Hangleton Valley Drive, Hove, East Sussex BN3 8AN
|Contact Us||Tel. 01273 413266|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Hove.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||53997.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.
DINING AT OUR PUB
Quality, homemade food served from a main menu alongside daily changing Specials. Al fresco dining in our beautiful garden is popular during the summer. There is a choice of fine wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks to complement your meal.
|MEAL TIMES||Monday - Saturday 12noon - 9.30pm.|
Sunday 12noon - 9pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Large Walled Beer Garden, Patio Area with a dovecote, lighting & fire pit, Car Parking, Disabled Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Easy Access Toilet with ramp, Baby Changing Facility.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome when dining, Dogs Allowed in the bar & garden on a lead, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, Debit and Credit Cards accepted except Amex.|
Steeped in history, Hangleton Manor, built in flint, is the oldest domestic secular building surviving in Brighton or Hove. A Grade II listed building, it was built around 1540 for Richard Bellingham who had acquired the Lordship of the Manor in 1538. Inside there is interesting 16th Century panelling and floor tiles, Jacobean fireplaces and a fine Tudor plaster ceiling. The 'Commandment Room', which is now our restaurant, contains a Tudor version of the Ten Commandments carved on oak panels dating back 500 years. Today we attract many local regulars, particularly at lunchtimes, when they come for lunch or meetings. During the evenings this is a good place for people to meet with friends. Families tend to join us at weekends. To find us we are right on the edge of Hove, close to the South Downs just off the A27 which is a major coastal road. Come and check out this fascinating venue soon. You will be given a warm welcome.