The Plough Inn is a welcoming 17th Century country village pub with eight beautiful cosy rooms.
Food, drink, rooms and much more…
The Plough Inn is dedicated to showcasing the best locally sourced, seasonal produce on a menu of modern British comfort cooking.
With two dining rooms, the restaurant seats 40 guests over 12 tables and the Hideaway, seats 20 guests over 5 tables. The Hideaway is also available for private reservation by parties of 12 or more. Dining guests are also welcomed in the bar, which seats 17 over 4 tables.
Outside, the delightful, cottage-style garden is perfect for summer dining and drinks – the log fires in the restaurant and bar roar in the winter months.
The seven, warm and inviting double bedrooms and one single room come with great kingsize beds, luxurious walk-in showers or a bath and a charming Cotswold feel, similar in style to Lana and Sebastian Snow’s other pubs, The Five Alls at Filkins and The Bull Hotel in Fairford.
The Village of Kelmscott
The peaceful village of Kelmscott is perfectly situated to take advantage of the many things on offer locally. This is wonderful walking and cycling country, mostly on the flat, with stunning views in every direction.
Oxford, Cheltenham and Cirencester are approximately a 25-minute drive away, while the picturesque Cotswolds towns and villages of Burford, Lechlade, Fairford, Cirencester, Bibury and Filkins are all close by.
An idyllic stretch of the Thames Path is just a stone’s throw from our front door, while Kelmscott Manor, former home of English textile designer, poet, social activist and novelist, William Morris is just around the corner, and is open to the public every Wednesday and Saturday from 1st April to 31st October, from 11am to 5pm.