A truly lovely place, with all you could wish for in a country pub, the Coach and Horses is in a quiet spot in Danehill, south of East Grinstead. It has a simple alehouse layout, a lounge and public bar, but both warm, welcoming and comfortable. Outside there's a large, pretty lawned garden and a peaceful 'adults only' terrace.
As well as a handfull of excellent real ales, including local regulars such as Harvey's Sussex Bitter, there are some decent wines at sensible prices. Food can be enjoyed in the bars or in the restaurant, which usually has plenty of room, except on weekends when it's best to book.
The menu comprises of wholesome fayre such as slow roast belly of pork, Ashdown Forest venison or a roasted cod fillet, and starters such as pheasant liver parfait or pan fried mackerel. Pub classics include fish and chips, chicken and leek pie or local pork sauseages and mash. Lighter lunches such as the blue Brie and bacon sandwich with chips are delicious. If all that sounds too much it's also a great pub for a relaxing drink and a chat. Superb!