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The New Inn, Hurstpierpoint

 

Address:
76 High St,
Hurstpierpoint,
Hassocks
West Sussex
BN6 9RQ
Telephone: 01273 834608
Email: info@thenewinnhurst.com

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  • Bar
  • Bar 1
  • Boards
  • Boards 1
  • Fish
  • Buffet
  • Canapes
  • Food
  • Food 1
  • Interior
  • Interior 1
  • Back Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Pew
  • No 38
  • Secret Garden
  • Snug
  • Gin
  • Garden 1
  • Garden
  • Garden 8
 

Owner: Star Pubs (Heineken UK)
Tenant / Lessee: e.g. Mr John Smith
Landlord: e.g. Mr John Smith and Mrs Jane Smith
Real Ale: Yes / No
Real Cider / Perry: Yes / No
Free House: Yes / No
Website: www.thenewinnhurst.com
Facebook: Yes - Facebook
Twitter: Yes @NewInnHurst
Instagram: Yes / No
Free Wifi: Yes
Child friendly: Yes
Dog friendly: Yes
Car Parking: Yes / No
Disabled access: Yes / No
Accommodation: No

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Opening hours:

 

Bar:
Monday - Wednesday: 11.00am - 10.30pm
Thursday: 11.00am - 11.00pm 
Friday & Saturday: 11.00am - 11.30pm
Sunday: 12pm - 10.pm

 

Food:
Monday - Thursday 12pm - 2.30pm and from 6pm - 9.00pm
Friday: 12pm - 2.30pm and 6pm - 9.30pm
Satrurday: 12pm - 9.30pm
Sunday : 12pm – 4pm


Amenities:

e.g. Large garden, pool table, darts, wide screen, tv, Sky Sports, dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks 

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Description:

 

Welcome to the New Inn...

Set at the foot of the South Downs National Park, yet only 15 minutes from Brighton and the sea, The New Inn is a Grade II listed converted gourmet pub at the heart of the bustling village of Hurstpierpoint. We serve a wide range of freshly prepared dishes in a relaxed and inviting environment and pride ourselves on the high level of hospitality we provide.


The Front Bar and Reading Room....

The front bar is a great place to socialise; tall tables and stools allow for easy conversation whether standing or seated. Major sporting events are shown on the TV and in the winter the open fire keeps the chill off.

The Reading Room is a small room with just four tables, which makes for an intimate setting. The area can also be booked for a private dining room or meeting room.


The Snug

The oldest part of the building and a lovely cosy room. The old oak panelling is adorned with old pictures of Nelson, Trafalgar and the Empire. An open fireplace provides the only heat to the room in the winter. A range of tables are available and seating at the bar. This area can also be booked for private parties.

 

No 38

This secret outdoor room is great for an intimate catch up with a few friends, seats 6 comfortably for an informal get together in the sun. No smoking area.


The Corn Exchange

Recently updated, this fantastic space was originally the village corn exchange. It is a gorgeously light, bright and spacious room – great for long family lunches and special occasions. It also has its own bar and access to the garden, which makes it perfect for functions and private parties.


The Garden


This beautiful 1/2 acre walled garden provides a beautiful and tranquil place to enjoy The New Inn. There is seating for over 100, either on benches or tables and chairs on the patio. We have a beautiful herb garden behind the pub that our chefs make full use of within the food that is freshly prepared for you.

There is also a children’s play area and a box of garden games available. Please note that parents must supervise their children at all times.


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History: Yes

 

Hurstpierpoint is named after the Saxon for wood, which is Hurst and Simon de pierpoint whom was given these lands after the Battle of Hastings.

Just off the A23, some 7 miles north of Brighton, Hurstpierpoint is a large vibrant village just to the north of the South Downs National Park.

The New Inn was so named after replacing the former Inn which was closed in 1450. So the New Inn is some 560 years young.

Originally built from old ships timbers the building has formed an important central feature of Hurstpierpoint for over half a millennia. The building has been extended over the years and now has a Georgian façade, but… look down the right hand side of the property and you can immediately see the old timbers and brick work.

The haunted cellar also has a strange tunnel (now bricked up) that is rumoured to lead to the church and Danny House some two miles away.

The village corn exchange was based here and the unique building has been recently restored to house the main restaurant.

The 1/3 acre beer garden is a real hidden gem; surrounded by beautiful flowers and old walls it is a safe and peaceful place to enjoy the fabulous food and drink of the New Inn.

Whilst keeping the feel of the old pub we hope we have updated it for the 21st Century; you can be assured of a warm welcome, great beer, wine and food.

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Note 1: Sister pub to the Bull at Ditchling.

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