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The Noahs Ark Inn, Lurgashall - pub details

Noahs Ark Inn

Address: The Green, Lurgashall, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9ET [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18561) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Haslemere (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 34 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Lickfold Inn, Petworth (0.8 miles), Half Moon Inn, Northchapel (1.7 miles), Deepwell Inn, Northchapel (1.7 miles)

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Great pub-- excellent ales and the burgers are fab as long as they are cushioned between crip ciabattas-- ask for this and you will not be disappointed!
Stunning location
Vindy - 21 Aug 2012 08:50
good old fashioned country pub with a happy hour which means 2.50 for any pint of lager or bitter......so it's good for the locals who can have a cheap pint or two after work...

...Greene King IPA is the mainstay though there was another one on pump..Speckled Hen I think though I can't be sure...

worth a visit if in the area..
d.franks - 15 Dec 2011 21:03
Our favourite pub in the whole UK ! The food is freshly prepared and never fails to be excellent, at least in our experience.Don't understand some recent comments - portions are generous. There can be a bit of a delay at busy times but to be expected with food that is cooked to order. The owners are very hands- on and have a great eye for detail.It is a reason to live in Lurgashall but sadly there never seem to be any houses for sale ! Parking is not difficult but possibly irritating for the local residents.Visitors need to be respectful of the village green.
richardanthony - 25 Sep 2011 20:20
I have been going to this pub for nearly 30 years. Without doubt, the current management team is the best it has ever had, a view shared by many of my friends who live in the area and are deeply envious of having such a good pub withn walking distance of my home. The staff are cheerful, efficient, attentive and a well-run team, capable of runnign the place even when the landlord and his good lady take a well-earned day off

The beer is well kept, and the chepaest of any pub in the area - Green King IPA is 2.80 per pint. A good range of three cask ales is always on parade - two regulars and a guest ale, so one is often spoilt for choice. Apparently there is a good range of lagers, cider and stout, but I seldom go up that end of the bar.......

The food is not the cheapest, but the produce used is of the highest quality, and price reflects that fact. If you are content with pre-packaged food bunged in a micro-wave, then the Noah's Ark is not for you. The menu is changed regularly, and everything is freshly cooked and imaginatively served

Where to park is a constant issue for the pub, as it is for the village as a whole. There is plenty of space to park around the green, but I have seen cusotmers resent having to walk the 50 yards or so from their car to the front door. Strange attitude - some car parks can require you to walk much further. When I sit with friends outside watching the cricket on the green, there is not a better place to be

The only reason I have not given it maximum marks is because I am such a miserable so-and-so who never gives full marks to anyone!!
the_rinkydink - 22 Sep 2011 11:09
The pub itself is a lovely old place, but I found the food rather overpriced for the quantity that eventually arrived. However the beer was cheaper than many in this area. But I can only agree with the others here who have mentioned that the number of cars parked all over the village green don't help the experience of a pub visit. I spoke to a lady there who told me that their village green gets churned to mud in winter just because of the pub visitors parking all over it.

Knowing this made me feel rather guilty that I was contributing to wrecking this pretty village green by even visiting the pub and swelling the numbers who park on the grass, but there was no where else to park. They seem to have a garden behind the pub and I would have thought that could be converted to parking. I will visit again but maybe wait until there are enough of us to make up one full car-load rather than each arrive in a separate car, that way I can enjoy the experience and not feel guilty.



Tortihellcat - 20 Sep 2011 23:50

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