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Burgess Hill’s best kept secret, a country pub which was formerly West End farmhouse which in part, dates back to 1621. (There are records of a property on the same site called Floods Hatch that date back to 1588). There is a restaurant area within the Sussex Barn that extends from the farmhouse, which is cosy and comfortable with its eclectic collection of tables and chairs. Food is served throughout the pub and garden and is prepared fresh every day. The suppliers are all locally based. Their details can be found on the menus or under the ‘Our Partners’ tab on the web site. Last food orders half an hour before the times shown. Table service only at present.