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National Trust Festive Lunch at Brixham's Weary Ploughman - Devon

PUBLISHED: 19:22 14 December 2011 | UPDATED: 20:26 20 February 2013

National Trust Festive Lunch at Brixham's Weary Ploughman - Devon

National Trust Festive Lunch at Brixham's Weary Ploughman - Devon

The National Trust held their annual festive lunch at Brixham's Weary Ploughman Inn.

The National Trust held their annual festive lunch at Brixhams Weary Ploughman Inn, Devon.

The Weary Ploughman is an historic inn located in Churston at the heart of the stunning English Riviera and close to the pretty fishing town of Brixham. Theres easy access to the famous South West Coast Path, beautiful beaches and coves, Churstons golf course plus the River Dart and Dartmouth and Dartmoor.

Photos by Anita Newcombe.

Book Now for your festive party plus the fabulous Casino Royale New Year's Eve Party at the Weary Ploughman. Overnight offers available in the beautiful, contemporary styled bedrooms.

The generously sized bedrooms are beautifully designed in contemporary style and have king sized or super-king sized double beds. The totally refurbished en-suite bathrooms have heated towel rails, toiletries and a hairdryer. There are flat screen televisions in every room, radio alarms with iPod docks and tea & coffee making facilities. The hotel has ample car parking and is easy to find on the A3022 Paignton to Brixham road just 2 miles from Greenway, Agatha Christies riverside residence.

Youll enjoy the friendly atmosphere in the bar where you can relax with a pre-dinner drink, a cocktail or a glass of the renowned, locally brewed Bays Beer.

Head Chef, Chris Snowdon creates freshly prepared dishes using locally sourced ingredients as much as possible. Much of the fish and shellfish is landed at Brixham and delicious mussels come straight from the clear waters of Torbay or the River Teign. Most of the inns lamb and pork, ham, bacon & sausages, come from Devon farms. Beef and chicken are from West Country suppliers and free-range eggs come from the nearby village of Marldon.

Mike and Helen Snowdon and their family offer you a really warm welcome, a chance to totally relax and a wealth of information about enjoying the English Riviera and the surrounding area.

Full details

The Weary Ploughman Inn

Dartmouth Road

Churston Ferrers

Nr Brixham

Devon TQ5 0LL

Tel: 01803 844 702




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