Wilkes' HeadChurch Lane
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Outside areas to open from April 12th from 12.00 daily, with both lunch and evening meals, the latter from 5.00 pm.
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Named after 18th-century radical John Wilkes, this small Grade II-listed red-brick pub dates from 1803. There is a cosy lounge to the left of the central bar and a larger main bar with inglenook fireplace, flagstones and low beams, plus a separate restaurant. At the rear is a permanent marquee with seating plus a comfortable, heated smokers' shelter and a large garden with play equipment. Five well-chosen changing beers come from Punch's Finest Cask Range or SIBA Local Direct Delivery. Regular beer festivals are held. 1¼m west of Barnham station; 400yds from bus stops on A29. CAMRA Regional Pub of the Year 2012 and Sussex Pub of the Year 2013. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2014.