The Murrell Arms was built as a farmhouse by the local yeoman William Murrell in 1750 that owned much of Barnham including the nearby windmill. It was opened as a public house shortly after the building of the railway station in 1864. Historical traditions are still retained with log fires, bar meal, two gardens and ringing the bull. The helpful staffs only add to the pubs warm and cost atmosphere on hand. They serve a full selection of draught beers, wines and spirits for your enjoyment. Situated on the premises of the pub there is a small beer garden and a children’s play area where parents can have a refreshing drink during summer months while the children play. Since the new smoking legislation the pub has recently had a smoking shelter built to facilitate smoking customers during the cold winter months. With a large car park across the street it is easy to access. There is an extensive home cooked menu served throughout the pubs premises, so customers will never go hungry. The popular live music nights are on Thursdays and Sundays. Why not come and visit this pub today and experience the wonderful atmosphere.