Favourite pub in Southwick. Lovely staff and brilliant landlord and landlady. Very friendly and welcoming. Great selection of drinks and very reasonably priced. Wouldn't drink anywhere else in the area.
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Visited here on a pub crawl and frankly had one drink and swiftly left. Small, dark and stale inside and the outdoor area in basically in the car park! Sorry... but needs a fresh make over and a good clean to brighten things up and...More
Sorry to hear you didn't like the Ship Inn but it is an old fashion Pub, not your usual "yuppie clinical drinking space" These old boozers are becoming rare and should be supported and not abandoned. It has recently had a new management couple and...More
Was told by a member of staff that I could keep my bike in their secure storage for the evening. Upon closing (11pm) was told that I couldn't get it back as the key holder had gone out, and that I'd have to wait till...More
It has a really nice mid 20th century feel to it.(minus smokers of course!) as there are two cosy bar rooms to choose from. A very good ale selection plus lovely snacks I recommend the bacon baguette.
The Ship is a real shock to the system for anyone used to the sanitized corporate pubs we've become accustomed to and long may it stay that way !!!! A proper homely pub with Wilton on the floor,brass ornaments adorning the walls,collection of pint pots...More
Nice little pub that can have an atmosphere with only a few people. People normally go there for the beer that must be the cheapest in the area. They even had mild at £2 something a pint. They do fairly basic food ( they do...More
A real favourite of mine - a little gem serving the best cider (Addlestones Cloudy) and with excellent lunch time food 12-2, and toasties in the evening Mon-Sat. The public bar entrance is wheelchair accessible. Full of real characters, nautical memorabilia and with a tremendous...More
Not really spit and sawdust, but the nearest you could get in a very traditional pub. Its my local full of sea-related memorabilia, and people to match - no other pub comes up to this mark for miles - great value food is lunchtimes only,...More