Set in the stunning 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, it 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 flooring, our beer garden overlooks the river & the views are extraordinary!
Top-notch Home Cooked Fresh Food:
We're really passionate about using locally sourced ingredients; all our food is freshly home-cooked using seasonal local produce: our popular daily menus of fresh local produce comes with impeccable local credentials (locals speak of our seafood-based mains in hushed tones of reverence) & are served by our very friendly & most welcoming team of staff.
And to drink?
An excellent local pint: a good range of beers & specially selected real ales, all the ales and ciders are sourced from local brewers, alongside a happy mix of customers and warmly welcoming licensees
Renowned for our live music offering & the convivial chatter, the musicians & bands in the area often perform an intimate gig of an evening.