The Plough at Lupton

The Plough at Lupton was built in around 1760. At that time the inn was mainly for travellers who used it as a rest stop near the local Turnpike on the modern-day road between Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale.

The Plough offers great views of Farleton Knott, an ancient landmark which was
used as a Beacon Hill to give warnings of impending Scottish invasions. Though not provide us a good challenge for fell runners and walkers and mountain bikers, giving wonderful views across the South Lakes and Lune Valley.

Those customers who have visited the plough was sister pub, the Punch bowl will know the standard of food and service to expect. The plough may seem like just another simple roadside pub but inside the bar and Farleton room have their own special style. With a mix of comfy sofas and tables impressive oak beams, genuine antique furniture, and solid wood floors the bar doesn’t fail to impress.

A wide variety of cuisine is a available, giving the customer a real choice, from a Moroccan kebab to seafood or just a steak and chips they aim to cater for the taste buds of the most discerning customer.

The plough has an excellent selection winds local hand pulled ales and other fine
beers as well as two domestic wine caves, so you can choose your ideal beverage to go with your meal.

The lovely market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is just a few minutes drive away stop thetown has many independent stores, a mediaeval Market Square and thriving antiques shops.

You can even hold your wedding reception at the plough will stop it caters for 80 to100 guests in the main dining room. A Special wedding breakfast with a variety of small plates in a choice of cooking styles is available.

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