The Plough Inn

Inn in Hundon, Suffolk

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Brockley Green
CO10 8DT

The Plough Inn, Hundon

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This beautiful country pub occupies a privileged location close to the main cities of Cambridge, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury. The Plough Inn is set in the picturesque Suffolk countryside, with spectacular views of the Stour Valley. The Inn is locally renowned for its food, serving the very best of traditional and contemporary pub food plus a la carte dishes using only fresh ingredients sourced locally wherever possible.

In the bar, enjoy a warm welcome and friendly hospitality, along with a stunning selection of wines, whiskies and well kept local real ales. The A143, A1307 and A11 offer excellent transport links to the surrounding areas. In addition to this, the M11 is only 18 miles away.

 4 star rating

From: £65.00

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