TRADITIONAL PUB IN BRAUNSTON, RUTLAND
Choose from our tempting real ales, well considered wine list and extensive range of gins and whiskies, with everything else in between. Relax in our large beer garden and enjoy a game of Petanque with friends. Children, dogs and muddy boots welcome!
Entrances to the bar are at the front and rear of the building, and there is east access to the car park and disabled ground floor toilets.
Braunton-in-Rutland is a picturesque English village with over 1000 years of history. Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the village originated as a berewick (satellite village) of the manor of Hambleton. The modern church is an extension of a 12th century chapel and is home to "Sheela na Gig" a pagan goddess stone carving, found in the 1920's.
The Old Plough Happy Hour is from 3pm - 7pm, Monday to Thursday where Draught Beers are £3 per pint and our House Wines are £4.95 per 250ml glass.
Long & Rich Heritage
The Old Plough, formerly "The Plough Inn" has been an Inn and public house for more than two hundred years. At the turn of the twentieth century The Plough Inn - as it was known then - had a "Valuation of Trade Fixtures, Utensils and Effects" of exactly "Twenty Six Pounds, Nineteen Shillings and Six Pence".
Thomas Rawlings with his wife Betsy and children Carolin, Maude and John. Taken about 1920