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The Horse Guards Inn
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    Reviewed 15 November 2017 via mobile

    This wonderful little pub provides excellent gastropub food with a number of unique dishes on the menu. There are also some decent real ales. Hospitality and service are excellent. The only downer is that most dishes are fairly pricey and the beer is too. Having said that, we popped in for a light lunch and there is a light lunch menu with some inexpensive dishes. I had a bap filled with masses of pork and apple accompanied by fries for only £8.50. So do give this place a try!

    Stayed: November 2017, travelled with friends
    Thank John M
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    Reviewed 9 November 2017

    First of all, you can look left and still miss it. It sits above the road and the signs are quite discreet. There is no car park but you can park safely further up the road in a layby.
    It is a bit higgledy piggledy inside but all quaint and charm. The service was warm and friendly and the menu broad and interesting. The menu will be ever changing so suffice to say that all courses were fresh, well presented and enjoyed by all.
    It is away from the hubbub of Petworth but obviously a favourite with the local country set so booking is recommended.

    • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
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    Thank Ken F
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    Reviewed 21 October 2017

    Today we had a sublime lunch: Dorset Snails(Starter) and Brighton Dab (main). Perfect sized portions lovely veg side, all the food was stunningly cooked with beautifully balanced flavours. Fab/efficient and friendly service, warm cozy and fun atmosphere, I can't wait to visit again. Well done Horse Guards!!!

    Stayed: October 2017
    Thank John D
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    Reviewed 8 October 2017

    Looks like an 18th century Inn from the outside. Not easy for those with walking disabilities to get to. Once inside it is all character. Low beams, great decor, friendly staff and great food. Looking for a cheap lunch? Go elsewhere. Looking for a reasonably priced light lunch, yep or a more expensive main, yep. Like a dessert that is made in-house? Yep.Great service, friendly staff and excellent, locally sourced food. Well worth a visit if you are in the three counties.

    • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
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    Thank allen555
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    Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

    First time at this amazing shabby chic stylish country Inn. That should be enough words to intrigue you but... hey not enough? Then try the food it was truly sublime! Refreshing mackerel starter followed by a tantalising trout finished off with a divine rice pudding, (not forgetting the jam). All washed down with a delightful Chardonnay WITHOUT the oak. Thought my Chardonnay days were well and truly over until this beauty restored the faith. We went in the evening so missed the views, but seriously we can't wait to return as soon as we can.

    Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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