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The Old House at Home, Chichester - pub details

Address: Cot Lane, Chidham, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 8SU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32841) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nutbourne (1.1 miles), Southbourne (1.8 miles), Bosham (1.9 miles)

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Rural pub in a lovely, quiet hamlet and an ideal stop after a walk around the Chidham peninsular. Nice to see 6 handpumps dispensing an excellent selection of ales, Ringwood Best, Doom Bar, London Pride, Otter Amber, Langton Chidham Best and Bowman Swift One. The main meals looked very good as well. Excellent cream tea with freshly made scones kept the wife happy! Well worth seeking out.
Mothroy - 26 Aug 2013 20:25
Nice garden. Average beer. Staff only really interested if you're eating. In other words like 90% of British pubs.
boozerbill - 31 Aug 2012 18:38
Revisited after a long absence. Clearly nicely refurbished since last I was here. Nicely kept beer and pleasant staff
jkbayley - 10 Jun 2012 16:36
Albeit infrequently, my husband and I have visited the Old House at Home since the early 70's and always found it comfortable and inviting. Not this time, though....
We arrived about 30 minutes after midday and there were only a handful of people there, one of them an elderly regular. We sat at a small table with our drinks and the landlady/manageress (?) asked if we were having lunch, but we told her we weren't sure at that time.
As the "pub" filled, and before my husband had finished his pint of beer, we were asked again if we intended to eat because, if we didn't, the table would be needed for potential eating customers and we would be required to vacate it. However, the landlady suggested that we could sit on one of the half-dozen bar stools available if we wanted to stay!
OK, I accept things change but, since it's been revamped, it can't in any way be described as a pub -it's just another restaurant, but with small bar facility!
We felt embarrassed and intimidated. So, we had no alternative but to leave. What a disappointment that such a nice old pub is now just another "bums-on-seats" place!
JeanGenie - 29 Dec 2011 15:59
ver nice and very friendly. good ales and good pub grub
thevirg02 - 18 Mar 2011 10:49

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