Get away from it all at The Plough Inn...

Posted: 26 September 2012

Blog category: Pubs, Pub of the Week

The Plough Inn, Lewson Street is a traditional pub located in a peaceful village where locals, walkers, families and visitors alike are given a warm and friendly welcome by Kevin, Carol and Michael.

Tucked away and surrounded by fields, this pub is a great little find. The building, originating from 1260, is full of character and features oak beams and a large inglenook fireplace where customers can warm themselves after chilly winter walks. The pub is a former blacksmiths and local folklore has it that a man once shoed his horse in the bar.

The pub serves traditional dishes with a contemporary twist and an imaginative vegetarian selection. Meals are also served in the bar or outside in the large garden, where there is a small children’s play area.

The pub has great live music every Wednesday evening and Sunday lunchtime.

Landlord Kevin says: “Our intention on taking over the pub 15 months ago was to serve good food based upon fresh meat, fish and produce. The pub itself creates its own cosy ambience and we like to provide a warm welcome to all our guests.

We stuck to our principals and we are pleased to say we are now seeing the rewards. The feedback from our customers, comments on Facebook, Trip Advisor etc give us the confidence that we are doing the right thing, although we are never too complacent and always try to ensure our customers are completely satisfied. We are sure you will not be disappointed, so please come and see for yourself.”

To see the pub’s menus and upcoming events, take a look at the website