Set in the Tamar Valley village of Bere Ferrers on the banks of the River Tavy, The Olde Plough Inn dates back to the 16th Century.
Once a humble collection of three silver miners’ cottages, the building became a pub in 1857 and is now cosy and full of character, with a wood-burning stove, exposed stonework walls, beamed ceilings and flagstone floor. Our beer garden overlooks the river, and the views are stunning!
Local food and drinks
We’re really passionate about using locally sourced ingredients. All our food is freshly home-cooked using seasonal produce from local suppliers, served by our very friendly and most welcoming team of staff.
A great range of real ales, craft beer and ciders are all sourced from local brewers. Our bar also boasts fine wines, grown-up soft drinks (child-friendly ones, too) and a fantastic selection of local spirits for all our cocktail recipes.
Our live music offering is popular with locals and visitors alike – from well-known acts to local musicians, and our welcoming Acoustic Nights, Open Mic Nights and Open Jam sessions where everyone is invited to join in.