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The Vinols Cross, West Hoathly - pub details

Previously called: The Intrepid Fox

Vinols Cross

Address: Top Road, West Hoathly, West Sussex, RH19 4PH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37991) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations East Grinstead (4 miles), Balcombe (4.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Cat Inn, West Hoathly (0.5 miles), White Hart Inn, West Hoathly (1.5 miles)


user reviews of the Vinols Cross, West Hoathly

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Incidentally - it's now called 'The Fox' and it is very 'Fox' themed. Seemed popular yesterday with friendly locals. Saved this pub 'til last in my 5 year Weald pub challenge so was a bit disappointed they'd dropped 'Intrepid' from their name. 127 pubs completed inside the M23, M25 and A21 without using a car. Thanks girls for celebrating with me.
filf - 10 Aug 2014 12:09
I live in West Hoathly after there difficult years with two different owners the pub has been completely refurbished in the last three months and is now heavily used by locals and passing trade, the pub has a gastro feel to it the food is all made in house by the chef owner Tim. The pub is in Highbrook Lane West Hoathly not Top Rd as listed .
inspector351 - 4 Jul 2014 19:29
Not been here for a while as was closed for some time. Very friendly locals and staff, roast dinner with real beef for 9 quid, with good selection of vegetables not overcooked! and very nice pint of well-kept Harveys. Recommended.
lancelotspratt - 27 Jan 2013 18:31
Incidentally - it's now called the 'Vinols Cross' (rather than The Intrepid Fox).
fazerblue - 1 May 2012 23:36
Popped in for midweek pint having passed this place many a time. Received a warm welcome and the interior has a pleasant 'clubhouse' feel with wooden floors and assorted seats and tables. Three ales on offer when I visited - Harvey's Sussex, Abbot Ale and Long Blonde from the Long Man Brewery (nicely kept too). Didn't eat although saw others enjoying a meal. Good honest pub grub menu by the looks of it and if you don't fancy a full-blown main then there are alternatives like toasted sandwiches. Got the impression that they'll rustle you up something and nothing seems like too much trouble for them. Worth popping in if you're passing by.
fazerblue - 1 May 2012 23:34

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