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The Plough Inn, Pyecombe

 

Address:
London Road,
Pyecombe,
West Sussex
BN45 7FN
Telephone: 01273 842796
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Owner: e.g Enterprise Inns
Tenant / Lessee: e.g. Mr John Smith
Landlord: e.g. Mr John Smith and Mrs Jane Smith
Real Ale: Yes / No
Real Cider / Perry: Yes / No
Free House: Yes / No
Website: Yes - www.theploughpyecombe.co.uk
Facebook: Yes - theploughpyecombe
Twitter: Yes - Not found
Instagram: Yes / No
Free Wifi: Yes / No
Child friendly: Yes / No
Dog friendly: Yes / No
Car Parking: Yes / No
Disabled access: Yes / No
Accommodation: Yes / No – if ‘yes’ describe

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e.g. Large garden, pool table, darts, wide screen, tv, Sky Sports, dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks 

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Description:

Welcome to the Plough at Pyecombe

The Plough is situated on the South Downs Way just north of Brighton in the historic village of Pyecombe.

We are within easy reach of Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath and have excellent links from beyond the locality via the A23.

We have owned The Plough for the last 15 years and have in that time built up an excellent reputation for serving fine food in our bar and restaurant. All our food is cooked to order on the premises - our aim is to provide you with fine food in relaxing surroundings.

Our restaurant comprises a warm friendly atmosphere inside and an outside terrace area which offers views across the South Downs. The Plough is the ideal venue for business lunches through to a meal for the entire family.

Parties or special occasions are fully catered for, so make The Plough your next call by making a reservation on 01273 842 796.

Eclectic international dishes in a simple village inn offering South Downs views from its terrace.


Our food:

The Plough serves a full à la carte menu plus a wide range of hot and cold bar food served all day. We sell a broad selection of traditional English ales and ciders, imported bottled lagers and fine wines, spirits and liqueurs.

Menus: Restaurant, bar snacks, Chefis Sprcials board, children's menu, wine list and good range of beers and cider.

Booking is advisable for the restaurant and can be made by calling us on 01273 842796.

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History:  The Plough


Built as a coaching inn in the late 18th century to take advantage of the growth in travellers between London and Brighton. The original coaching route went up Church Lane to the right and the inn was able to take advantage of a new coaching route added in the early 19th century which headed northwards down the road on the left. Both roads have been superseded by others,

Church Lane was bypassed in the 19th century as coaches found the gradient too steep up Clayton Hill with that route now the A273. Old London Road remained in use as the A23 until the early 1990s when it was replaced by a new interchange with the new route now beyond the hedge to the left though it remains part of the A273 for traffic wishing to join the northbound carriageway of the A23, however, very few people use this except the locals.

The inn itself has become more of a gastropub than local over the last few years and remains popular with both visitors and walkers.


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