The Plough Inn is a traditional English pub located in a peaceful village where locals, walkers, families and visitors alike are given a warm and friendly welcome. Set in a secluded countryside location, 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 guests 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 spacious restaurant 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 live music every Sunday lunchtime.