The Gardeners Arms Pub
A cosy pub restaurant on the edge of rolling Sussex countryside
Situated in the heart of the South Downs, opposite the north gate of the South of England showground, the Gardeners Arms is a traditional and homely pub restaurant.
Dating back to the 17th Century, the pub is cosy in the winter, with roaring log fires and traditional oak beams and glorious in the summer, with a beautiful garden; we even have deer visit occasionally and our own grape vines!
Indeed, the three dimensional Inn sign at the pub recreates the symbol of the Order of Free Gardeners, a masonic group (now extinct) dedicated to sharing the secrets of gardening.
With a focus on great food and hospitality and dog friendly, as any great pub should be, the Gardeners Arms really is a home from home.
Monday – Saturday: 11am - 11pm
Sunday: 11am - 10.30pm
"It is utterly forbidden to be half-hearted about gardening. You have got to love your garden whether you like it or not."
Our autumn menu arrives on the 16th October and we’re so excited we couldn’t wait to let everyone know. Taking inspiration from around the world and closer to home, our chefs have been hard at work creating amazing new dishes and improving some of our classics, making them better than ever. With loads on offer, including some tantalising new vegan and vegetarian dishes, we’re sure you’ll find something to tickle your tastebuds.
Don’t miss out, make sure you book your table now!Check it out
Old Mout Cider
Old Mout was dreamed up 65 years ago by New Zealander Wanda, who, on a cycling trip to England, took a liking to the local scrumpy. On her return to Nelson, she decided to set up a cidery in her shed! 60 years later, cider pioneers Justin and Scottie, inspired by amazing island fruits, developed a range of award-winning flavours in New Zealand.
Check out our drinks page for our range of Old Mout Ciders.Our drinks
Introducing Forum, the brand new lager from Hall & Woodhouse.
Forum is a 4.2% refreshing Helles style lager, with a delicate flavour from the Weihenstephan yeast and a subtle fruity lemon character from Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon hops.
The name refers not only to Blandford Forum, the location of the H&W brewery where this new, exciting lager is brewed, but also to a meeting or gathering where ideas and views can be exchanged. And where better to meet and put the world to rights than in a traditional British pub, where you can enjoy this refreshing drink with friends and family.
So what are you waiting for, make sure you try a pint next time you visit.
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