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  • Beachside restaurants in Sussex

    Meal with a sea view? Don’t mind if we do! This is your definitive guide to dining (and yes, drinking too of course) by the coast - beautiful come rain or shine

  • Five reasons why you should visit Sussex vineyards this summer

    Not that you need an excuse to enjoy the elegance of English wines but allow Muddy to provide a few more reasons to be romanced by boutique vineyard, the Albourne Estate

  • Best beaches in the South & South West

    Heading south for the summer? Then you'll be needing our guide to the 18 best beaches, including the inside line on the best activities, foodie joints and sundowner spots.

  • Review: The Angel Inn and E.Street Bar & Grill, Petworth

    Combining a sexy place to eat and even sexier places to stay, our mini break in the Sussex town is true Petworth perfection.

  • 12 things to do in St Leonards-on-Sea

    Hastings much cooler more bohemian neighbour, St Leonards has got it all going on. The latest darling of London media professionals who are moving to the seaside town in droves it's been dubbed Shoreditch on Sea.

  • Review: Beachcroft Beach Hut Suites, Felpham Beach

    Fancy snoozing to the sound of surf on shingle? These luxury beach front suites on the West Sussex coast are the perfect family staycation destination. Muddy checked in for some good old British seaside fun.

  • Review: The Crab & Lobster, Sidlesham

    Set in the chocolate box pretty village of Sidlesham, near Chichester, this cosy pub with slick newly refurbed rooms packs a real foodie punch.

  • Brunch and wine-tasting at Chalk Restaurant, Wiston Wine Estate

    Brunch and wine-tasting. Two of Muddy's favourites things, so when we found out we could combine both in one morning we were down the A24 like a shot.

  • Review: The Royal Oak, Midhurst

    Muddy revisits this 17th century rural foodie haven on the outskirts of Midhurst and finds its the perfect pub for any occasion.

  • Review: Wild Thyme & Honey, Ampney Crucis

    Cotswolds corker! Brand new for this year and showing all the honey-stoned charms you'd expect of an historic 16th century inn (with some multi-million pound mod-cons), read on and book in. You'll love it.

  • Soho House Brighton is opening soon!

    The rumours are true - the hipsters hangout Soho House is opening in Brighton at the end of March. Want to know all the details?

  • What’s cooking?

    We ask some of the best chefs in Sussex to spill all about their work, lives, and recommendations for eating well locally. Dishing it this week is Johnny Stanford from AG’s Restaurant, Alexander House near East Grinstead.

  • 52 roasts with the most across the Muddy counties

    Why bother basting potatoes with goose fat when this lot do it so much better? Grab your gang and head to one of these gorgeous gastropubs across the Muddy counties.

  • Your festive guide to the big smoke this Christmas

    Eat, drink, and be merry in the capital this festive season with our holly jolly hitlist. From glam pop-ups and glittering fairgrounds to cocktails and carols, here's the best of the best.

  • Launch review: The Pig, Harlyn Bay, Cornwall

    On its opening day, Muddy's ed-in-chief Hero Brown was the first to eat lunch at the brand new Pig hotel in Harlyn Bay (what a trooper!). So what was the verdict - and is it worth a trip to North Cornwall?

  • Restaurants with rooms

    Dreaming of a foodie getaway? We've scoured the Muddy counties for hotel stays with serious culinary credentials for when lock-down lifts. Tuck in.

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