Sussex Branches

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Discount Pubs

The following are all the pubs which offer discounts to CAMRA members.

Sussex Branches pubs selling real ale

  • Bognor Regis
    • Dog & Duck 65 High Street Bognor Regis PO21 1RY

      Originally opened in June 2018, the micropub moved round the corner to its new, more spacious premises in July 2021. Two changing cask ales are served, one usually a stronger beer. Friendly atmosphere with tasters available from knowledgeable staff. Two ciders are available alongside five craft keg taps. Regular tap takeovers are held and the pub hosts an annual beer festival in March in a local hall. There is also a large range of interesting bottled and canned beers from local and regional breweries.

    • Martlets Aldwick Road Bognor Regis PO21 3AD Telephone(01243) 863560

      A fairly typical estate pub on the edge of a 70s/80s housing development catering for families with cheap family dining. The inside has large tables for family groups and outside there is a large garden with children's play area. Contact the pub for food times.

  • Brighton
    • Brighton Bierhaus 161 Edward Street Brighton BN2 0JB Telephone(01273) 686386

      6th April 2017 former Jury's Out re-opened as Brighton Bierhaus. Brewery tap for Brighton Bier with 5 handpumps and 20 keg lines. Serving both Brighton Bier and guest ales, plus two handpumps serving real cider. Large screen behind bar displays beer list with descriptions and prices. Drinks served in one third, half, two thirds and pint measures. Bring your own food / order from local takeaways / occasional popups. Toasties from the Croque Shop now available.

    • Druids Head 9 Brighton Place Brighton BN1 1HJ Telephone(01273) 325490

      Historic pub dating back to 1510 in The Lanes area

    • Great Eastern 103 Trafalgar Street Brighton BN1 4ER Telephone(01273) 677654

      The Great Eastern is a traditional pub with a twist. With over 100 American Whiskeys it was voted Best Spirit pub in the country in 2008. Entertainment includes regular live record spinners on Fridays and Saturdays. 5 handpumps with always some Sussex micro-brewery ales on offer.

    • Haus on the Hill 58 Southover Street Brighton BN2 9UF Telephone(01273) 601419

      Pub has been taken over by Brighton Bier. Four handpumps dispense mainly local guest beers. Ten fonts have a variety of keg beers. Real cider is usually from Ascension. Food is provided by Danny O'Shea's Taste of the Caribbean. The choice normally includes a dark beer.

    • Market Inn 1 Market Street Brighton BN1 1HH Telephone(01273) 329483

      The Market Inn was built in the 1800's and beautifully converted in the 1900's to a fine traditional English pub. Situated in the heart of Brighton's historic Lanes area, two minutes from the Brighton Pavilion, the seafront, the pier and close to the Brighton Centre, the Dome, Theatre Royal and the shopping amenities of the Churchill Square Shopping Centre. Food is available all day 10% discount to Camra members.

    • Mucky Duck 7-9 Manchester Street Brighton BN2 1TF Telephone(01273) 601450

      They claim to be an independently owned, creatively minded, traditionally styled pub with a modern outlook, serving good drinks in a nice pub. The traditional pub food is hearty, delicious and great value. Sunday roasts are amazing, and huge!.They have regular DJs and live music and are always looking for new musicians to play. All the artwork has been supplied by Brighton-based artists, and is available to buy, new pieces are always welcome.

    • Park View 71 Preston Drove Brighton BN1 6LD Telephone(01273) 541663

      A stone's throw from Preston Park with a range of beers, craft ales and speciality drinks. Food served at all times.

    • Preston Park Tavern 88 Havelock Road Brighton BN1 6GF Telephone(01273) 330517

      The Preston Park Tavern is a relaxed, contemporary pub serving great food and drink in informal yet sophisticated surroundings. Formerly a Kemp Town Brewery pub, named the Preston Park Hotel (see photo). Now part of the Indigo Pub Co group.

    • Prince Albert 48 Trafalgar Street Brighton BN1 4ED Telephone(01273) 730499

      Large Victorian free house with a number of rooms off the main bar. Built as a hotel to serve the nearby Brighton railway station. It has five constantly used hand pumps, mainly serving beers from local breweries plus real cider. It serves office workers during the day and a mixed clientele in the evening. Live music or a DJ every night. Famous for the kissing policeman Banksy on the pub wall. Particularly prominent CAMRA posters for real cider and perry and lists of those on sale. In summer 2019 the kitchen facility was withdrawn and its space now used as a green room for visiting bands. The pub encourages customers to bring in food from local establishments or arrange meal deliveries. Outdoor seating on benches at the front. Open 12 noon to 12.30 am on Bank Holidays.

    • Pub at Fiveways 292 Ditchling Road Brighton BN1 6JG Telephone(01273) 552005

      Formerly the Stanmer Park Tavern, the pub is now called the Fiveways. An imposing street corner pub situated, as the name suggests, on a five way road junction. Inside, the single bar is on 2 levels and divided into several drinking areas. Although mainly aimed at diners, there is a small games area at one end of the bar.

    • Sussex 33-34 East Street Brighton BN1 1HL Telephone(01273) 327591

      The Sussex is a conveniently located, traditional British pub in Brighton city centre. The range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a range of soft drinks and coffees. A former Taylor Walker branded pub offering classics such as hand battered cod, chips and mushy or garden peas, traditional British recipe bangers & mash or a roast of the day seven days a week. Pub food is freshly prepared and includes all the British favourites. Also offered is a range of sandwiches and jacket potatoes.

  • Burgess Hill
    • Block & Gasket 23 Church Rd Burgess Hill RH15 9BB Telephone(01444) 258260

      The Block & Gasket, formerly the Jacob’s Post, is in the town centre of Burgess Hill. Lunchtimes offer some of the best deals in town, in a comfy, traditional (yet trendy) setting. Throughout the week, SKY Sports and ESPN are played on our plasma TVs, both inside and out, or on one of our big screens, creating a real match-day atmosphere. If you’re looking for a party, then Thursday, Friday or Saturday night sees us as the place to be, with our 300-capacity venue regularly filled.

    • Quench Bar & Kitchen 2-4 Church Road Burgess Hill RH15 9AE Telephone(01444) 253332

      Quench Bar & Kitchen is located in central Burgess Hill and features a contemporary bar, packed with quality spirits, lagers, fine wines and non-alcoholic drinks. They also serve a range of teas and Italian espressos - the perfect way to unwind, celebrate or just spend time with friends.

    • Railway Station Road Burgess Hill RH15 9DQ Telephone(01444) 247474

      The Railway is situated on station road opposite Burgess Hill station. Recently refurbished to a very high standard, the Railway offers something for everyone. A light bite at lunch, relaxed dining in the evening, live music at weekends (check listings in the pub), a quiet drink after a busy day at work and a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy excellent service.

  • Chichester
    • Chichester Inn 38 West Street Chichester PO19 1RP Telephone(01243) 783185

      Pleasant two-bar pub with a real fire in the front lounge surrounded by comfortable chairs with a mix of seating and table types elsewhere. The larger public bar to the rear features regular live music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Outside is an attractive walled garden with a heated and covered smoking area. Four B and B rooms are available. Food includes Sunday lunches. There is a strong emphasis on Locales.

    • Hole in the Wall 1A St Martins Street Chichester PO19 1NP Telephone(01243) 788877

      Though Greene King are the owners, this is NOT a Greene King pub. It is leased to and operated by Big Smoke Brewing Company of Esher, so one of the best pubs in the city for real ale choice. The building is believed to have started life in the C17th as a brewery then a debtors' prison, but this old pub, once of two bars. It is now knocked through so the bar wraps round from the front to the back via a smaller side room. The interior features brick pillars, half height painted wood panelling and beams adorned with pump clips. The large space is sufficiently split up to create a cosy, friendly atmosphere with 2 open fires in winter. There are 12 hand pumps on the L-shaped bar, up to 6 for real ale, and 4 for real cider. The 20 craft keg beers are listed on a blackboard above the bar. Both keg and cask offerings include Big Smoke's own beers as well as others sourced nationally. Up to two of the keg beers are on membrane dispense. Unobtrusive background music is played. A good food selection from snacks to full meals are available most times all day from noon until 9pm.

    • Old Cross 65 North Street Chichester PO19 1LP Telephone(01243) 536290

      Large city-centre pub serving food all day. Popular with diners and a younger crowd in the evening with TVs showing football matches. Beer selection seems to change regularly but often comes from Greene King alongside other national brands with occasionally something interesting.

    • Trents 50 South Street Chichester PO19 1DS Telephone(01243) 773714

      This former hogshead stopped selling real ale when it became Trents. Now under Greene King ownership it has begun selling a single real ale with the installation of an additional handpump planned. It is still a food orientated pub with outdoor seating in the alleyway to the side that leads to a public car park. The pub opens early for breakfasts.

  • Chidham
    • Bosham Inn Main Road Chidham PO18 8PW Telephone(01243) 575027
  • Climping
    • Oystercatcher Yapton Road Climping BN17 5RU Telephone(01903) 726354

      This Vintage Inn has plenty of rustic charm although this particular thatched country inn is actually a modern reproduction having been built around the turn of the century. The large garden that wraps around the front is always popular in summer. Although it is a popular food pub there is plenty of seating for drinkers inside too. Beer choice is usually limited to standard national brands.

  • Crawley
    • Brewery Shades 85 High Street Crawley RH10 1BA Telephone(01293) 514255

      Arguably the oldest building in Crawley High Street, dating back to 1400 and complete with two active ghosts. As befits such a building, the pub has a great range of real ale and ciders, complemented buy a traditional food offering. The licensee has a true passion for the trade, demonstrated by the positively inspired range of guest ales available, always in excellent condition. The haunted upstairs room is now available for meetings. Good food is served during the day and evening - try the mixed grill.

      Gives CAMRA discount, also runs additional loyalty scheme. Awards
      Surrey & Sussex Regional Cider Pub of the Year 2018
      North Sussex Pub of the Year 2022 & 2023

    • Frogshole Farm Maidenbower Drive Crawley RH10 7QF Telephone(01293) 885081

      Originally a 16th century farmhouse, it was rebuilt in 2008 following a fire. The original part of the building survived the fire and has been carefully renovated and restored, retaining features such as the big inglenook fireplace. The pub is food lead, there are normally 5 real ales on at a time from the Mitchells & Butlers portfolio.

    • Gatwick Manor London Road Crawley RH10 9ST Telephone(01293) 866619

      Chef & Brewer pub and restaurant with Premier Inn on same site, holding regular events in its function room. Large comfortable bar with several separate areas.

    • Heathy Farm Balcombe Road Crawley RH10 3NQ Telephone(01293) 886879

      The pub occupies a 500 year old farmhouse and still retains the original beams and fireplaces. The open plan bar is comfortably furnished with sofas, high top tables and tub chairs. Freeview TV is provided for sporting events.There are facilities for functions. Meals are served in all areas of the bar. There is a large beer garden.

    • Old Punch Bowl 101 High Street Crawley RH10 1DD Telephone(01293) 529085

      This late-15th-century timber-framed hall house has performed many roles in Crawley's history, from its early use as a farmhouse to its 20th-century commercial uses: a tearoom, a bank and now a public house. The original structure has been beautifully restored and a tasteful extension erected to enlarge the bar area and add a well covered smoking area. This pub is busy, especially Friday and Saturday when there is a disco and the age profile at these time is younger, although at other times there is a wide age group coverage.

    • Snooty Fox Haslett Avenue Crawley RH10 1LX Telephone(01293) 619759

      On the main road, opposite Three Bridges railway station, the Snooty Fox is a warm welcoming pub offering much for everyone. Built in the early 1990's it replaced the earlier Fox, situated under the railway bridge, which was demolished when the road was widened. The pub is quite unusual in style with plenty of glass to create a light atmosphere and an open plan layout to maximise space. The pub's central bar area is very large catering for over 200 people. There is a well stocked bar and facilities for showing sport. Food is available from a main menu every day. With a great atmosphere and disabled facilities this pub is very accessible. It can be extremely busy when important sporting events are being viewed. There is a good locals trade and many commuting customers come here. There are 6 sticks, four have real ale, two GK IPA and Harveys Sussex Best are house beers, the other two real ales are rotated with other beers from the GK stable. The 5th line had Henry Weston Family Reserve Cider. Line 6 is spare.

  • Crowborough
    • Crow & Gate Uckfield Road Crowborough TN6 3TA Telephone(01892) 603461

      Large single bar pub subdivided into various areas, primarily an eating establishment. A refurbishment in April 2017 retained beams and fireplaces in the original part of the pub.

  • Eartham
    • George Eartham PO18 0LT Telephone(01243) 814340

      A tastefully refurbished old village pub, originally a coaching inn. The landlord celebrates the best of English and especially Sussex which extends to the whole of the drinks and food menu. The changing beers are all from Sussex, Surrey or Hampshire microbreweries. Typically one is a hoppy golden or pale ale whilst the other is Porter, Old Ale or Mild according to season. Keg beers and lagers are from British microbreweries. The food menu is expertly cooked by a professional chef team ingredients sourced from within a few miles of the pub and the restaurant has been recently refurbished. Popular with walkers and cyclists, the pub has collaborated with the National Trust on a 4 mile walk through the adjacent Slindon Woods. A beer festival is usually held each April featuring up to 25 Sussex ales and live music in a marquee. Runner Up for Sussex Life magazine Community Pub of the Year 2015.

  • East Grinstead
    • Dorset Arms 58 High Street East Grinstead RH19 3DE Telephone(01342) 316363

      Large pub in East Grinstead High Street with an extensive single,circular bar divided into various seating areas including zones with sofas and soft furnishings and an area suitable for families and children. An upstairs function room is available, and a downstairs patio to the rear of the pub.

  • East Preston
    • Clockhouse Bar 103-105 Sea Road East Preston BN16 1NX Telephone(01903) 788367

      Up until 2002, the building that the Clockhouse Bar occupies was in fact a Barclays bank, built in 1929. There is a working clock above the pub which is a kept war memorial, dedicated to those who lost their lives in the First World War. In the pub itself there are many different types of clocks on the wall. There is a mirror clock behind the bar, showing a time of 8:57. This is the time it stopped at during the second world war, due to the clock winder being called up to serve, and he was not replaced. Inside there are cork style tables and a raised level with comfy seating. Live Music Sat and Sun, with Folk/Roots/Blues on the last Sunday in the month. No longer serves food, but customers welcome to eat food from local shops/ takeaways if they buy a drink at the bar to accompany it. Upstairs restaurant is no longer open on a daily basis, it is only available for pre booked private dining & functions.

    • Tudor Tavern 134 Sea Road East Preston BN16 1NN Telephone(01903) 770078

      Recently renovated and under new management the pub is a short walk from the beach, and has a raised level inside with a real fire. Old pictures of the area adorn some of the walls, with other prints on other walls. There is nearby on street car parking. The intention is to make this pub a focus of the community with a Monday club, a retro games night on Tuesday and a DJ on Friday

  • Eastbourne
    • Beachy Head Beachy Head Road Eastbourne BN20 7YA Telephone(01323) 728060

      Large open plan pub concentrating on food, popular with tourists visiting the beauty spot on which it is situated. Leading from the central bar, there are multiple dining areas, some with sofas and most with spectacular views in various directions. There is a comprehensive food menu.

    • Mill Willingdon Drove Eastbourne BN23 8AL Telephone(01323) 460809

      Roadside pub on the outskirts of Eastbourne with emphasis on good value food. Spacious restaurant bar has pleasant views of the South Downs, there is a large garden with seating and children's play area.

  • Exceat Bridge
    • Cuckmere Inn Exceat Bridge Exceat Bridge BN25 4AB Telephone(01323) 892247

      With panoramic views over National Trust marshlands, the Cuckmere Inn is a magnet for ramblers on the area's many trails. It has lovely gardens and an attractive gated entrance by the Exceat Bridge over the River Cuckmere. Formerly the Golden Galleon.

  • Fontwell
    • Old Stables Fontwell Park, Fontwell Avenue Fontwell BN18 0SY Telephone(01243) 543082

      Not 'old' at all, this modern pub was just built to look that way. In the grounds of Fontwell Park Racecourse, it is open to the general public and comprises a large open-plan restaurant with a bar where drinkers are welcome. Wednesday is Vintage Pie Day. Visit website for 20%-off voucher. Accommodation is in Motel next door which shares the car park.

  • Goddards Green
    • Sportsman Gatehouse Lane Goddards Green BN6 9LQ Telephone(01444) 233460

      Goddards Green, in the heart of West Sussex, close to Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint and Burgess Hill, boasts the Sportsman public house, home of great cuisine and Casque Mark Ales. Formerly, two pubs, the Magpie and the Sportsman, the buildings were knocked through into one. This establishment dates from about 1800, when it was recorded as a ‘beer house’.

  • Hassocks
    • Friars Oak London Road Hassocks BN6 9NA Telephone(01273) 847801

      The Friar's Oak, a pub in Hassocks with rural charm and rustic character by the bucketload. A perfect retreat if you find yourself near Burgess Hill, Hurstpierpoint or Keymer.

  • Hastings
    • Jenny Lind 69 High Street Hastings TN34 3EW Telephone(01424) 421392

      Located in the heart of Hastings Old Town, ten handpumps with local and countrywide beers and ciders gives this pub one of the best real ale and cider selections in the area. Up to six changing real ciders including those served from boxes behind the bar, though there is a 25p premium on half pints. There is loud live music at weekends and the RX Shantymen sing every Thursday. The pub operates a loyalty scheme from October until the end of March. The front bar is long and roomy whilst a smaller back bar is warmer and more intimate with a real fire. There is also an upstairs function room hosting a range of events from blues to slot car racing. There is a terraced garden behind the pub which is delightful in warm weather.

    • Pissarros 10 South Terrace Hastings TN34 1SA Telephone(01424) 421363

      A single bar and a separate dining room with a good range of food and a function room make up the accommodation of this pub.

  • Haywards Heath
    • Burrell Arms Commercial Square Haywards Heath RH16 1EA Telephone(01444) 453214

      Situated by Commercial Square close by the railway station, The Burrell Arms offers 4 real ales. Sports events live on large screen TV throughout the pub. Large beer garden to the rear. Varied food menu featuring pub classics and everything in between to Sunday roasts.

    • Star 1 The Broadway Haywards Heath RH16 3AQ Telephone(01444) 413267

      The Star is a great value local situated on the Broadway. Value for money pricing on drinks and food make the Star a great traditional place to visit for lunch or in the evening. Sky sports is available for all your sporting needs & at weekends we have the best atmosphere in town, a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy excellent service.

  • Hooe
    • Lamb Inn Pevensey Marsh Hooe TN33 9HH Telephone(01424) 848649

      Located in the Pevensey marshes, the beamed original part of this pub dates from the 16th century. It was built as a shepherds' hostelry, obliged at the time to be open all night and to allow sickly lambs to recover at the fireside. The pub still has a twenty four hour licence at lambing time. It was extended in the 1970s resulting in several separate areas for eating and drinking. The pub offers cider, usually Weston's Old Rosie, not real cider according to CAMRA's definition.

  • Horsham
    • Anchor Hotel 3 Market Square Horsham RH12 1EU Telephone(01403) 250640

      The pub encourages ales from local brewers and is LocAle accredited. Beer festivals are held occasionally. Discount available for card carrying CAMRA members.

    • Brewhouse & Kitchen 38 East Street Horsham RH12 1HL Telephone(01403) 788140

      Brewhouse & Kitchen pub in what was formerly the Horse & Groom. Large single bar area serving B&Ks own real ales.

    • Crown Carfax Horsham RH12 1DW Telephone(01403) 266350

      The Crown is a grade II listed building on the Carfax. It is a Greene King managed house. There are 5 hand pumps, three of which are in use at any given time. Greene King IPA is the house ale which is accompanied by two rotating guests from the Greene King list; for example London Glory or Timothy Taylor Landlord.

    • Sussex Barn North Heath Lane Horsham RH12 5PJ Telephone(01403) 270406

      Large pub Diner on the northern edge of Horsham. There is a separate, comfortable dining area and a separate dining area for families. The long bar is fronted by a wooden floor. The rest of the bar area is carpeted and there is a selection of bar furniture ranging from comfortable seats with low tables to higher level tables with taller chairs. T.V. is provided but does not include sports coverage.

  • Hove
    • Blind Busker 75-77 Church Road Hove BN3 2BB Telephone(01273) 749110

      Popular pub with various meal and drink deals. Nov 2018 - now re-opened following a refurbishment. Real ale £2.80 a pint on Tuesdays. Card carrying CAMRA members can get a 50p reduction on all days except Tuesday. The Blind Busker takes its name from a local man ‘Blind Harry Vowles’ who frequented the pub back in 1900’s, he and others were often seen playing accordions and other musical instruments beneath the Angel of peace statue, these folk were known as the ‘Brighton Characters’ Real Ales are well kept & bar staff are very friendly & efficient. Live football is regularly shown on TV & the pub has a good atmosphere. Range of Lilleys ciders available.

    • Palmeira 70-71 Cromwell Road Hove BN3 3ES Telephone(01273) 720641

      Historic pub close to the Hove cricket ground. Refurbished 2015 and now with 2 regular beers and 3 guests. Quiz night Thursdays at 8.30, poker night Tuesdays.

    • Station 100 Goldstone Villas Hove BN3 3RU Telephone(01273) 733660

      Large corner pub just opposite Hove railway station. Serves pizzas (2 for 1 Tueday) from an open view kitchen. Quiz night Wednesday. Argentine tango evenings. Bare-boarded throughout with 3 handpumps serving 1 regular and i changing Greene King beer and 1 guest. Has a paved garden area bordered by a north facing wall.

  • Icklesham
    • Robin Hood Main Road Icklesham TN36 4BD Telephone(01424) 814277

      This 17th Century warm, friendly locals’ pub has a striking ceiling display of hops, coppers and brasses built up over twenty years. There is a magnificent open fire and a large dining area to the rear offers locally sourced, home cooked food. Up to four real ales (including at least one local real ale) and up to twelve real ciders are served. The pub hosts pool and pétanque teams and is the home of the local Bonfire Society. The large garden has a children’s play area.

  • Lewes
    • Gardener's Arms 46 Cliffe High Street Lewes BN7 2AN Telephone(01273) 474808

      Small genuine free house in the heart of Lewes, near Harveys brewery. Five constantly changing guest ales generally from small breweries all over the country. Harveys seasonal ales and one-off brews often feature. Bottled and draught cider is available, but doesn't always meet Camra's definition of real. Food consists of locally made pies and pasties. A guide and ale trail regular, it is popular with Brighton and Lewes FC fans on match days. Customers' canine friends are made very welcome with water and dog treats. No children allowed. Local Camra branch pub of the year 2016. Now offers 5% Camra discount

  • Poynings
    • Devils Dyke Dyke Road Poynings BN1 8YJ Telephone(01273) 857256

      A country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the pub food and the cask ales, The nearby Devil's Dyke is, according to local folklore, an unfinished trench which was dug by the Devil in an attempt to flood the churches of the Weald. Buses run 7 days a week but vary according to the time of year. Check bus company website for more info ( Convenient for South Downs Way Footpath.

  • Rustington
    • Lamb 73 The Street Rustington BN16 3NU Telephone(01903) 783227

      Large family pub / restaurant

  • Rye
    • Queen's Head 19 Landgate Rye TN31 7LH Telephone(01797) 226929

      Spacious 17th century freehouse situated near the Landgate in Rye this friendly traditional old English pub has many interesting comfortable seating areas. A sign inside says it was called the Two Brewers in 1706 and the Queen's Head since 1781 and has been plague free since 1988! Home cooked food is served daily.

  • Seaford
    • Old Boot Inn 16 South Street Seaford BN25 1PE Telephone(01323) 895454

      Situated just a little south of the church. Large pub with entrances from two streets. Now under the same ownership as the Gardener's Arms in Lewes. Six handpumps serving one regular beer, four changing guests and ciders.

    • Steamworks Cafe Unit, Seaford Station, Station Approach Seaford BN25 2AR Telephone(01323) 895541

      Café bar at Seaford Station opened late 2017 serving local (Sussex and neighbouring areas) real ale and cider. Real Ale is served on gravity and cider from boxes. Selection of craft beers also available on keg. Snack food served. Entrances both from the front of the Station and from the Station platform. Apr 22 - now back to 4 real ales. Local breweries used for cask beer are: Long Man; Bedlam; 360; Gun. Usually rotated weekly Happy hour Mon - Fri 16.00 - 19.00.

  • Shoreham Beach
    • Waterside Inn Ferry Road Shoreham Beach BN43 5RA Telephone(01273) 455390

      A large 2 bar pub across the harbour from the town centre. The larger bar has a dart board & pool table and a mix of high tables and lower bench seats. The smaller one is comfortably furnished with armchair seating.

  • Shoreham-by-Sea
    • Swiss Cottage 34 Old Shoreham Road Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5TD Telephone(01273) 453301

      The Swiss Cottage pub in Shoreham By Sea is a Greene King pub restaurant offering a full menu all day, 7 days a week. This can be enjoyed in the lakeside dining area or the extensive family garden. A Blue Plaque fixed to the front wall by The Shoreham Society records the founding on the site in 1838 of the Swiss Gardens - a Victorian pleasure resort (see photo)

  • Shripney
    • Robin Hood Shripney Road Shripney PO22 9PA Telephone(01243) 822323

      A fairly typical Chef & Brewer pub with a somewhat rustic interior. Plenty of nooks and crannies and low beams give it a very traditional feel. Traditional family food menu and beer from fairly typical national brands. As a result of an agreement between CAMRA and Greene King, organised by CAMRA's membership team, this managed pub is one of over 500 pubs where Greene King have agreed to offer a discount to members with the offer of 10% off real ales.

  • Southwick
    • Cricketers The Green Southwick BN42 4GF Telephone(01273) 592081

      Overlooking the local cricket green, The Cricketers has something to offer everyone with sports from Sky and BT and a wide choice of food. Now with three handpumps

  • Telscombe Cliffs
    • Smugglers Rest South Coast Road Telscombe Cliffs BN10 7BE Telephone(01273) 586593

      The Smuggler's Rest pub restaurant was formerly known as the Badgers Watch and before that, the Lifeboat Inn, as it funded the first local lifeboat. Situated on Telscombe Cliffs, The Smuggler's Rest provides an ideal place to enjoy the sunset over the sea. The attractive and spacious inn with delightful gardens enjoys a spectacular and unrivalled setting on top of the Telscombe Cliffs in Peacehaven - there are outstanding views over the sea, and cliff top walks. Beware of car parking charges. Now reopened after a makeover.

  • Uckfield
    • Station New Town Uckfield TN22 5DL Telephone(01825) 760999

      Refurbished Greene King pub opposite Uckfield Station. A useful stopping off point when waiting for a train, interesting guest beers from regional breweries often feature. Cask marque accredited.

  • Worthing
    • Brewhouse & Kitchen (Worthing) 14 Wykeham Rd Worthing BN11 4JD Telephone(01903) 948222

      Formerly the Beechwood Hall Hotel, these premises were taken over by Brewhouse and Kitchen in 2019. After a delayed refurbishment, it opened in May 2021. Many original features of the building have been retained, with sympathetic extensions. This is the first B&K site which is a hotel as well, so described by them as a "BrewTel". All hotel rooms have been fully updated and redecorated. Serving inhouse brewed ales and keg beers with a good food menu. Typically 4 cask ales and 12 Keg beers, including keg beers from other brewers. Outside seating area including covered pods. Some of the ales and rooms are named using the former names of this building. Onsite brewpad where they brew all of their own beers. Customers can participate in Brewdays by booking. Beer tasting classes. Beer and food matching and Gin tasting classes. NOTE: Breakfast and Brunch also served 07:00- 12:00 weekdays, 08:00-12:00 Weekends.

    • Broadwater 4 Broadwater Street West Worthing BN14 9DA Telephone(01903) 238675

      A large sports orientated pub, split over 2 levels, located in Broadwater parade. Live sport is shown on screens throughout the pub. Pool is played here. Monday night is poker night. Special food deals are available on certain nights.

    • Bulls Head Goring St Worthing BN12 5AR Telephone(01903) 247622

      This large multi-roomed pub (it is a 16th century pub that used to be partly a morgue) offers food, ale and entertainment. It is close to Goring Hall and Goring Gap, as well as the Ilex Way. There is a large secluded garden, a separate restaurant (in a 'barn' style extension) and comfortable, older-style bar. Pictures of old Goring adorn the walls.

    • Golden Lion 7 The Strand Worthing BN12 6DL Telephone(01903) 245439

      Located north of Durrington station

    • Mulberry Goring Road Worthing BN12 4NX Telephone(01903) 241555

      Large pub at the western end of Goring-by- Sea shopping parade. Large garden with play equipment where children are welcome. Food available. Pay & display car park in operation. Refunds available at the bar.

    • North Star Littlehampton Road Worthing BN13 1QY Telephone(01903) 247973

      Spacious 1930's roadhouse. A pleasant interior features one long central bar, with various nooks and crannies. There is a dedicated dining area but the full food menu is served through out the building. There is a south-west facing garden for alfresco drinking and dining. Live music is staged on a semi-regular basis, every couple of weeks or so. Monday Cask Club: All cask ales are sold at a reduced price, however the 20p CAMRA discount is not valid on this day

    • Sussex Yeoman Palatine Road Worthing BN12 6JN Telephone(01903) 240050

      This pub was built in 1967 by the Tamplins group. The name is derived from the Sussex Yeoman Cavalry. Redecorated in the summer of 2016. Large garden, with a children's play area.

    • Swallows Return 1 Titnore Lane Worthing BN12 6PB Telephone(01903) 506346

      The Swallow's Return is a converted barn, which occupies buildings once known as North Barn. There are wooden pillars throughout, and various mirrors & tiles on the walls. There is a quiz, every other Thursday evening. It is next to some important ancient track-ways which linked South Downs settlements from very early times. There is a large garden.

    • Thieves Kitchen 10-12 Warwick Street Worthing BN11 3DL Telephone(01903) 237978

      Set in the heart of Worthing town centre, this large pub serves food all day. There are large tables inside, which is ideal for big groups. The lower bar is spread over two levels. Upstairs is a pool table. Hanging from the ceiling are various styles of chandeliers, supplemented with modern lighting. TV screens show sport. Refurbished by Greene King in August 2108 this pub has reverted to the original name of the Theives Kitchen.

    • Thomas A'Becket 146 Rectory Road Worthing BN14 7PJ Telephone(01903) 266643

      Large and bustling 1930s roadhouse at busy crossroads. Pub quizzes are held here. There is a small low-walled garden at the rear and a large car park.

  • Wych Cross
    • Roebuck . Wych Cross RH18 5JL Telephone(01342) 823811

      Situated on the edge of Ashdown Forest this hotel has 28 en-suite bedrooms. It is a 17th century country house with oak beams and open fires. It has a restaurant, a carvery and a Function Room. There are bar-b-ques in the garden in the summer. Nearby attractions include The Bluebell Railway and Sheffield Park Gardens.