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The Weary Ploughman
Brixham
Devon

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Weary Ploughman, a Restaurant, Bar and Hotel located on the A3022, the main road that runs from Paignton to Brixham.The Weary Ploughman was originally built as a railway hotel in the 1890s and sits alongside the Paignton to Kingswear steam railway line.Inside, the Weary Ploughman has been extensively upgraded and provides a relaxed ambience in which to meet up with friends, family or business associates to relax and drink from our range of real ales and fine wines chosen with care from the best brewers and wine merchants.The Weary Ploughman has a choice of newly refurbished individually-styled double and family bedrooms each with an ambience of comfort, all with en-suite bathroom & shower. All rooms have colour television and drink making facilities and complimentary use of towels and special toiletries for your convenience.South Devon is an area where local produce is in abundance, where our Head Chef Chris Snowdon and his team take real pleasure in turning great local produce into tasty, wholesome dishes for you to enjoy.Most of our fish and shellfish is landed locally, our lamb comes from Blackawton, near Dartmouth, our hams and gammon from Ashburton, on the edge of Dartmoor, and all of our beef, pork, sausages and chicken is supplied by local butchers. Our free-range eggs come from Marldon, just off the Torbay ring road.Even the beer we use to make our renowned Steak and Ale pie is brewed just ten minutes away at the ever growing Bays Brewery!

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