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The Squire and Horse Inn, Bury - pub details

Address: Bury Common, Bury, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 1NS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26034) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Amberley (1.4 miles), Pulborough (4.4 miles), Arundel (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 13 users)
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George and Dragon, Houghton (1.1 miles), Bridge Inn, Amberley (1.3 miles), Black Horse, Amberley (1.5 miles), Sportsman, Amberley (2.0 miles)


user reviews of the Squire and Horse Inn, Bury

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Fairly unassuming place but perfectly pleasant, imo. Was here for a Saturday lunch. Can't really report on the beer - didn't try any - but others in my group seemed content. Location is great - underneath the South Downs and minutes from footpaths along the River Arun. Our food was expensive but good and filling. Service was good but perhaps a a little over-fussy.
Psi - 25 May 2017 09:28

I stopped by this pub last Friday evening at around 9pm for a pint.

The bar was empty apart from a young lad sat at the bar. The restaurant was half full but it was apparent that the food service was winding down for the evening.

Shortly before finishing my pint, a man claiming to be the landlord came into the bar from the kitchen and proceeded to pour a tirade of abuse upon the young lass who had served me. I was stunned as he went on at her with every second word being the F word....

At this point I intervened and questioned the landlord as to why he felt it was ok to address his staff in such a manner and swear in front of a customer. Upon which he turned upon me and told me I could F... off. That as a landlord he was throwing me out. He then proceeded to threaten me and used physical intimidation to press his point. I held my temper, finished my drink and thanked the staff for their service, suggesting they might be wise to find a new employer, then departed.

I'm stunned that people think they can get away with this sort of behaviour.

Be warned!

Next stop, local press, Arun council licence department and the police.
Tboat - 20 Jan 2014 19:35
The other beer on yesterday, Hammerpot Summer Ale, is a slightly cheaper £3.90. Prices still at the upper end of the spectrum though. Only a couple of drinkers in here on a weekday dinnertime, but the foodie area was very busy, which is where most of the staff's focus was.
All in all, a reasonable pub, just a tad pricey.
PhilR - 6 Sep 2013 09:54
Not surprising they can afford 5 people servingt - £4.10 for a pint of locally mass produced Harvey's Sussex! Not for anyone who just wants a beer in the evening...: Takeaway Fish and chips are very good though.
Noldrini - 9 Jul 2013 22:09
They were fully booked on a Sunday lunchtime but as we were in just after 12 squeezed us in at a table that was booked for 2pm. Superb food, and the young women working there are very efficient.

Still managed to have an area for drinkers to sit so it's not just a food pub. If only we lived closer...
c_and_j - 18 Aug 2011 10:55

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