An eclectic country pub full of history and character
The Fox Inn is a beautiful Sussex country pub found in the serene hamlet of Bucks Green, near Rudgwick. It serves an eclectic menu of traditional pub classics and (somewhat surprisingly) a delicious range of Chinese dishes alongside exceptionally well-kept, awarding-winning Badger beers from Dorset.
Built in the 16th century (with later additions in the 1800s), the Fox Inn originally consisted of several properties separated by a bridleway. The same red-brick path remains today and runs through the centre of the pub from the front to the back door. Each year on Christmas Day, to the amazement of its guests, a horse is either ridden or led directly through the pub along the bridleway — the same way it would have done in years gone by.
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