Hangleton Manor Inn, Hove
Hangleton Valley Drive,
Telephone: 01273 413266
Owner: Hall and Woodhouse
Tenant / Lessee: e.g. Mr John Smith
Landlord: e.g. Mr John Smith and Mrs Jane Smith
Real Ale: Yes / No
Real Cider / Perry: Yes / No
Free House: Yes / No
Website: Yes - www.thehangletonmanor.co.uk
Facebook: Yes / No
Twitter: Yes / No
Instagram: Yes / No
Free Wifi: Yes / No
Child friendly: Yes / No
Dog friendly: Yes / No
Car Parking: Yes / No
Disabled access: Yes / No
Accommodation: Yes / No – if ‘yes’ describe
Monday - Saturday, 11am - 11pm
Sunday 12 noon - 10.30pm
Food Service Times
12 noon - 9pm daily
e.g. Large garden, pool table, darts, wide screen, tv, Sky Sports, dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks.
Wood-panelled 16th-century country pub/restaurant with a dovecote in the garden and a British menu.
Dating back to the 1500s, Hangleton Manor is the oldest domestic secular building in Brighton & Hove, and takes second place to the Royal Pavilion as Brighton’s most listed building. With such a rich history, it’s not surprising that this captivating building is riddled with fascinating features, not to mention weird and wonderful stories.
Thankfully, the building’s past is still evident in its many curious features and quirks. With its 16th century wood panelling and floor tiles, Jacobean fireplaces and stunning Tudor plaster ceiling, the manor is a treasure trove of curiosities. Even the hallmarks of its past owners remain – the Tudor ceiling is adorned with the heraldic emblems of the families who once lived there, including the Bellingham’s demi-stag and bugle horns.
The so-called ‘Commandment Room’ on the ground floor contains a Tudor version of the Ten Commandments, intricately carved into its ancient oak panels. Believed to have originally been a private chapel, this room also boasts one of only two piscinas found within private houses in Sussex, which would have been used during the Communion service.
Suffice to say Hangleton Manor offers a truly unique and historical setting for any occasion. With our hearty home cooked food and award-winning ales, come and let the history sink in and the hustle and bustle of modern day life melt away. And if the sun’s out, you can take advantage of the stunning garden… but watch out for the ghost pigeons!
A cosy and charming house, the Hangleton Manor is conveniently located, just a short drive from Brighton & Hove and is the perfect venue for drinks, lunch and dinner.
We love dogs, as all good pubs should! Well-behaved dogs are welcome in our bar and outdoor areas. Wi-Fi access is free to all our guests (subject to availability).
The Hangleton Manor is proud to be part of the Hall & Woodhouse family.
WEDDINGS & EVENTS:
The Hangleton Manor in Hove is a much-loved wedding reception venue which has stood since Tudor times, providing a charming haven for brides & grooms wishing to celebrate their special day with friends and family in surroundings full of character. The Manor is off the beaten track but is easily accessible from Brighton and Hove.
One of Brighton’s most listed buildings (second only to Brighton Pier), weddings take place in the 16th century hall, which boasts many of its original features. The dovecote and garden make for magnificent photographs that can be treasured forever and the smaller venue and dedicated wedding co-ordinator will make your big day a special and unique one.
Facilities: The hall can accommodate up to 55 guests for a formal sit down meal, or a buffet celebration.
If there is anything we can help you with, please do not hesitate to call and we will be happy to advise you.
T: 01273 413 266
History: Yes / No (and if ‘yes’ please send a separate email that we can link to)