The Crabtree Lower Beeding, Horsham

Family-run gastro pub south of Horsham. Known for its Sussex produce-led modern menu, Sunday roasts and quality wine cellar.
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Welcome to The Crabtree Horsham

The Crabtree Horsham is an idyllic and classically English country pub located in the village of Lower Beeding, just south of Horsham. What makes The Crabtree so very special, however, is the exemplary quality of the food and service.

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five chefs and owner taking group picture on the enterance of veneu

The pub itself has a large beer garden with a mix of garden benches, for a few jars in the sun, and a proper alfresco dining area stylish summer dining.

scallops

There’s a similar idea inside with a mix of comfortable yet stylish restaurant and a classic bar area. The decor is simple and clean throughout and mixes with the original timber and brick of the building elegantly. During the cooler months, real fires warm the pub, making it a cosy retreat.

A seasonal and Sussex-led menu

The focus at The Crabtree is seasonal and fresh ingredients locally sourced and prepared with excellence. The menu is a testament to the superb quality of produce available in Sussex and the South. From beef from Trenchmore Farm to fish landed in Newhaven and game from Lower Beeding South Lodge Estate, providence is everything.

table laid out with seven dishes

The Crabtree Horsham is co-owned by Simon Hope, who originally opened the acclaimed vegetarian restaurant, Food for Friends in Brighton in 1981, and who has authored three cookery books. So it’s no surprise that the food at The Crabtree is something to rave about.

meet the team at crabtree

The Crabtree holds a Michelin plate and is featured in The Good Food Guide.

Sunday Roasts at The Crabtree Horsham

Fantastic Sussex Sunday Roasts are served at The Crabtree from 12 – 5 pm and these are always something to celebrate. All the classic mains are featured but with an added dash of panache that makes them well worth the trip from Brighton into the countryside. There are also meat-free and vegan options available. Due to the popularity of Sunday Lunch at The Crabtree, booking is highly encouraged.

bowl with carrots cut in thin rolls, hazel,

A reduced selection of weekday plates is also available for those who don’t fancy a roast.

Drinks at The Crabtree

You’ll see the same local quality reflected in the drinks available with Sussex wines from Bolney and Nyetimber, and Silly Moo cider, also from Trenchmore Farm.

glass filled wiht white wine served with lunch

Although the pub’s cellar and bar are well and broadly stocked beyond our borders. The Crabtree’s other co-owner, Daisy Ghilam-Hills, keeps her passion for quality wines flowing, with an impressive selection of organic, vegan and vegetarian wines from England and beyond. Oenophiles will not be disappointed by the wine list! Additionally, the bar is well stocked and well kept with a range of real ales and beers and quality spirits.

Reviews

  1. Michelle White

    Highly recommended ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
    I honestly could not recommend this pub more!
    Friendly, attentive staff, delicious food (especially the roast beef served in a Sunday), a gorgeous setting, spacious child friendly garden (with separate paved patio area if you want to escape the children) and the most amazing desserts, one of my favourite places to visit.

  2. Emma Clare

    It’s a real treat to escape Brighton for the day and venture into the countryside, and I always recommend people visit the Crabtree if they are looking for a fantastic country pub. The owners used to run one of the best restaurants in Brighton and really have their fingers on the pulse of sourcing local ingredients and offering a beautiful dining experience.

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