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The Plough overlooks meadows close to the River Mole. The interior retains original features including low beams and a large fireplace with real fire. The main building dates from the 18th Century, although some parts are claimed to be older. It has been a funeral parlour and a butchers shop in its time. Recently refurbished and modernised inside but retains separate snug at front. Live music on some Thursdays (jazz or pop oldies). Operates a loyalty scheme in conjunction with other Rarebreed sites.