The Onslow Arms is a beautiful 17th century, grade II listed pub nestled in the heart of Loxwood — a quaint village which runs between Rudgwick and Ifold in West Sussex. Set between the River Lox and the Wey and Arun canal, this rural waterway is recognised as a national heritage asset, as well as providing a haven for an abundance of wildlife.
The pub itself has retained many of its original features including solid oak beams, wooden floors, roaring log fires and exposed brickwork. Its two large gardens, with children’s play area and canal views, traditional home-cooked pub food and warm and welcoming hospitality, makes it the perfect place for the whole family to enjoy all year round.
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