The historic town of Midhurst has a variety of welcoming historic pubs dotted around the lanes, where you can expect to find a warm Sussex welcome. The town is located in the heart of the South Downs National Park, so it’s no surprise that in the surrounding glorious countryside you’ll find a selection of welcoming country pubs and inns. Expect to find traditional, homemade pub dishes and locally sourced ales in atmospheric settings, and maybe even stunning views across the downs.

The Bluebell at Cocking

WELCOME TO THE BLUE BELL AT COCKING A friendly village pub in the centre of Cocking just below the South Downs Way , where it crosses the A286. We offer café, restaurant and bar service with snack food available all…

An image showing The Royal Oak, Midhurst

Welcome to the Royal Oak. Our beautiful 17th Century pub is situated just outside the town of Midhurst, nestled in the National Park. The Royal Oak is perfectly placed if you are looking to set off on the miles of…

an image of the Three Horseshoes in Elstead, Midhurst West Sussex

The Three Horseshoes is a traditional country pub at the foot of the South Downs with panoramic views southward to the imposing South Downs and eastward across the weald looking down on beautiful wooded areas and farmland.  The nearby cricket pitch…

a photo of The Wheatsheaf, Midhurst

Serving the historic market town of Midhurst and Beyond since the 17th Century. Your newly refurbished local pub is conveniently located in the centre of Midhurst and it’s not only our location which makes us the heart of Midhurst but…