A charming and old-fashioned country pub. The Anglesey Arms at Halnaker (the "l" is silent) is situated on the A285 Chichester-Petworth road, which follows the course of old Roman Stane Street.
The pub is part of the Goodwood Estate, famous for its horse racing, especially the July festival, known affectionately as 'Glorious Goodwood'; two world class motor racing events (The Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival) and golf at The Goodwood Club.
If you are in West Sussex, on holiday, then the Anglesey Arms would make an ideal choice to sample traditional hospitality coupled with good food. We are famed for our steaks and seasonal local fish, shellfish and game. Careful sourcing including local organic meat and vegetables is a hallmark of the kitchen.
The Anglesey is also a 'dog friendly' pub so please feel free to bring your dog in to meet our own pub dog, Buckley, a loveable Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever!
Within a mile of the pub is the famous Boxgrove archaeological site, where, in 1993, the 500,000 year-old shin bone of Boxgrove Man (a robust human over 1.8m tall) was found. Also at Boxgrove is the Priory Church, dating from the early 12th century, when it was part of a Benedictine Priory.