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Bricklayers Arms, Midhurst

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I have to agree with the last comment, a proper pub, no pretensions to be anything else, and that's good enough for me. Very friendly locals as well.
happy_wanderer - 8 Sep 2013 20:28
This is a REAL pub, no fancy music, gimmicks etc. If you like the traditional pub atmosphere, settings, welcome, real ales and a friendly "Guvnor" then you MUST visit. Back to the days when pubs were pubs. Food is amazing, as is everything else.
DO IT!
racysilver - 20 Feb 2012 19:42
Friendly welcome for 2 thirsty strangers from staff and regulars, wish we had a pub like this at home. At another pub in Midhurst had no-one behind the bar and while we idly waited a dog threw up on th floor, so we left and found this gem instead.
c_and_j - 17 Aug 2011 11:22
just another average greene king PH.
baggers29 - 16 Nov 2007 17:56
Nice little pub, though yo uhave to park in the main town car park a few streets away. Very friendly, very busy, andyet the landlord always seemsto have time to talk to locals and strangers alike. Knows his beer, and serves a most quaffable pint! Used to be much lamented King and Barnes of Horsham, but isevery bit as good now! Traditional pub food and sandwiches also worth investigating, though not particularly cheap! In an old and interesting town of many pubs, this one will not disappoint!
kneipejaeger - 28 Feb 2007 09:15
From what I remember about New Years Eve, I came here with my girlfriend to see in 2007 around 11ish. Rubbish, despite the merits described in my previous post. A complete disaster was only averted by the TV screens being switched on to show the impressive fireworks display in Central London. The so called "disco" was dark, dull and deplorable. There was more atmosphere at a Welcome Break service station than in here. Awful. The decision to have a ticket only policy - unlike the nearby Swan and Crown - was as clueless as the West Ham performance away at Reading on New Years Day. We left shortly after Midnight to happily return to the nearby Swan. What a contrast from St Patricks Day.
Searching_for_H_Files - 3 Jan 2007 16:43
Spot on !!!!!
W980501 - 27 Jul 2006 23:47
I was here St Patricks Day 2006. Brilliant small boozer, friendly staff, cheerful atmosphere and cheap drinks. I appreciate that in a relatively small town like Midhurst everyone knows each other, but I was in the Bricklayers with my girlfriend and had a fantastic night! Can get a bit smoky, but did not ruin my time as a non-smoker. Beer garden is useful in the summer sun as well!
Searching_for_H_Files - 12 Jul 2006 16:05

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