Situated right in the very heart of The Cotswolds, on the escarpment, The Plough Inn provides customers from near and far with a great selection of traditional seasonal food, pub classics and a wide range of real ales and beverages to be enjoyed in a beautiful Cotswold pub environment.
The Plough is hugely popular locally, as a genuine proper pub, serving locally sourced produce and local ales. It is friendly, relaxed and fun!
The Plough has a strong connection to the local horse racing community, being situated just across the road from Jackdaw's Castle, the home of Jonjo O'Neill racing stables. In the season, you will often find shooters with their feet up by our log fire after a long day out and about. In the summer, walkers with children and dogs, cyclists and many visitors to this beautiful part of The Cotswolds enjoy the unswerving hospitality of Becky and her happy team.
Throughout the year, Becky’s menus reflect the seasons and right now she has some of the very best asparagus from the Vale of Evesham. Game is always available in one form or another, with the pigeon breasts a superb treat. The chef caters for all tastes with excellent options for the pescatorians, and vegetarian and Gluten Free dishes.
The pub and garden is both child and pet friendly, and has a play area for children in the garden for the children to enjoy, whilst you relax with a freshly poured Donnington Ale!
There are a many attractions within easy reach of The Plough for visitors to the area.
The historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, offers a window into the Cotswold wool industry, as well as many antique shopping opportunities.
Bourton-on-the-Water, situated on the river Windrush, often called the "Little Venice" of the Cotswolds is renown for its elegant low bridges and tidy stone banks. It is one of the most popular destinations in the region, offering attractions such as Birdland and the Model Village and Railway.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, is a fabulous heritage railway just down the hill from The Plough at Toddington station. It offers a round trip of 28 miles through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds.
The village of Broadway is located 8 miles from The Plough, and has been referred to as "the Jewel of the Cotswolds" for it's beauty and presentation. Broadway has cultural connections with the colony of artists that took residence there, such as Oscar Wilde and Elgar, and an off shoot of the Ashmolean Museum.
Broadway Tower is one of the Cotswolds' most iconic landmarks. It was built in 1798 and set within a 50-acre estate of parkland, allowing visitors to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location with exceptional views to the Malverns and Black Mountains in Wales.
The Plough is now taking internal bookings, as well as those for the garden, but booking is not essential.
Monday - Friday 12-2.30 pm then 5 pm - 8 pm
Saturday 12-8 pm
Sunday 12- 8 pm
Monday - Friday 12pm until 3pm then 5pm onwards
Saturday Sunday 12pm onward
To Book Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org 01386 584215