Botley Hill Farmhouse
Limpsfield Road, off B269
Botley Hill
Nr Titsey
(01959) 577154


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Botley Hill Farmhouse  

An old converted farmhouse in an isolated position with a good reputation for food and ale. There are usually six real ales on: Greene King IPA, Abbot Ale, Marston Pedigree, Ruddles Best Bitter and Theakston XB are the standard fayre and there is also a guest ale. The original farmhouse was reputedly owned by Henry VIII and was later bought by local landowners, the Greshams, in 1546. In 1936 the building was converted into tea-rooms, becoming a pub in 1994. For those entertainment moments, there is a marquee at weekends for the purpose and seating outside for the summer. Titsey was originally the estate village for Titsey Park and is now a small hamlet. If you cant find Titsey, just look for the large radio mast on Botley Hill and you cant miss it. If culture is your bag, then there a 3rd century Romano-Celtic temple to the east of Titsey, and a Roman villa in Titsey Park. No accommodation here.



Expensive beer and whole business is geared around eating, so the drinker is crowded and pushed around and finds it difficult to get served. Not recommended at weekends. 





beer, food, beer garden 


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Greene King Abbott Ale
Marston Pedigree
Ruddles Best
Theakston XB.



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