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St James' Church - Shere

St James’ Church – Shere

St James’ Church – Shere The village of Shere in Surrey is arguably the most filmed village in Surrey. Scenes from Bridget Jones – The Edge of Reason was filmed […]

hitoric pubs of sussex

Historic Pubs of Sussex

Historic Pubs of Sussex Welcome to my favourite Historic Pubs of Sussex! below you will find a list of some of my favourite Historic Pubs of Sussex but first, there […]

The Swan Fittleworth

The Swan Fittleworth

The Swan Fittleworth The earliest parts of The Swan Fittleworth, date from 1382 but it is believed that an earlier Saxon building stood here. The Swan became a coaching Inn in […]

White Hart Stopham Bridge

The White Hart – Stopham Pulborough

The White Hart – Stopham The White Hart Stopham stands next to Stopham Bridge. It’s a great location to have a pub, right by the River Arun in the rolling […]

The Duke of Cumberland Arms in Henley

The Duke of Cumberland Arms in Henley The Duke of Cumberland Arms in Henley is a very picturesque 16th-century pub hidden away just north of Midhurst. Certainly, it is a […]

The Plough Coldharbour

The Plough – Coldharbour

The Plough – Coldharbour Set in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, AONB, is The Plough Coldharbour. The Surrey Hills were designated an AONB in 1958. They receive […]

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White Hart – Witley

White Hart – Witley. A great Country Pub with a Modern Twist The White Hart at Witley is an Elizabethan (16th Century) public house and is said to stand on […]

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The Crown – Chiddingfold

The Crown Inn Chiddingfold It is said The Crown Inn Chiddingfold is, certainly, one of the oldest pubs in England. It is said it was originally built as a Rest […]

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Dog and Pheasant – Brook

Dog and Pheasant – Brook, Surrey The Dog and Pheasant is a 15th Century Medieval Coaching Inn, full of black oak beams and, of course, character.  Yes, Medieval, it’s that […]

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The White Horse – Shere

The White Horse – Shere The White Horse – Shere was built in about 1425 as a farmhouse. The Inglenook fireplaces were added later in the 1600s and it became […]