Historic Sussex Pub Restaurant
A traditional pub full of interesting features
Situated in Hove just outside Brighton, the Hangleton Manor is a stunning historical pub. The second most listed building in Brighton and Hove after the Royal Pavilion, the Manor was originally the home of the High Sheriff of Sussex, who built it in the mid-16th century. Now a glorious pub the Hangleton Manor is full of interesting features; our restaurant, on the left as you enter, was the original chapel of the house. The magical and haunted feel of the pub is enhanced with links to the Harry Potter films through lots of Potteresque signage. With original flagstone floors and probably the largest pub garden in Brighton & Hove, it’s busy all year around. We are building our team ahead of a busy summer and have a vacancy in bar & waiting with an immediate start.
As part of Team Hangleton you will receive:
- Pay up to £8.91 per hour
- A share of tips
- Full time hours - plenty of shifts
- Plenty of scope to show your talent and develop as a key team member
- Excellent working conditions
- A full range of lifestyle benefits
- A warm and friendly welcome and all the support you need to succeed
Apply if you are:
- Well presented and confident with an eye for detail
- Committed and willing to support team colleagues
- Driven to provide the best possible guest experience
- Highly motivated and enthusiastic about hospitality
- Seeking an employer that recognizes and rewards commitment and talent
Previous experience and knowledge of hospitality operations with a busy food profile is an advantage.
If you care about what you do, strive to be the best version of your self, enjoy being part of a team and have the drive and commitment to thrive in a busy, exciting and rewarding role... apply now:
Where you'll work:
Hove’s most historic pub-restaurant with glorious gardens
Hidden away in Hangleton, in West Hove, the 15th century Hangleton Manor was formerly the home of the High Sheriff of Sussex. It is the second most listed building in Brighton & Hove (after the Royal Pavilion), making it simply stunning and steeped in history.
Full of interesting features and stories of a ghostly carriage that drives up to the house (the star of an episode of ‘Britain’s Most Haunted’), the pub has a quirky and magical feel. And with a welcoming cosy bar, elegant dining rooms and a pub garden to rival any in England, Hangleton Manor is a secret worth seeking out.
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