About The Berkeley Arms
The Berkeley Arms is a traditional country style pub, in the picturesque and historic village of Bosham. Frequently listed among the top 20 places to live in the UK, Bosham is a popular village for locals and tourists alike. Bosham holds it's own little place in history, mentioned by name on the world famous Bayeux Tapestry; the reference points to a meeting in 1064 between Harold and Edward the Confessor, which took place in the village en route to meeting William of Normandy.
Our aim is to honour what makes a classic British pub; a grade 2 listed building with log fires in the bar and restaurant and with outdoor seating. You'll find traditional Fuller's beers on tap as well as lagers from around the world (including an English craft lager!) amongst other top tipples of course. The classic British theme carries onto the menu where you will find dishes such as 'The Classic Prawn Cocktail', 'Hand Beer Battered Haddock and mushy peas' and 'Steak and Ale Pies', and by Pie we mean a proper individual pie, a beautiful filling encased entirely in short crust pastry, no puffy lids in sight!! On Sundays we serve a traditional a Roast Dinner with all the trimmings and choice of meats. We offer a relaxed environment where you can feel at home, providing friendly service and hearty classic lunches, dinners and desserts. Book a table and come pay us a visit!
Monday - Saturday
Sunday and Bank Holidays
Bar open 12pm - 11pm
Restaurant open 12pm - 5pm
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We welcome dogs in our bar & garden areas, please keep them on a lead.