From Our Editors
The Plough & Harrow is a 17th-century ale house based in the charming village of Litlington, itself in the South Downs National Park. Many of the original features are still present such as the roaring log fireplace and the rear garden. The menu boasts a seasonal feel, with dishes changing with the climate, while the Chefs can curate a bespoke menu for visiting parties. Other offerings include a variety of light bites and heartier offerings such as a traditional Sunday roast. The pub, who were featured in the Good Pub Guide 2013 and also boast a Cask Marque to their name, serve a wide array of real ales from the local Long Man Brewery, including tipples such as the Long Blonde and Old Man. The bar also stocks a weekly guest ale, lagers, cider, spirits and a selection of wines, which can be enjoyed when attending one of the events such as the twice-monthly pub quiz.