The Plough Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Abingdon Road
Clifton Hampden
OX14 3EG

The Plough Inn, Clifton Hampden

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Situated just 5 miles south of Oxford in Thames-side village of Clifton Hampden, The Plough is a grade 2 listed building dating back to the 17th century which has kept some original features such as its thatched roof and inglenook fireplace. All bedrooms are en-suite with 32 - 43 TV and Wi-Fi is free. The PloughInn is 4 miles East of Abingdon and 8 miles south of Oxford city.

The B&B now no longer has restaurant within the building but there is a small bar. A few minutes walk to The Barley Mow thatched pub chef and Brewer pub served food up to 22:00 hrs

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