A picturesque hotel and restaurant in the historic town of Bramber, just over the road to the remains of the castle.
It's a bit of a labyrinth, with a number of adjoining rooms containing a hotel reception desk, a restaurant reception and bar, various sections with tables for the restaurant guests and the all important carvery. The exposed oak beams and interesting wall furniture remind you of the history of the building.
There are a couple of ales of tap, including Bombardier, but nothing particularly remarkable.
The main feature of the restaurant is an excellent carvery. For the mains, in addition to the customary chicken, beef and gammon ala Toby, there are various specials, including rarities like salmon, sausages, duck and boar, served onto a plate for you by a chef. Accompaniments are served onto your plate by a second chef, who then carries your plate back to your table. There are often offers for this if you print out a voucher and go during the week. There's also an option to have self serve starters and very tempting desserts. You have to be very hungry to make this worthwhile!