A vintage car parked outside the Plume of Feathers in Crondall. The picturesque village, nestled in countryside between Farnham in Surrey and Fleet in Hampshire attracts both vintage car and motorbike ralleys thoughout the year
The Plume of Feathers on Triathlon day. The annual event, a super sprint triathlon attracts over 300 entrants and is a popular day for both participants and villagers alike. This year saw over £14,500 raised for The Prostate Project, Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice and local projects
The view of the Plume of Feathers bar frequented by locals and diners alike due to its unique friendly character and idyllic setting.
A view of the Plume of Feathers restaurant. With a welcoming Georgian style and delicious wide ranging menu, a memorable meal is guaranteed. The restaurant menu is extensive and is perfect for a lunchtime or evening meal near to Farnham and Fleet.
Another view of the restaurant which seats up to 35 people in a warm and traditional surrounding in keeping with the rich history of the pub
A dining table in the Plume of Feathers in Crondall near Farnham with restaurant seating for up to 35 guests. The restaurant is also available for private functions.
A view of the Plume of Feathers from c 1890.
Note the pub was called 'The Feathers Inn' and was owned by Courages
The character bar at the Plume of Feathers. The bar serves real ale and lager as well as a wide range of spirits and cocktails