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Inns in Chiddingfold

The Mulberry Inn
Petworth Road
Chiddingfold
Surrey

GU8 4SS | View map
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The Mulberry, formerly The Rams Nest, is located on the edge of Chiddingfold village.

Originally a pub, the restaurant now has a great reputation for its unique style of dining, fabulous food, world class wine and excellent local beer.

Vibrant and inviting, The Mulberry is the perfect location for enjoying a relaxed dinner in the restaurant or garden or having a Sunday roast by the fire whilst soaking up the lively atmosphere.

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The three beautiful guest rooms provide the perfect country retreat in lavish yet homely surroundings. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or are on a business trip, it is a relaxed, luxurious and affordable place to stay. The Mulberry situates you in an ideal spot from which to discover the West Sussex and Surrey countryside and is only a 25 min drive from Goodwood.

Room rates
Sunday-Thursday: 70 room only with complimentary breakfast tray. Friday-Saturday: 120 room and cooked breakfast served in the restaurant.

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