Address:

The Waggon and Horses
109 Church Street
Brighton
East Sussex
(01273) 602752.


Hours:

Open all day  


 

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The Waggon and Horses  

The Waggon and horses is situated in Church Street opposite The Royal Pavilion. A real locals pub with a warm welcome for new faces. The decor is traditional without being overpowering, clean and bright with good quality paintings with local interest. Good disabled access to the bar and toilets. The ales on at the time were not the largest selection but all in excellent condition including Harvey's Best @ ?1.95; Old Speckled Hen @ ?2.22; Directors @?2.10; Budvar on draught @ ?2.40. As for food, only bar food available from midday to 3 o'clock, but tasty bangers mash and peas with gravy for just ?2.50 !! Sandwiches, jacket potatoes, and daily specials all served by friendly staff. Has a great atmosphere, but can be a little smokey when busy, but they do have air filters installed. Sorry but no accommodation available here, however the staff are more helpful than the local hotel agencies. But try: Worth a Diversion (R Payne)

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Comments
 

Harvey's Ales are the best! And The Lord Nelson Inn in Brighton (just out the door of the train station to your right, then next left down the hill on Trafalgar Street a few blocks to 36 Trafalgar Street) keeps them in top condition (a plaque outside the doorway says something like "Casque Marque" checks up on them.) Nice little beer garden, too. Very friendly folks. Tell 'em the guys from Waco sent you! Enjoy. (Jess) 

 



 

Services

 

beer, food, disabled access 

 

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Beers:

Harvey's Best
Old Speckled Hen
Directors.
 


 

Accommodation: 

Brighton Marina House Hotel
8 Charlotte Street, Brighton
East Sussex. (01273) 605349.
From S:30; D:60 prpn


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