Chequers InnRowhook Road
A pleasant and popular 15th century country pub, with a large garden, part of which is used to grow vegetables used in the pub food. Three handpumps, one regular and two guest beers. Small bar room, larger 'top bar' and large dining room. This dining room is integral but separate from the pub and is in a barn type building constructed, during the last war, of corrugated sheeting; this part of the pub is listed. There is also a seating area at the front of the pub. The pub has an excellent reputation for its food. The owner/landlord is an award winning master chef of Great Britain and also achieved three AA rosettes whilst head chef at the South Lodge Hotel in Lower Beeding.