Our menu is small and seasonal. All our food is cooked to order and the menu changes everyday to fit in what we can source from local suppliers, dug out of our vegetable patch or forage from the wild hedgerows or seashores nearby.
Why not stay another day or two and take the time to explore some of the reasons we love Sussex.
Our three en-suite country-chic bedrooms offer lovely views of the village and the South Downs and are perfect for unwinding after a day exploring the local area or simply over-indulging in the pub and the beautiful surroundings.
Upperton Road . Tillington . West Sussex . GU28 9AF
01798 342 332 . email@example.com
Settled in the sleepy village of Tillington, near Petworth, West Sussex, The Horse Guards Inn is a 350 year old pub in The South Downs National Park. With rolling views down the Rother Valley, the Horse Guards got its name in the 1840's, when part the household cavalry would frequent the Inn, while their horses rested on grass in the grounds of the Petworth Estate under the watchful eye of Lord Egremont.
The pub is relaxed, friendly and informal with wooden tables and chairs, oak beams and stripped floorboards. In winter you can roast chestnuts foraged from Petworth Park on one of the open log fires, play board games at the bar and forget about outside with a warm glass of spiced cider.
On sunnier days, enjoy the hidden garden slumped in deck chairs or on straw-bale seats or have lunch at shaded tables on benches covered with sheepskins, eating beside the herbs and vegetables you’ll find on your plate.