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The Plough Inn, Wakefield - pub details

Plough Inn

Address: 45 Warmfield Lane, Warmfield, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF1 5TL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31973) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Normanton (1.3 miles), Wakefield Kirkgate (2.4 miles), Sandal & Agbrigg (2.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of the Plough Inn, Wakefield

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visited the pub on a saturday night was very quiet but had a good selection of beers the theakston old peculiar was excellent also had something to eat while we were there very good quality and definetly well worth a visit
tench1230 - 5 Apr 2009 12:41
A medium sized, traditional village pub, just off the A655 Wakefield- Castleford road. Essentially, itís one large U-shaped drinking area, with the addition of a small room, opposite the bar. Quite a dark interior, but the extensive wooden panelling, low ceilings, exposed beams and discreet lighting all combine to give the place a nice cosy feel.

Although technically a free house, it basically features Theakstonís beer: Best Bitter, XB and Old Peculier. Also, John Smithís for those that donít like anything too tasty. The OP was very good, fresh tasting, well pulled and a perfect temperature.

A young, friendly, welcoming barmaid. When she couldnít answer a query, about how the layout of the pub had changed, she called over the landlord, who was enjoying a laughter filled game of darts with his regulars. He was soon talking passionately about his beer and the large extension that was under way, which will provide a new dining area. If the quality of the food is anything like his enthusiasm, it should be a good place to eat.

Had a good, lively atmosphere, particularly for a Sunday evening.

The only downside I could see was the lack of a decent outdoor drinking area.

In short, a classic, friendly, community local. Will definitely return.

aleandhearty - 9 Jul 2008 17:29

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