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We stayed not far from here for a weekend but chose to go to this pub both nights as it has such a good feel and atmosphere.. we just went in for a drink the first night but on the second night we had a...More
Myself and friends stayed for several nights over the May bank holiday, camping at the excellent Warcombe farm. We got taxis into Mortehoe every evening to eat and drink. We tried everything the village offered in way of food and drink. The Chichester won hands...More
This is a traditional looking village pub and has been hear as long as I have been visiting Mortehoe.
It has new owners and I can honestly say it's a great pub for a family. We stopped on a Sunday after a long walk and...More
We were planning to eat at The Chichester and parked in the car park. We needed to pop to the local fish shop to put an order in for fresh fish and as we walked up the road one of the staff questioned us about...More
We came here a few times during our holiday - good because it did sell real ale ( not always easy to find) which my husband liked - we decided to come back for a meal -cauliflower starter not very nice - and expensive for...More
Nice little pub, friendly staff, decor traditional with lots of little brass plaques.
Nice little bookshelf with games for everyone to use.
Good selection of ales, which they will let you try before you buy.