The Plough Inn
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
It is clear to see why this pub is now a popular port of call for cyclists, anglers and walkers - its idyllic setting is offset perfectly by its welcoming interior, complete with real fires, and delicious food. A traditional ivy-laced facade opens up to a cosy interior, which has been sensitively refurbished to retain the original features and ambience. There are several nooks and crannies in which you can settle down and rest your feet, with a pint of local ale in hand after a hard day's walk. If you have worked up an appetite, even better - The Plough offers a range of well-priced traditional pub fare, all freshly prepared using locally sourced meat and vegetables. Sample satisfying old favourites such as liver and bacon, gammon steak or traditional fish and chips. A relaxed and informal dining ethos means you can enjoy food in any area of the pub, and there are even regular food-theme nights to keep things interesting (private parties are also catered for). For those wanting a more energetic experience, head to The Plough on the second Thursday of the month for their vibrant and hugely popular open mic night - with e v e ryone here so welcoming, even the shyest performers will feel compelled to have a go.