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Friday, 31 October 2008

The Keeper's Arms, Trotton (pub)

5 miles or so east of Petersfield. What a great establishment this is. The entertaining but migraine-threatening interior of former days has been stripped back and toned down to a cool, light space while retaining the intriguing nooks and crannies which make it a great pub to visit with any number of people. A real 'destination' pub, with fine rooms and skilful cooking of an extremely high standard available at  lunchtimes and evenings (see the hipster's restaurant review) and some intriguing beers. Excellent wine list too. Get there: perched above God's own highway (southern region), the A272, half way between Rogate and Midhurst. 01730 813724 GMAP

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