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The Bulls Head
99 Fishbourne Road West
Fishbourne
Sussex

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The Bulls Head is a 17th Century converted farmhouse situated in the picturesque village of Fishbourne; West Sussex. The Bulls Head Fishbourne is an ideal location for business or pleasure; close to many top local attractions and a short distance to Portsmouth's Gunwarf Shopping; Spinnaker Tower and Historic DockyardA relaxing; comfortable; beamed pub that is famous for its good; promptly served; wholesome food (all freshly prepared and home cooked; with children's and smaller portions available); excellent real ales and quality wines. A warm and intimate atmosphere awaits you in this typically English Village Pub.Fishbourne is an ideal location to be based; whether for business or pleasure; five minutes by car to the centre of Chichester and thirty minutes to Portsmouth with its Historic Dockyard and great waterfront shopping. The Bulls Head is also close to many other popular attractions; including Fontwell; Fishbourne Roman Villa and Goodwood; famous for its Racecourse; the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival.The Bulls Head serves the best in cask conditioned real ales; with always five to choose from; Fullers Chiswick; Discovery; London Pride; H.S.B and E.S.B along with other popular bottled and draught lagers; something for every taste bud.

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