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Situated just off the A283 between Petworth and Pulborough, the Black Horse Inn is a beautifully set country inn within the small hamlet of Byworth.
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Inside, this untouched 16th century Inn has the perfect Old World country look and feel. The front bar has a traditional atmosphere with its large fireplace, bare-board flooring and massive beams. It is separate from the restaurant and has an excellent selection of beer which changes regularly between the local breweries.
The interior of the pub has wattle and daub walls, hung with an eclectic range of original photographs and prints. Every nook and cranny holds an unlikely assortment of objects from a bygone age.
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The cosy restaurant was created from the old kitchen (with original range on display) and rear courtyard. This is the perfect place for small or larger groups of people to dine. Upstairs is a beautiful function room with its own bar, looking out over the garden.
The food is of the highest standard, using only the best fresh local produce. The regular menu is updated to reflect seasonal change, and the daily specials maximise the availability of local seafood from the South Coast.
A 3.8% ABV dry, hoppy traditional bitter with a light bronze colour. Excellent on its own and particularly good with food.
A Classic ABV 4.7% bitter with an aroma that is malty with hints of dried fruit. Flavour is bitter, nutty and slightly caramel.
A 7.3% ABV scrumpy cider produced by H. Weston & Sons brewery of Much Marcle in Herefordshire, England. It is named after an old 1921 Aveling Porter Steam Engine that the brewery owned.