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The Holmbush Inn, Faygate - pub details

Address: Faygate Lane, Faygate, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 4SH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30852) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Faygate (0.3 miles), Littlehaven (2.4 miles), Ifield (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 6 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Cherry Tree Inn, Faygate (0.4 miles), Dragon, Colgate (1.1 miles), Norfolk Arms, Roffey (1.5 miles), Lamb, Rusper (1.6 miles), Mill House, Crawley (1.8 miles)

 

user reviews of the Holmbush Inn, Faygate

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Always given this pub a wide berth for no real reason even though we only live a few miles away. However, we met friends there for a drink a few months ago and I am kicking myself for not going there sooner. The staff are so friendly, the ale is outstanding and they have a great choice. The Managers/Owners are so customer orientated that we were made to feel so welcome. They had a few guest ales on the pump and when we couldn't make up our minds, the Landlady gave us a taster of each without hesitation. Talking to people that had eaten there, the food is extremely good even though some said it was a bit pricey. Looking at the menu, I saw that all the food is locally sourced. Whilst the Lamb Inn is our local and our favourite, I would say the Holmbush is a close second.
Buster211009 - 8 Mar 2010 17:36
Well, it's been a year. Only a few bluebells were out, though lots of primroses and violets. This pub is as good as ever.
bradwan - 1 Apr 2009 22:37
Good boozer. The landlord Martin is from Plymouth. I only visit once a year when I pop in at the start of a walk to Horsham to see the bluebells (and visit the Frog and Nightgown). When I went in last week Martin said "It's not a year already! is it?"

beer is fine. My pub diet is beer and crisps, but I have never heard anyone complain about the food.

If you are not in a rush, and are flush, ask if the chainsaw wood carver is still working on the other side of the railway station. He's good, much cheaper than Damian Hurst and does not pay other to do his carving.
bradwan - 7 Apr 2008 22:59
A pub with a warm welcome, wel-kept real ales, renowned for its excellent traditional, home-cooked food, and superb service! The Fuller's London Pride was excellent and I also noticed King and Barnes Bitter. My Fisherman's Pie was to die for. Vital to book at weekends!
fellwalker - 14 Feb 2007 18:48

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