Black Horse, Nuthurst



Nuthurst Street
West Sussex
RH13 6LH
Telephone: 01403 891272
Email: equiries@theblackhorseinn.com

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  • Black Horse Pub
  • Pub and Sign
  • Morris Dancers
  • Bar 1
  • Bar 2
  • Bar 2
  • Bar 3
  • Food 1
  • Food 2
  • Charity Night
  • Burns Night 1
  • Garden 1

Owner: Mr Robert (Rob) Cole

Tenant / Lessee: N/A

Landlord: Mr Rob Cole

Real Ale: Yes - always four, two of which are locally brewed

Real Cider / Perry: Yes

Free House: Yes

Website: Yes www.theblackhorseinn.com

Facebook: Yes Join the Black Horse Nuthurston Facebook
Twitter: Yes

Free Wifi: Yes

Child friendly: Yes

Dog friendly: Yes

Car Parking: Yes

Disabled access: Yes / No

Accommodation: Yes / No – if ‘yes’ describe

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Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 12 – 3pm & 6 – 11pm
Sat 12 – 11pm
Sun 12 – 8pm


Charity quiz niht every Wednesday at 8.00pm in aid of St Cathrine's Hospice. Quizmaster Nick. This is a popular event, so booking is strongly advised.
Sunday roasts here are popular, so booking is advised.



The low beams, log fires and genuine quirkiness of the pub add to the old-world charm to be experienced at The Black Horse.  A truly British Country pub in the beautiful Sussex hamlet of Nuthurst.

The pub has blended all the traditional features with a comtempory  style to create the most charming of drinking and dining environments. Stone floors, beamed ceilings and open fireplaces fuse  with fresh flowers, candles and oak furniture.

During the winter months the open fireplace and the log burner add warmth and an atmosphere of days gone by.  In the summer months the garden is in bloom and together with the babbling brook that runs through the grounds, provides the most delightful of backdrops for a lazy afternoon.

The pub has been accredited with a number of awards including: AA Best Country Pub for Food, ‘Times’ Pub of the year Guide, Good Pub Guide ‘Which’, AA pick of Pubs, Good Country Pub Food.



The Black Horse Inn dates back to the 17th Century and was originally  three cottages built for estate workers. The pub once served  Sedgewick Park, a nearby hunting lodge used by Henry VIII.
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