A great pub, serving great food to great locals.
The Gribble Inn is a charming public house within West Sussex, nestled in the quaint village of Oving. It is situated close to the South Downs with views to Goodwood, three miles from the historical city of Chichester.
Your hosts Simon and Nikki pride themselves on offering quality service and seasonal food both accompanied by a variety of tasty beers, brewed onsite in their very own micro-brewery!
The Gribble offers comfortable chesterfield sofas surrounding two roaring log fires to warm you in the winter months and a pretty cottage garden in which to enjoy the long summer evenings.
The Gribble welcomes amongst others; locals, rambler & walkers, cyclists, well behaved children and dogs.
Monday to Saturday 11am to 11.00pm
Sundays 12 noon to 10.00pm
Open for breakfast & coffees from 9am Monday to Saturday
The 16th century thatched cottage that is today The Gribble Inn, was once the home of local school teacher Rose Gribble.
Following her death in 1980, local farmer Peter Hague compassionately bought and transformed the cottage into a public house for the local Oving parishioners. In memory of Rose, Peter named the pub ‘The Gribble’ as a lasting tribute.
The onsite micro-brewery has been active since the opening of the pub in 1980. Head brewer, Rob Cooper, has brewed beer at the Gribble since it opened. His late father was the Head Brewer before him and both had the pleasure of knowing Rose Gribble