- 7 guest reviews
"The Stonemasons Inn was located in an extremely convenient place for my evening event - easy wallking distance. The landlady was extremely h..."
"I arrived here late in the evening and was greeted with blank looks as Laterooms had not sent my booking through. Luckily they had a room av..."
"The Pub side to the establishment is great with friendly staff, however it doesn't compete well against similar Inns within the local area t..."
"Only stayed one night. On arrival told there would a disco taking place that evening but it would finish at midnight.. If we'd known in adva..."
"Such a beautiful place set in a beautiful location. Our room was tastefully decorated in keeping with the age of the property. Comfortable b..."
About the hotel
Welcome to The Stonemasons Inn and an exciting new chapter in its long history. Under new management from April 2013, The Stonemasons Inn has undergone a major refurbishment programme that truly celebrates its rich architectural features whilst providing a relaxing and stylish venue in which to relax and enjoy high quality food and drink, sourced wherever possible from the county of Sussex. The Stonemasons Inn is truly proud to be a country pub, first and foremost.
It's a place where you are always amongst friends, whether you come in on your own or in a group. A warm welcome awaits every visitor whether it's for a quick drink, a light bite or to enjoy a full a la carte dining experience. A programme of exciting events take place throughout the year including live music, quiz nights, beer festivals and much more. Check the Events page for more details. We welcome guests from all over the world, some of whom stay in our magnificent en-suite accommodation. Each room, which has had its own individual make-over, has an identity taken from past residents - Gentle Harry, Dolly Daintry, Lazy Larry, Mrs Smith and Uncle Jed. The illustrious history of The Stonemasons Inn is not fully known except as a row of seventeenth century buildings, probably all cottages. It is uncertain when the buildings were first used as a hostelry but the position, on the outskirts of the town and on a busy arterial route, would have been a prime one for many centuries. Petworth itself predates The Domesday Book (1086) and was earlier known as Peteorde. In medieval times, it was a busy market town and much of its prosperity has been linked to its proximity to Petworth House, built for the Percy family in the fourteenth century and rebuilt by Charles Seymour, Duke of Somerset, between 1688 and 1696.
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- Restaurant, Bar
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- Until 10:00 hours
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57% would recommend it to a friend
The Stonemasons Inn was located in an extremely convenient place for my evening event - easy wallking distance.
The landlady was extremely helpful and actually gave me a lift to the station the next morning to save me walking with my luggage to catch a bus. The room was very clean and comfortable (only gripe was the traffic outside -only because I wasn't used to it!. other rooms at the back were probably fine) Access to the rooms was by a separate exterior door which was good. Breakfast was prompt and good quality food. I enjoyed my stay and would recommend others without hesitation
Decent place in a very expensive area
I arrived here late in the evening and was greeted with blank looks as Laterooms had not sent my booking through.
Luckily they had a room available and offered me a drink whilst they got it ready. The bar area was very nice and cosy. I got the family room. It was a very quirky and interesting room as the building is very old. Just watch your head. Only one complaint - there was no shower in the bath. Breakfast in the morning was good and Tracey gave a pleasant and friendly service. On the whole a decent place to stay. The area is very posh and expensive and this Inn offers a more moderately priced alternative. When I told people where I stayed they raised an eyebrow and asked if it was ok. I have no idea why. It seemed fine.