Famously mentioned in George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’, the Red Lion is a friendly village pub nestled at the foot of the South Downs. This charming pub is highly popular with locals and visitors alike and is known for its delicious and varied home-cooked food, well-kept Badger Beer from Dorset and outstanding hospitality.
Guests can enjoy the cosy pub atmosphere in the bar, try their hand at the traditional pub game of Toad in the Hole or, when the weather’s fine, while away the afternoon in the lovely beer garden. All the food served is freshly prepared with carefully sourced local ingredients, and the superb home-made burger, chef’s choice pie and the Badger Beer battered cod are not to be missed.
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