Mentioned in the Domesday Book, Netherfield stands just off the B2096 and is named from the Anglo Saxon words for 'field of adders'.
Five time winners of the Flowers in Bloom competition, the exterior of this popular pub is stunning. Built in 1725, the Netherfield Arms stands proud in the quaint village of Netherfield and oozes charm and character, creating a welcoming atmosphere as you approach.
The interior has been decorated to a high standard; a superb inglenook fireplace crackles away, exposed brickwork and oak beams producing a traditional English pub look that entices you in. 21 year owners Mike and Caroline are keen to preserve the history of the building and ensure the decor fits in with the antique feel of the building.
By far the biggest draw to the Netherfield Arms is the splendid ˆÝ la carte menu; the excellent chefs source ingredients from local suppliers to ensure quality and freshness in every dish they produce. Changing the specials daily to reflect the in-season ingredients, the chefs also create sumptuous fish dishes, caught locally, the fish has to be sampled to be believed. The extensive ˆÝ la carte menu is available all week long and the Sunday roasts are local favourites; additionally the chefs are really good with guests who have dietary requirements, happily rearranging dishes to provide an alternative.
For those who are just peckish, the bar snacks menu provides the perfect accompaniment to the well kept real ales to be enjoyed in the lovely beer garden.
The beer garden is simply beautiful during the summer months and the Vintage Car Club, the MG Owners Club and the Mercedes Club regularly use the pub and its grounds to meet.
The smiling staff are always on hand to ensure you have a fantastic visit.