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The Star & Garter

(5 Guest Reviews)

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.8
  • Value 4.8
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 5.0
  • Facilities 4.8
  • Service 5.0
  • Location 5.0

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The Star & Garter Information


The pub is located in the centre of the village. Views from the front stretch across the village to glorious views of grazing cattle on the downs and you can spot the village pond on the village green as well as the hills. There are plentiful routes to go walking, a word from the wise; you must be able to cope with the constant inclines, as you can’t go a mile from here without walking up a hill! The local landscape offers beautiful viewing spots from Court Hill where from you can see the old Celtic field systems. There is a vast cross-section of wildlife here, deer, pheasants, partridges, badgers as well too many rabbits! We’re especially lucky to be haven for Red Kites. The building’s history is intertwined with that of the landscape, it’s built from classic Sussex flint and many of the Oak features inside are from trees felled in the local area 300 hundred years ago. Even the wood that fuels are fires is from the Goodwood estate supplied by a neighbour! The interiors are as bright and welcoming as the staff, with plenty of exposed brickwork, wooden floors and tables and a range of seating. There’s also outdoor seating for the warmer months, complete with spectacular views of the rolling hills that surround the village.


  • Baggage store
  • Bar
  • Dry cleaning
  • Free WiFi internet
  • Restaurant
  • Weddings & private parties
  • Laundry
  • High speed internet
  • Meet & greet service
  • Cleaning service
  • Newspaper service
  • Garden
  • Ice machine
  • Restaurant - starred
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • 24 hour security
  • CCTV in common areas
  • CCTV outside property
  • Breakfast served in restaurant


  • On-site parking
  • Free parking
  • Off-site parking
  • Limited parking

Children's Facilities

  • Children's menu
  • Highchairs


  • Cooked breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Free breakfast
  • English/Irish breakfast
  • Healthy breakfast
  • Vegetarian options
  • Vegan options
  • Gluten-free options

Activities and Experiences

  • Animal watching
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Fine dining
  • Golf
  • Horse racing
  • Art galleries & museums
  • Antiques & fairs
  • Walking
  • Wine tasting
  • Family fun
  • History/science museums
  • Hiking


  • Check in
    14:00 22:00
    Early check-in available on request
  • Check out
    Late check-out available on request
  • Child Policy
    No preference
  • Smoking Policy
    No smoking
  • Pets
    No pets
Booking Terms and Conditions


  • Road from Heathrow (61.0 miles)

    Follow the A3 (Junction 10 on the M25) south towards Guildford. About 3 miles past Guildford, at the Milford turning, take the A283 to Petworth, then the A285 to Chichester for about 6 miles.
    Just beyond Upwaltham, turn right at sign market East Dean. Follow the road for 2 miles and the Pub is on your left.

  • Road from Portsmouth (24.0 miles)

    Follow the A27 to Chichester. At Chichester, stay on the A27 bypass/ring road. After the only set of traffic lights, take the second exit at the next roundabout signposted Goodwood. At the next roundabout take the second exit.
    200 yards after the Goodwood Motor Circuit & Aerodrome entrance, take second exit towards Goodwood Racecourse. Turn Right at the racecourse and follow until you reach cross roads, Then turn left down East Dean Hill. At the bottom of the hill take a right at the pond and you will see the pub on your right.

  • Road from Gatwick (37.0 miles)

    From London / Gatwick Airport - LGW
    Follow the M23 south towards Brighton. At Junction 11, turn right onto the A264 towards Horsham, then take the A24 towards Worthing, followed by the A27 towards Chichester. At the Tangmere roundabout before Chichester, turn right following signs for Boxgrove & Halnaker.
    Go through the village and straight over at the crossroads, (there is a flint wall on your right). Continue on this road for about half a mile, turn right at the T junction and follow New Barn Hill Road on to East Dean Hill, and go straight over at the cross road, continue down East Dean Hill and at the bottom of the hill take a right at the pond and you will see the pub on your right.

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