The Plough Inn, Ashford

The Plough Inn

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The Plough is a historic pub in the large village of Brabourne Lees in the middle of the Kent countryside. Just off the A20 between Ashford and Folkestone, the pub makes a great stop when travelling to and from the Channel Tunnel.

Built in 1750, one of The Plough’s former incarnations was as an officers’ mess in the Napoleonic wars. It has retained its historic charm with numerous oak beams, inviting inglenook fireplace and a relaxed decor.

The large beer garden, with beautiful countryside views, has a bat and trap pitch - a traditional Kent pub game - and regular barbecues are held in the summer.

The excellent restaurant, listed in The Good Food Guide, serves imaginative home-cooked meals and the portion sizes are huge and the food very well presented.  The restaurant and pub is open all day from 12:00 and there is a lunchtime menu and an extensive evening menu with traditional dishes on the specials boards.  The traditional South African Sunday Roast is a must to have and half portions are also available for those who does not have the courage for the full portion.