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Windmill Inn, Littleworth

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The pub is now a freehouse with new owners as Hall & Woodhouse sold it. Lots of work has been going on and there are now Inn rooms upstairs and a larger restaurant with redecorated bar areas and toilets. A busy community pub where your have darts, bar billiards and cards going on in the public bar and light chat in the saloon bar around the inglenook fire. Sunny garden looking out onto open fields and Harveys beers with a guest ale and an array of draft lagers. Cyclists, riders an walkers all welcome!
charlienew - 24 Apr 2014 16:44
Kudos for still staging bar billiards, which it has done for 40 years or more.
tommo5 - 22 Jul 2011 16:06
Possibly the best pub in the country, but I don' get out much.
blokedownstairs - 28 May 2011 14:09
Friendly 2 bar pub. The locals in the front bar seemed a friendly bunch and immediately engaged us in conversation. Seating was limited, and a bar billiards table was present. The rear room is more of a lounge/restaurant. Kings & Barnes Sussex Bitter and Badger Tanglefoot were the 2 real ales on offer. Stowford Press was the cider. A good secondhand book selection can be seen in the front porch with proceeds going to a local charity. In response to previous comments, I can see why some people would be put off. But this is clearly a local pub and I'm sure the locals are just intrigued to see who is coming into their local! They're a pretty friendly bunch if you make an effort.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2011 16:57
Please note: The Windmill, Littleworth and The Windmill Partridge Green are one and the same pub. Littleworth is the more accurate description, being about 1.5 miles from Partridge Green
RichardEnglish - 23 Jan 2011 13:54
Called in recently. Stood at the bar being ignored for what felt like ages. Locals weren't ignoring me, nudge, nod, wink, chortle, I guess they've not seen many cyclists before. Took my money and my custom elsewhere.
workhard - 2 Jun 2010 17:36
Visited this pub at lunchtime one day. Didn't see much evidance of the 'Deliverance' crowd. Looks like it was once a K&B pub with friendly and efficient staff. There is a small stone flagged public bar and a fairly compact saloon bar with inglenook fireplace. Good beer-garden to the side and car parking in front of the pub. I was very impressed with the real ale. Food was well up to good pub standard and seemed to be being enjoyed by a pretty full saloon bar. Mine was certainly home made and reasonably priced. This pub is in the 2010 Good Beer Guide. Enough said! Can't see what the first reviewer's problem was. Perhaps not so much Deliverance as Straw Dogs!
WipersTom - 11 May 2010 22:00
I disagree with the last comment and in a way agree!
I love this pub BECAUSE its a locals boozer, the locals may look scary but if you make the effort to speak they ar a genuine bunch and like a laugh.
I live 10 miles away from the pub but visit once every couple of months. the food is both great and bad because its a big plate of food and good value for money but its not high quality (and as long as you know this , then thats ok)
I enjoy this pub a lot
yardale - 29 Mar 2010 20:55
Don't bother. We have now tried both pubs in Partridge Green and we were extremely uncomfortable in The Windmill. It reminded us of a scene from the film "Deliverance", not that the locals are not friendly, but it's still very scary and not somewhere we would like to drink. And, the food is mass-produced catering rubbish. Fresh would have been nice, and also the regulars not glaring at my wife would have been nicer.
dordoodah - 28 Mar 2010 19:46

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