Mulberry InnPetworth Road
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The Mulberry is on the A483 just north of the Surrey/Sussex Border. Formerly the Ramsnest Inn it has been developed as a pub restaurant, with a modern airy feel. Set out on three levels, the rear two are laid out as a restaurant, with subdued red painted walls, whilst the main bar has a similar colour scheme, together with a number of framed French posters on the walls. The bar is furnished with sturdy wooden tables for less formal dining and is where those just wanting a drink are welcome. Fresh flowers are laid out on all tables and there is an impressive fireplace, sadly no longer used. Free Wifi is available, ask for the code. Note, the pub may close early if there are no bookings. Outside, a traditional wooden veranda is retained and there is a large garden, with sturdy climbing frame for the children. The garden has many substantial tables for dining or drinking and is surrounded by a large number of mature trees, and there are also apple trees within the garden itself.