About Our Great British Traditional Pubs
Experience The Wonderful Atmosphere And History
Supping ale in one of the historic traditional pubs is a quintessentially English experience and one to be savoured. Many are centuries-old, dating from Victorian times, and you will find yourself amidst a cluttered collection of old pewter mugs, impressive portraits and historic bric-a-brac. Unlike the newer trendy cocktail bars, you may need to bend your head to enter or climb up narrow wooden staircases to find your perfect seat.
Any pub’s heart is usually rustic, with plenty of cosy fireplaces and items of comfortable mismatched furniture and armchairs. This makes them perfect for colder months when you can enjoy a chilly walk and warm up by a roaring fire while savouring local beer. Traditional inns in Brighton often have a quiet bar, with many being seafront pubs or having a beer garden to enjoy in the summer. With many of them providing pub grub and others with accommodation too, you are always guaranteed a warm welcome. So, order your beer and pull up a comfy chair!