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The Red Lion, Arundel - pub details

Red Lion
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Address: 45 High Street, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9AG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19885) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Arundel (0.6 miles), Ford (2.1 miles), Amberley (3.2 miles)

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4 cask ales plus 2 cask ciders, the ales we had were well kept. On the main street so busy with the lunch time food market.
alexw - 14 Feb 2016 00:24
Prime spot. But the most expensive pub in town.

Geared for tourists.

Down the old back streets, nearby - its quieter and cheaper - for pubgrub etc.

wealdman - 8 Mar 2015 21:12
Again like our last visit to Arundel in May 2014 the Red Lion was our 2nd pub of the day, another re-tick and this is still one of my favourites in Arundel.

Just as we entered the pub was in the middle of a power cut so all the lights were out but thankfuly the beer was still on!

4 pumps selling 4 different ales, 1 of them was Arundel's Sussex Gold. I started off on the seasonal offering from St Austell which was Ruck n Roll @ 4.0% before this ran out and then I had the Sussex Gold.

Pretty busy with a mixture of drinkers, diners and dog walkers.

Good friendly and attentive bar staff, this may be my favourite pub in Arundel.
lezford - 8 Mar 2015 15:47
2nd pub of the day and the only pub in Arundel that we visited twice in the same day.

Came in just before noon and it was empty inside but there were a few people in the large garden out the back. As the sun was shining it was great and it’s a bit of a sun trap so beware!

The ale choice was Dark Star American Pale Ale, Shepherd & Neame Spitfire, Sharps Doombar and my choice which was Arundel Brewery Sussex Gold @ 4.2%. They also had Westons Old Rosie as the cider option.

By the time we left 30 minutes later the inside was pretty busy with most people eating. This was the case during my evening visit with the pub being pretty packed and again almost everyone was eating.

Large decent pub that is worth a visit and appears in the 2014 GBG.
lezford - 6 May 2014 14:45
Alezilla couldn't stand by whilst the reviews were so conflicting so he took a trip out there to make the judgement for himself- live music on a thursday night- open mic night - unintrusive and although there were the usual tedious pop standards- it was very good- local people displaying their skills- the beers were varied and fine- a few ales- nice service- nothing wrong with this venue- alezilla gives this an 8 to help recuperate this pubs score unprecedented yet charitable move from the hard-skinned self-appointed Liege of Ale...
alezilla - 30 Nov 2013 17:53

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