The Plough Inn at Ford

A Historic Restaurant with rooms in Ford, Gloucestershire (Cotswolds)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Temple
Ford
Gloucestershire
England
GL54 5RU

The Plough Inn at Ford, Ford

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The Plough Inn is a warm & welcoming pub renowned for it's quality food and ales. The three rooms are in a separate building to the pub so privacy is assured. The rooms all have nice views some of them overlooking the gallops at Jackdaw Castle.

Sitting in the hamlet of Ford this popular 16th century Inn is renowned for its excellent menu serving fresh local produce and fine Donnington Ales. The area holds everything for appreciators of the countryside as well as a rich and diverse cultural and sporting heritage. Jackdaws Castle racehorse trainers in directly opposite and The Plough Inn is popular with many famous jockeys and trainers.

There are some fine walks with a stunning view of the gallops. Cycling fishing and golf are also located in the near vicinity. The Plough Inn was indeed voted Racing pub of the year in 2008.

The Plough Inn has three double bed & breakfast rooms with stunning views over the glorious Cotswold countryside. Each room has En-Suite with shower a flat screen TV with Free-view a mini fridge and drink making facilities. There is a large sunny garden with a children's' play area.

Dogs are welcome on lead in the garden. The Plough celebrates the major Cheltenham racing events. Cheltenham Gold Cup week is a huge event where the Plough has a large marquee serving breakfasts and all day meals whilst you can watch the racing on large flat screen TVs.

4 star rating

From: £60.00


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Room Facilities
Non-smoking
Colour television
Refrigerator
Freeview
Tea and coffee making facilities

Amenities
Ironing facilities
Restaurant
BBQ/Picnic area
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Free parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
We source the best quality local fresh meat. Two of our suppliers are Watts Butchers & Martins Meats. A comprehensive blackboard menu featuring our daily specials using as much fresh seasonal local produce when available including the fabled asparagus supper. In addition to the daily specials board and set menu Julian our Head Chef is happy to cater for special dietary needs such as gluten-free dairy-free as well as vegetarian requirements.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Children's play area
Highchairs
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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