type: Inn
city: Chichester
address: Charlton, Nr Goodwood, West Sussex, PO18 0HU
Phone No: 01243 811461

The Fox Goes Free is an historic pub in the village of Charlton in the South Downs National Park. This 400-year-old watering hole has hunting lodge origins dating back to the 16th century and was also the inaugural meeting place of the WI on November 9, 1915.

The pub offers 5 letting rooms and still has many of its original features including oak beams, flint and brick walls, open fireplaces and stone flooring. It also boasts a pub garden with views over Levin Down, a National Trust site. There’s a large private car park. There are also barbecues, outside bars and live music on dates throughout the year. High chairs and a children’s menus are available. Dogs are allowed in the bar and garden, not bedrooms.

The Fox Goes Free is a mile from the Goodwood Estate, so perfect for the famous horse and vintage car racing meets or golf course. Cass Sculpture Park and West Dean Gardens are also nearby. Chichester with its famous cathedral, acclaimed theatre and London and South Coast rail links, is about 7 miles away.

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