Monday to Saturday the bar is open from 12pm to 11pm. Sunday's and bank holiday Monday's 12pm to 9pm
Monday to Saturday the kitchen is open 12pm to 2.45pm and 6pm to 8.45pm. Sunday lunch is 12pm to 3.45pm. The kitchen is closed in the evening on Sunday's and bank holiday Monday's
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Children's Menu available
About The Plough Inn
An English country pub and restaurant with it's own brewery. There are 6 double bedrooms and a shop on site too. Dogs are welcome in the bar, barn and garden. Sorry, but we don't allow dogs in the restaurant.
Excellent Sunday Roasts including the vegetarian option. Offered smaller plates on the roasts which was a nice touch. First class, super quick service, would definitely visit again!!! Lovely
Our large group of adults and children had a great time and were well looked after on both our visits over the last year.
Excellent food, beautifully precented
We had a very enjoyable evening meal after a long day's walk. We were staying overnight at the Plough, so it was the obvious place for us to eat as well. The food was excellent. I had the slow cooked duck scotch egg, following by the trout superfood salad. My wife had the cajun chicken burger following by the white chocolate cheesecake. We were very happy with all of these. The food was definitely worth the price paid. There was a good feeling in the pub. Not too crowded, but enough people to make you feel comfortable. There was background music at a good volume. I've only knocked off a star on Atmosphere because they were obviously streaming the music and it was regularly cutting out to buffer, which was quite annoying. Service was good, although I had to go off in search of a knife and fork for my main (hence the one star off of service). I would definitely recommend the Plough, both as somewhere to eat and as somewhere to stay.
Good choice of food and everyone on our table enjoyed their meal. Staff particularly helpful throughout our lunch.
Very pleasant lunch ... delicious salad (Chicken Cesaer) with beautifully cooked chicken ... And the bowls you serve the salads up in are gorgeous!!
Lovely pub, great staff, good locally sourced produce
Very pleasant experience from some friendly staff Good food, good service Lovely location for a walk to Leith hill Would and will visit again
Great food just a bit slow to arrive
Service was slow, but everything else was Devine, a larger selection on the menu would also be nice, even just on the weekend. But in all, it’s a very nice country pub, will definitely be going back.
Excellent service & attention to food allergies & intolerances. Great, varied menu freshly cooked. Lovely relaxed evening
Really great time had
Another very good roast dinner
Lovely pub, great staff, good location. Food could have been hotter, but selection of vegetables with the roast dinner was excellent and much appreciated.
Your young male asian waiter (“I normally only work behind the bar”) really let you down. We asked him how the pasta dish (with goats cheese & parmesan crisp) was made a vegan option. His answer “well we just take everything out & leave you with the pasta - haha”. Upon asking about the vegan stuffed mushrooms his reply was “oh don’t order them the chefs hate making this dish as it’s sooooo boring. It’s not that nice either”. I must have looked quite appalled so he then proceeded to add it was my own fault being a vegan in the first place! We all were left with the impression that offering a vegan option in this pub is a token gesture that isn’t taken seriously. I ordered the sharing platter minus the ham & left the cheese stuffed peppers. Although it was nice, it wasn’t an ideal main dish but as it’s designed to be a starter, I accept that. My friends all had wonderful main courses but were not impressed by your waiter! We all thought the desserts were a bit pricey so didn’t order any. Don’t think we will have another ‘ladies night’ here again - sorry.
We enjoyed our lunch, the duck and bacon salad came with no bacon though, that said it was still delicious and a generous portion! The Tillingbourne ale was nectar. V friendly staff, although the service was a tad slow but it was brisk business. Will stop by again.
attentive staff, lovely food!
Excellent all round except the 40 minute wait for food, despite booking, and including other diners who arrive later being served first - this has happened twice now.
Always good st the Plough, reliably good welcome, good food and atmosphere
Fantastic place very friendly staff,beautiful surroundings and stunning room,would come again.
Good food and staff very friendly. They were really busy as a bank holiday. Even better as we could book in advance and include the dog. One of the best web sites we have used. We will defiantly come again.
A lovely spot, friendly staff, good food and a homely atmosphere. We had a great time walking and then enjoyed our visit here.
Food was fabulous- chips to die for! highly recommend.
Evening meal was lovely breakfast was just right.
It was a lovely afternoon. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the place welcomed our dogs, despite them managing to get in the way as much as possible.