The go-to site for what makes life worth living in and around Petersfield, Hampshire, and some other stuff too. For flaneurs, bon vivants, indeed boulevardiers of every complexion - why go anywhere else?
Saturday, 4 October 2008
Two miles from the centre of Petersfield and unchanged since the Liberals last tasted power. Beer strictly from the barrel, pea and ham soup that your spoon will stand up in and ye treacle tarte of Olde Englande. Who could wish for more? In its own way, perfect. Downside: tiny, welcome can be a bit chilly, service can be flaky, toilets would also have been recognised by Lloyd George. This is nitpicking however; in truth it's a great characterful pub. Get there: signposts for Steep off the old A3 into east Petersfield. 01730 262685. GMAP