Five West Sussex Winter Walks that end at Cosy Pubs
We understand that January to March might not be everybody’s favourite months, and we hear you!
However, we say, take advantage of what every season has to offer, and the season of Winter offers us plenty of opportunity for winter walks that end at cosy pubs.
We are lucky to have many winter walks and cosy pub combinations in our local area. We recommend getting wrapped up for the elements – hat, gloves, scarves and suitable walking footwear, going outside and taking in the Sussex air. Before you leave – make sure you have a reservation in one of these five cosy pubs in West Sussex and enjoy the lunch after working up an appetite.
Patching Circular Loop & The Worlds End Pub
Walk: Patching Circular Loop, view full trail here
The Pub is in prime position at the start / end of the loop – so need need for extra steps to get to your pub lunch or early dinner! The walk itself is 4km and takes approximately one hour and is a popular spot for walkers and cyclists.
Pub: The Worlds End Pub, view menu here. A family-friendly country pub, with delicious and generous portions and cosy vibes, log fires and plenty of atmosphere.
The Cissbury Ring & The Gun Inn Findon
Walk: The Cissbury Ring and Chanctonbury Ring Circular is a 13.7k walk and is considered moderately challenging – allow up to a half day for this route. The Cissbury Ring is steeped in history, being the largest hill point in Sussex and history dating back to 5000BC. It is popular and can be busy at times, there are other options of walks close by too. Make sure you allow a little bit of extra time once you’ve finished the trail to walk to the pub… View the Cissbury Ring trail here
Pub: The Gun Inn at Findon
The award winning Gunn Inn, is characterful and charming, expect traditional fayre and European dishes on the menu
Burpham Circular and The George at Burpham
Walk: A 3.9km loop trail, a not to strenuous pre lunch walk starting in the village of Burpham and enjoy the undulating scenery of the South Downs. View the Walk here
Pub: The George at Burpham – located Angmering side of Arundel, located in the South Downs countryside. A reputation for being a hidden gem and traditional countryside pub. Varied menu’s including Sunday Roasts and Children’s menu.
Walk from the Beach House, on East Preston beach, East Preston and Angmering Village to The Lamb at Angmering.
Walk: Simply, leave your car at the Beach House and Walk to the pub! Choose you own route… either start by walking with pebbles beneath your feet or by private road leading into East Preston village and up into Angmering where the Lamb is located.
Anticipate a warm and friendly welcome, gastro pub fayre and excellent service.
Highdown Hill Walk & The Spotted Cow, Angmering
Walk: Highdown Hill Walk is 3.7km and should take about an hour or just under. It is classified as moderately challenging and takes in the views of the grand Highdown House, dating back to the early 1800’s and newly renovated Highdown venue. The walk, following the Chalk line ridge gives you both stunning views of the South Downs National Park and the Coastal views down to Worthing district coastline.
Pub: The Spotted Cow, Angmering. Known for its excellent Roasts, classic country pub hospitality with friendly helpful staff. The Pub is in Angmering, please factor in extra steps from the Highdown Hill trail which is accessible via Ecclesden Lane.
After your winter walk and cosy pub lunch combo, why not venture back to your luxury beach house accommodation and jump in the hot tub? What better way to spend a day this winter…
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