What they say about us?
Plenty and it’s always good!
Praise from The Guardian, The Independant, The Echo, Tripadvisor, Visit Wales, CAMRA, The Good beer Guide………………………………
From Alistair Sawday’s Special Places – Pubs and Inns of England & Wales
The Plough recieved the Community Pub Award – An award for “cracking rural locals run by enterprising, hard-working landlords who have succeeded in making their pub the hub of the community”
“The kind of pub you wish was your local – and it is as welcoming to single drinkers as it is to groups. Originally part of a monastic grange, today’s Plough & Harrow that sometime Aussie Landlady Paula can vouch for the presence of the piratical ghosts that many say have been hanging around for centuries. Ancient, low white walls draw you to the front door. There are low ceilings and low lights in the rooms to either side, each with a big fireplace filled with churchy candles or crackling winter logs, and the bar groans with an impressive array of handpumps, up to 11 ales are served.
Happy yellow walls, original floors, a well-loved assortment of furniture – and a trombone used to play Happy Birthday the other day. Traditionalists will enjoy gammon and chips on the lunch menu, but for the more adventurous there are dishes such as summer crab salad and more restauraunty but fantastic value food in the evenings. A brilliant atmosphere, a great find.”
Just type in Plough and Harrow, Monknash on Google and read the reviews, they are all good.