Low Heath, Petworth, GU28 0HG
Tel: +44 (0) 1798 344288
We’re a true country pub, serving local real ales, spirits and cider as well as fresh, locally-sourced British cuisine. Our spacious dining area features large picture windows overlooking a beautiful coppice and the rolling South Downs, and an open kitchen so guests can watch the chefs hard at work. We also have an intimate private dining room which seats up to 8 guests and is ideal for special occasions, meetings and workshops.
Please note that as we make all our dishes using only the freshest seasonal produce, our menus change frequently and the menus displayed on our website are samples.
Sometimes an afternoon or evening visit simply isn’t long enough to soak up our scenic surroundings and savour our delicious food; so why not stay the night as well? Our pub features 14 sumptuous en-suite bedrooms which are located within the pub and in a separate annexe. Each cosy room is individual in décor, combining a charming cottage style with all the mod cons you could need.
Dogs are very welcome to stay in any of bedrooms, for a small extra charge of £15 per dog. Please let a member of our team know upon booking if you are bringing your dog along.
Our ready-prepared meals to finish & enjoy 'At Home' are here to stay! Head Chef Nico and his team create weekly menus so you can enjoy the award-winning taste of The Welldiggers Arms with our easy ready prepared meal options to finish and enjoy at home. We hope you enjoy them as much as we've enjoyed making them!
We have the perfect venue for your upcoming celebration, get-together or business meeting. Our cosy and intimate private dining room seats up to 8 people and is nicely secluded from the main bar and restaurant.
We’re always happy to work with you to create a bespoke menu tailored to your occasion. Enquire with our team on booking.
Whether it’s in celebration of a birthday or you’re simply looking to surprise someone special, our gift vouchers make for perfectly unique presents to suit any occasion.
From charming countryside stays, vineyard tours, private hacks and historical visits to champagne teas, clay shooting, watercolour lessons and charcuterie workshops — there are a plethora of unforgettable experiences and pursuits to choose from.
We can even deliver a beautifully packaged gift voucher in a branded sleeve, along with a personalised message
Book your shooting break at The Welldiggers Arms; with Leconfield Estate right on our doorstep and many other premiere shooting estates a stone’s throw away, we’re the ideal country bolthole for Guns. We also offer a fantastic service for shooting parties, which includes:
Full shoot butler service
Elevenses available on request
Cigars, fine wines and whiskies
14 en-suite, dog friendly bedrooms
Cooked breakfast made to order
For more details and to book, please get in touch with our friendly team on +44 (0) 1798 344288 or send an email to email@example.com
A true country pub overlooking the stunning South Downs and yet just a train journey away from several major cities (including Winchester, Southampton and London) we’re a unique venue for business meetings, workshops and corporate team building days.
Our private dining room can accommodate up to 12 people in a boardroom set-up and includes everything you need; including a projector, pads and pens, WiFi and refreshments.
In partnership with our great friends at The Old House Inn in Copthorne and The White Horse in Chilgrove, we’re bringing you a three-night stay from £150 per person.
In partnership with our great friends at The White Horse in Chilgrove and The Royal Oak in East Lavant, we’re bringing you a three-night stay from £160 per person.
Indulge your taste for a tipple with our Sip & Snooze package, inclusive of dinner, pre-and-post-dinner cocktails, Friday night stay, and a breakfast cocktail, from £215 per person.
Celebrate your newfound freedom this summer with a sleepover inclusive of Aperol Spritz, dinner, Blue Skies Cocktail Co. cocktail and breakfast, from £176 per person.
You go everywhere with them, your trusty four-legged companion, so why should you leave them at home when you head for a night away?