Dating back to 1721, The Plough Inn is in the beautiful village of Longparish in the picturesque Test Valley, close to the A303 and a short drive from Winchester, Basingstoke and Newbury. With the world renowned River Test on our doorstep and the Test Way passing through our car park, we provide the perfect stop for a refreshing pint of real ale and a bite from our delicious menu.
Taken over in April 2012 by renowned chef James Durrant, this remains a traditional country pub with a contemporary feel serving award winning food. The warm, welcoming surroundings, log burning fires and cosy snug retain the original character and charm. Our aim is to make guests feel welcome and comfortable whether for a quick drink or meeting with friends and family for lunch or dinner. There is plenty of room in our attractive garden for pub-catered picnics or for dining al fresco. Children are welcome and specially catered for.
Advance bookings are strongly suggested, we do hate to disappoint, please telephone us on: 01264 720358 or e-mail us on email@example.com
We are open every day, food is served: Lunch - Mon-Sat: 12.00 - 2.30pm - Sunday: 12.00 - 4.30pm Dinner - Mon-Sat: 6.00pm - 9.30pm Drinks: Monday-Sat: 12.00 - 11.00pm - Sunday: 12.00 – 6.00pm
We are available for private functions and dinners, please call for details.
September 2013 Included in the 2014 Michelin Guide and awarded a Bib Gourmand rating for the second year running! What is a Bib Gourmand?
July 2013 Again included in the guide for 2014 with the Two Rosette Award.
July 2013 Mail On Sunday Read the recent review of The Plough Inn by Tom Parker Bowles: Read More...
January 2013 James Durrant awarded Gastro Pub Chef of the Year award Please go to our News Page for further information.
September 2012 Awarded the UK ‘Pub of the Year’ award by the Good Food Guide 2013.
Helping the Homeless StreetSmart fundraises for the homeless by adding a voluntary £1 per table to your bill during the winter months. If you don’t want to contribute – of if you’d like to give.......Read More
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