Thursday, 5 November 2009

The Plough Inn, Longparish, Hampshire

The Plough inn dates back to 1721 according to parish records and can be found in the picturesque Test Valley village of Longparish. The inn is within casting distance of the river Test famous for its excellent fishing rights. The inn is also on the Test way making it an ideal watering hole for thirsty ramblers. A familiar sight at the inn is the webbed residents of Longparish who waddle over for a bite to eat from anyone who can bear to share their baguette! The Plough was sympathetically refurbished in late 2006 and has a warm, comfortable atmosphere with flagstone and oak floors complimented by leather chairs and subtle soft furnishings open log fires and superb food, wines and real ales.