'The Duke of Cumberland is a beautiful 16th century pub perched on the side of a hill with breathtaking views. From the gardens, on a fine summer’s day, it’s just possible to see Leith Hill, the highest point in Surrey.
Today’s Duke still retains a lot of its original charm. Inside, there are flagstones, brick floors, wooden scrubbed tables and local ales served straight from the barrel. Outside, you will still find fresh trout in one of the many garden ponds.
Come and enjoy a meal, which will be prepared by our award-winning chef/owner Simon Goodman, and choose one of our award-winning real cask ales; wines, spirits, champagnes and soft drinks are also available from the bar to complement your meal.
Our aim at the Duke is to provide you with a peaceful haven in a tranquil corner of West Sussex away from the hustle and bustle of work and everyday life.' - Text from The Duke of Cumberland Arms website
The other week I photographed at The Duke of Cumberland Arms to update some of their establishment photographs that I took last year and photograph some of their newest food dishes. I am in this blog going to share a few of the newest photographs I have done of this lovely pub with you all. I really enjoy photographing the Duke of Cumberland as it has such beautiful scenery at it's location.
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