The Old Plough in Cobham, Surrey is a 300 year old listed building. Formerly a courthouse, the site was in a very poor state of repair when purchased by the present owners.
Our architectural team were commissioned to realise the potential of the building and create an individual restaurant and pub, considerate to the original period.
The decision was taken to demolish an existing incongruous glass conservatory and design a new brick extension, using locally sourced and sympathetic materials.
A sunken terrace runs along two sides of the extension, framed by a pergola structure and planting. The result is a warm and charming environment, ideal for summer dining and cosy evenings in the winter.