15th century Sussex country pub on the outskirts of Crawley
Goffs Manor is a beautiful 15th century Grade II listed house on the outskirts of Crawley. Previously owned by legendary actor Peter Vaughan of Porridge fame and incorporating a green plaque to commemorate his contribution to theatre, TV and film, this charming pub is known for its character and wonderful gardens, incorporating its very own duck pond.
Carefully preserved – with oak beams, open fires and many unique rooms along with its beautiful alfresco spaces – you can pull up a chair and make it your home away from home for the day. Serving an extensive menu with traditional pub favourites and regularly changing specials, as well as award-winning Badger Beers from Dorset, this pub really does cater for all seasons and occasions.