The Plume of Feathers is a historic village pub and restaurant in the centre of Crondall, close to Farnham, Odiham and Fleet, with a reputation for excellent food, comfortable surroundings and a warm welcome. The Plume of Feathers is thought to be one of the oldest pubs in Hampshire and Oliver Cromwell is reputed to have stayed here in October 1645 on his way to Basing House.
Today The Plume of Feathers offers not only a friendly and cosy 'village pub' atmosphere and some of the finest dining in the Surrey and Hampshire border area, but also comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation - ideal for those seeking somewhere to stay in Farnham, Fleet or the surrounding areas of Surrey and Hampshire. Even though we are a 500 year old property, we have free Wi Fi throughout the bar, restaurant and rooms!
Why not take a look at our restaurant menu or check out the menus for upcoming special events at the Plume. Alternatively, follow this link if you're looking for accommodation in the Fleet and Farnham area.
We are only able to provide a food take away service at the moment from our rear door in the courtyard.
Wednesday to Saturday evenings 6.00 to 8.00 and Sunday lunchtime 12.00 to 3.00
Please call us on 01252 850245 with your order.
Many thanks for your continued support
Our up to date menu is below.
Plume Burger with Cheese (Bacon £0.50) and Chips (G F Available)
Smoked Haddock and Spring Onion Fishcakes with Salad and Chips
Salmon with a Lemon and Herb Crust, Salad and Chips
Chicken, Ham and Leek Pie with Chips
Cajun Chicken Burger with Chips and a Sweet Chilli Mayo
Breaded Scampi with Chips and Salad
Vegetable Burger topped with Halloumi and Chips
Chilli Con Carne with Basmati Rice
Beer Battered Haddock and Chips
Confit of Duck with a Red Wine and Black Cherry Sauce
Steak and Kidney Pudding
Both served with Roasted New Potatoes and Green Beans
Small Burger and Chips
Plaice Goujons with Chips
Sausages and Chips
Please call us from 2.00pm on 01252 850245
Tuesday to Saturday Evening
6.00 until 8.00
Our new, rear courtyard, covered decking area with four six seater tables, all with heaters
Inside the covered decking area.