Inns in Pulborough

Chequers Hotel
Old Rectory Lane
Pulborough
Sussex

RH20 1AD
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Chequers Hotel is a traditional small hotel on the edge of the South Downs in Pulborough. With extended breathtaking views over the Downs and Arun Wild Brooks, Chequers is the perfect place to enjoy an escape to the country in comfortable surroundings. The hotel originally dates back to the 16th Century, where the building started life as an Inn. After several incarnations the Chequers Hotel was established and has continued to thrive in the local community, becoming a benchmark for hearty food, fine ales and contemporary yet traditional accommodation.Bedrooms at Chequers are characterful and offer guests a charming sense of relaxation that can only be enjoyed in traditional establishments of this standard. Decorated in ambient designs and colour schemes, rooms are cosily furnished with soft, sumptous materials and fine bed linen that guarantee your comfort and rest.The onsite Sovereigns Restaurant offers fresh and diverse meals that are sure to please any palette. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible, ensuring your meal is a true experience of local tastes and traditions. Particular attention is paid to the restaurant's Black Rock Grill menu, where your meal is cooked and served on a heated volcanic granite stone resulting in a unique culinary experience.

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