The Fox Inn

is situated in a country lane, 250 yards from the beach in the coastal Village of Felpham, just outside Bognor Regis. The pub is named after a local  H.M. Customs Cutter “The Fox” that sailed these shores in search of illegal cargo in the late 18th century, which is why you see a ship outside the pub.

Its oak paneled walls are filled with old pictures and snippets of village life along with a list of every landlord since 1780. It was also once the watering hole of the poet William Blake and where he was famously arrested and charged with sedition on a jumped up charge involving a drunken soldier staying at the Fox.

 

Today this family run pub is known for its cosy friendly atmosphere, wide range of well-kept ales, quality wines and great food in particular its homemade pies and curries. In the summer months you can also enjoy some alfresco dining is its large sunny and secluded flint walled gardens.

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