Reservations can be made on line for tables of 8 or less, or by calling the pub on 01795 890 256.

Family Run Country Pub


Culinary Excellence
The Plough Inn at Stalisfield, Faversham
The Plough Inn at Stalisfield, Faversham
We are delighted to announce that we have just been awarded 4 gold stars by the AA for our rooms

The Plough Inn at Stalisfield, Faversham

The Plough Inn at Stalisfield is a beautiful country pub with rooms in a village high up on the Kent Downs between Faversham, Canterbury and Ashford. Owners Marianne and Richard Baker have over thirty years’ experience in the hospitality industry and are passionate about combining great food and drink with welcoming service in a relaxed setting. If you’re looking for a tranquil rural stay, our luxurious bed and breakfast suites are the perfect retreat. Each have been individually designed and furnished with everything for a truly relaxing experience.

We create our pub food using locally sourced, high quality ingredients. We offer a varied daily specials board as well as traditional favourites. Our philosophy of supporting local producers extends to our drinks menu too, where you’ll find a wide range of local Kent ales, wines, ciders and soft drinks as well as a great selection of gins and rums.

We look forward to welcoming you to The Plough Inn. Richard and Marianne

Eat

Whether it’s a table for two, a family or friends get together, join us for lunch, dinner, or a hearty Sunday roast.

Stay

Explore our unique bed and breakfast suites, situated in the pub garden with views across glorious countryside down towards the coast.

Drink

The Plough Inn’s philosophy of supporting local food producers extends further than just the ingredients for our menus and we offer a fantastic array of Kentish drinks too.

The North Downs boast rich woodlands and rare chalk glasslands, which encourages rich diversity of flora and fauna. There are nature reserves, rare plants and butteries a plenty; but our personal favourite has to be the beathtaking views from the top of the North downs.

Lovely country walk in local woods, then back to the pub for refreshments!

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