Richard and Marianne Baker warmly welcome you to The Plough Inn.
If you’re looking for a friendly independent pub restaurant in the picturesque Faversham area, then look no further. Local beers, wines & ciders and a choice from the constantly changing selection of unique homemade dishes from our blackboard, not forgetting that all traditional Sunday roast, come as standard in our family-run country pub. And if you’re looking to hold a celebration or event here, or to use our unique ‘Home Service’ where we cater in your own home, then do visit The Plough Inn Events, our sister website.
Tucked away in an area of outstanding natural beauty between the historical towns of Maidstone, Ashford and Faversham, The Plough Inn inhabits a unique space amongst Kent’s rolling hills and lush farmland. Our unspoilt surroundings in ‘The Garden of England’ create the perfect setting for enjoying the fresh, locally-sourced meals we serve here. So beautiful an area and building that the Darling buds of May was filmed here in 1992 – just come and see for yourself.
There’s plenty to see and do nearby, and we’re a great stop-off for walkers and cyclists alike. A short drive from Faversham is medieval Leeds Castle, the home of Catherine of Aragon in the sixteenth century, with parts dating back to the early 1100’s. We also enjoy stunning views out to Herne Bay, a popular Victorian seaside town known for its pier, pretty shingle beach and pastel-coloured huts along the seafront, as well as some of Kent’s leading vineyards to visit.
Whether you’re looking for some where to enjoy a warm and lazy afternoon taking in the stunning views from our gardens or seeking the unbeatable cosiness of an open log fire in the winter, we look forward to welcoming you to The Plough Inn.