THE STORY OF The Plough on the Moor

Dating back several centuries, the Plough on the Moor was rebuilt in 1886 and is now a proud example of the area’s beautifully crafted Victorian architecture. With period features, wood panelling and exposed brickwork, The Plough on the Moor’s interior blends the traditional with the contemporary, whilst its courtyard beer garden offers the perfect spot for relaxation and refreshment on those milder days.

Exuding the relaxed village vibe of its neighbourhood and boasting a delightful courtyard beer garden, The Plough on the Moor is a gem amongst Stockport’s many watering holes and retains the authenticity of a true British local at heart.

Dog-friendly and attracting a diverse clientele, The Plough on the Moor is just a stone’s throw from Heaton Moor Park and Golf Club, and well connected via public transport to Stockport and central Manchester.