The Queens Head... Barns Green
Enter the cosy bar of the 17th century Queens Head through a small entrance hall. The pub has four fireplaces including a large inglenook where rumour says that smugglers used to hide their contraband - there is a road nearby called Smugglers Way. There is an attractive garden, with flower covered pergola, at the back of the pub.
How to get there
Barns Green is a small village between Southwater and Billingshurst.
Cycling from Horsham town center, take the Worthing Road [B2237] and turn right at the Boars Head pub. Follow the road up the hill and round to the left, under the A24 and past Christ's Hospital entrance on the right. After another 1.1 miles [1.8 km] you will see the Bax Castle on the left. Turn right at the next junction, just after the old railway bridge, and follow the winding road to Barns Green. After you pass under another railway bridge, turn left at the next T-junction and the pub is on the left - it is signposted from the T-junction.
Suggested cycling routes from here
From the pub, turn left and at the railway line turn right towards Billingshurst and the Limeburners.
or turn right from the pub along Plumtree Cross Lane towards Itchingfield. After Itchingfield, turn right towards Christ's Hospital and the Downs Link bridleway heading south.
or there are some quiet country roads south of Barns Green between Southwater and Brooks Green. Why not visit the George and Dragon at Dragon's Green?
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Myself and my walking party decided to pop in here one afternoon and we were welcomed by the most friendly of staff. There were ten of us in total and we were all eating. The food was fantastic (you must try the pheasant), the staff were brilliant, the drinks and real ales were cracking. We had a lovely time and will be going back soon. Thank you so much.
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