Plough & Harrow, Bridge, Canterbury

Welcome to the Plough & Harrow in Bridge, near Canterbury

A classic Kentish pub in the village of Bridge, The Plough & Harrow serves up fine fare and traditional charm


With its sign-written frontage, old oak beams and hops lining the bar, The Plough and Harrow in the village of Bridge is every inch the traditional Kentish pub. 

A popular meeting place for the local community, it’s a melting pot of characters and convivial conversation, and the ideal spot to enjoy outstanding ale having twice featured in the Good Beer Guide in recent years.

More than just the perfect place for a pint, The Plough and Harrow also serves up delicious homemade food every evening, and offers the opportunity to indulge in some traditional pub pursuits too.

There’s a bar billiards, darts, cards, dominoes and board games to while away those lazy afternoons, and there’s more entertainment in the shape of a popular pub quiz held on the last Tuesday of each month.

As well as being a much-loved community pub, The Plough and Harrow also doubles as something of a traditional travellers rest - well sited for rest and refreshment on the way to the Channel ports.

Whether you’ve lived in the village for decades or you’re dropping in for the first time, you can expect the same warm welcome from the team.

Food at the Plough & Harrow

For good, honest pub food in Bridge, head for the Plough and Harrow - where traditional bar snacks and classic pub favourites are served from 6pm to 9pm, Monday to Saturday.

On Sundays, of course, there’s a fabulous roast dinner to enjoy - served from 1pm until everything’s gone!

Book a table today to avoid missing out…