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The Harrow, Steep - pub details

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Address: Steep, Nr Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14531) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Petersfield (1.3 miles), Liss (2.3 miles)

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Queens Head, Petersfield (0.6 miles), Half Moon Hotel, Sheet (0.7 miles), Cricketers, Steep (0.9 miles), Good Intent, Petersfield (1.1 miles), Old Drum, Petersfield (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Has always been a superb quintessential English country pub with everything just right (except the opening hours so check first). Whether summer in the lovely garden or winter in the cosy two separate rooms it feels great. The ale straight from the cask and although the variety isn't great the quality of the two small brewery beers was excellent. The food portions are large and delicious.
Steamer1 - 1 Oct 2013 10:12
This was all that I was hoping for, a real old country gem. The public bar is small and intimate, if you don't want to talk to people, don't go there; but if you want to taste a proper old-fashioned pub atmosphere, it's a must visit. And the pea and ham soup is the best I have ever tasted. Oh yes and the beer's not bad either, straight from the barrel of course.
happy_wanderer - 8 Sep 2013 19:53
finally managed to visit this pub as its 50 miles away and don't usually get down to this part of the A3 and the wait was worth it. A jewel of a find. Beautiful location, fantastic pub, two beers tried were in excellent condition and correct temperature. Food does appear a little expensive for simple fare - but that said, they were delicious and portions very generous. We tried the Scotch egg ploughmans - comes with a real hunk of bread, lots of salad and the scotch egg was lovely. The bacon, cheese & onion flan was fantastic and a really large piece. Will have to definitely come again - will be really convenie nt if my son does end up at Southampton Uni then i can pop-in on all trips to & from!
miked_bandit - 23 Aug 2013 18:07
5 lads (Last of the Summer Wine type) from Berkshire on a day out to visit a few pubs in North Hampshire, starting with The Harrow. Arrived at 12.00 (opening time), left at 2.30 (closing time). Visits to other pubs planned for that lunchtime, cancelled. What an excellent find. Warm welcome and excellent conversation with another visiting couple but particularly with Landlady Claire and her assistant Amanda. Local old boy, Davey, was a fund of local knowledge and entertained us with a couple of songs. The two beers on tap in excellent condition. Lunch, although on the face of it a tad expensive, was of excellent quality. We will return.
jim2 - 14 Mar 2013 19:32
I have the opportunity to visit for one of the Stonor CC cricket matches in July each year and after the journey from London this is the first port of call!

From a summertime perspective and with the sun shining, quite simply, this is an unmissable venue to go to. It is what I visualise a proper English country pub should be but catches you unawares as you enter because you are so used to what we now have to, "experience".

The Harrow has low ceilings, two very small bars, the loos are outside and there is a delightful beer garden and it is such a hidden away location you do have to make quite an effort to find it! This does mean the staff are unlikely to take kindly to large numbers turning up and stocks of food are limited - I managed to get the penultimate Scotch Egg at 20 minutes after opening time - so you need to accept at this place you get what you get.

On a 75F day... I discovered the local Perry...
NLBS - 24 Jul 2012 13:15

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