar opens at 11 am closes at 10pm. Food served 12 - 9pm. Sunday 18th April bar opens at 12 pm -closes at 6pm, Food served 12 pm till 5pm. After lunch on Sunday 18th April, the pub will reopen on Wednesday 21st April, and operate Wednesday to Sundays until further notice with the exception of bank holidays ( resevations strongly recommended)
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Regular beers: Dark Star Hophead, Timothy Taylor Landlord

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Large, popular village pub, open plan but with a separate dining area and four other seating areas. Eight handpumps dispense three regular beers and one or two guests, usually local. LocAle is actively supported. An extensive menu of high quality reasonably priced food, mainly local, is available. It has a large garden with plenty of seating and is dog friendly. There is also a heated and covered smokers' area. Jazz nights are on the second and last Thursday of the month, and beer festivals are held on bank holidays. The pub has featured in the Guide for the past 10 years.