The Red Lyon... Slinfold

Telephone 01403 790339 · Map · Reviews
OS Map : Landranger 187 · Map reference TQ 118 314

Description

Situated in the quiet, picturesque village of Slinfold, the Red Lyon is a pub with restaurant and B and B accommodation. Some parts of the building date from the 14th century. Comfortable, attractive wooden-floored bar area. Beers served are Fullers London Pride and Greene King IPA.

Large garden with BBQ for hire, canopied patio area (with gas-heaters for that chilly autumn evening) and play area for children. The pub is open all day.

The Red Lyon

Pub picture: Simon Markham

How to get there

By car
Slinfold is a small attractive village west of Horsham/Broadbridge Heath between the A264 and A281.

Cycling
The best route from Horsham is to cycle along the Guildford Road. Turn left on Hills Farm Lane and then right onto the cycle path that passes Tanbridge School. The path goes over the main A24 and finishes in the Tesco supermarket car park. Cycle out of the car park towards Broadbridge Heath and turn left on the main road [can be busy].

At the next roundabout, turn left towards Billingshurst and Five Oaks. After a short distance, turn right at the Toyota garage into Lyons Road [signposted to Slinfold]. Cycle along this road for 1.25 miles [2 km] into Slinfold village and the pub is on the left.

Suggested cycling routes from here

With your back to the pub, turn right and take the first road on the right [Hayes Lane]. After a short distance [1 km or 0.75 miles], the Downs Link bridleway crosses the road. Turn left on the bridle path towards Christ's Hospital and the Bax Castle.

or turn right on the bridle path towards Rudgwick. The Wheatsheaf at Ellens Green near Rudgwick is worth a visit.

Both these routes feature some nice off-road cycling.

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The Red Lyon There are 5 customer reviews with an average rating of 3.8000 out of 5.0

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Nick Marshall · 09-July-2014

1Score Score 1

Very slow service and the £9.95 two course lunch, scampi and chips consisted of five small pieces of scampi. When mentioned to waitress she said the £9.95 menu is only a half portion! This was not stated anywhere, surely a trade description issue. Avoid.

Claire Hutson · 31-March-2014

5Score Score 5

We enjoyed a fabulous Mother's Day Sunday lunch. The food was excellent, staff very friendly and attentive. What a great country pub...

Jacqui Archer · 02-September-2013

4Score Score 4

Spent a lovely Saturday afternoon, eating a very nice lunch and just chilling. Very relaxing. Super, very spacious garden.

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Claire Hutson · 11-August-2013

5Score Score 5

I recently had a birthday party at the Red Lyon for 30 adults and 14 children. The pub provided a lovely BBQ with lots of choice and very good value. We all had a super afternoon, it was so well organised by the manager Tot and the staff were fantastic...

Chad Marriott · 28-June-2013

4Score Score 4

Had a fantastic afternoon in the beer garden. Friendly staff and very good quality food. I think the pub is under new management. Well worth a visit.

 

Pub score Score 1 - No Good · Score 5 - Excellent