Wilkes Head, Chichester

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The Wilkes Head is a traditional family run country inn situated just off the A29 at Eastergate, West Sussex, tucked away down a quiet country lane.

"The Wilkes" opened it's door as a pub in 1803 and the name is believed to be associated with polital reformer John Wilkes who was a champion for the common people and was held in the Tower of London for his criticism of the King and his government. Eventually he held office as Lord Major of London.

"The Wilkes" is a quaint historic Grade II Listed Building with original features - in the flag stone floored main bar the large inglenook fireplace greets you with a roaring log fire, all day, every day through the cooler months. In warmer weather many enjoy a drink in the pretty garden which has a stream running through or dine al fresco in the sunshine.
On the day I visited the pub had 5 real ales on tap and the pub is a cask marque approved pub. The pub offers a good choice of home cooked food and has soemthing to offer everyone. The old world charm and friendly atmsophere makes this a great little pub.


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Church Lane, Eastergate, Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 3UT
01243 543 380
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