Old Plough2 Station Road
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Dating from the late 16th century, this pub has been opened out but retains much of its character, particularly at the front. An extension houses the dining area at the rear. Pleasant garden area. Often busy, the decor is a mixture of bare brick and painted walls with painted wood panelling. The pub featured in a Sherlock Holmes novel. Stables were used by previous landlord for hansom cab trade. Was once a courthouse with the gallows outside. Part of the Pearmain stable, this small but growing chain has good reputation for food and is a big draw for many of the clientele. Accredited for beer quality during 2022.