Hall & Woodhouse confirms three popular pubs will reopen

Hall & Woodhouse has confirmed that three of its Sussex pubs will open for outdoor use from Wednesday, April 14, following the lifting of government restrictions.

Friday, 12th March 2021, 4:41 pm
Updated Friday, 12th March 2021, 4:43 pm
The Worlds End, Patching

The Black Rabbit in Arundel, The Worlds End in Patching and Goffs Manor in Crawley are to reopen with a limited menu of classic pub favourites, a contactless ordering system and social distancing measures.

Matt Kearsey, managing director of Hall & Woodhouse, said: “We are delighted to be able to re-open a number of our houses for outdoor use. Our pubs play a vital role in their community and we are excited to be making preparations to welcome our guests back safely. We’ve missed them.

“We have created all-weather solutions to cope with the obvious challenges of only opening outside in April. Guests will be able to book a number of covered tables if they do not want to take their chances with the Great British weather.”

Guests are encouraged to pre-book a table online. Bookings of no more than six people will be available with a 90-minute slot at the table.

The Black Rabbit will remain closed on Mondays and will open from 11.30am to 11pm Tuesdays to Saturdays and from midday to 9pm on Sundays.

The other two pubs will open from 11.30am to 3pm and 5.30pm to 11pm Tuesdays to Thursdays, from 11.30am to 11pm Fridays and Saturdays, and from midday to 9pm on Sundays.

Guests are advised to check each individual pub’s website for food service times.

Hall & Woodhouse will begin the phased reopening of the rest of its managed house estate across the south from week commencing Monday, May 17, in line with the government’s roadmap.

For more information, visit www.hall-woodhouse.co.uk