The Harrow Inn is a unique family-run 17th Century village pub set in the hangers of Hampshire, offers a range of ales, hearty home cooked food and a warm atmosphere throughout the year.

Front or the pubThe Harrow has been in the same family since 1929. It is now run by two sisters, Claire and Nisa McCutcheon, both of whom were born and brought up there.

It has been included in the Good Pub Guide for 25 years receiving a unique long-service award.

Often appearing in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.

The Harrow was named as "Unspoilt pub of the year" in the 2008 Good Pub Guide, the second time it has won this award (first time 1996), but first time under management of Claire and Nisa McCutcheon, who took over in 2004.

The Harrow is one of only three "authentic pubs" in Alastair Sawday's guide to British pubs.

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