Monday: Closed for food
Tuesday - Friday: 12:00-14:30 / 18:00-21:30
Saturday: 12:00-15:00 / 18:00-22:00
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Children's Menu available
About The Plough Inn
A cosy restaurant serving delicious fresh cooked food using seasonal ingredients sourced from local suppliers and artisan producers. We are situated at the gateway to the Cotswolds, only a stones throw from the country home of William Morris and the banks of the river Thames.
A fabulous meal - no more to be said!
We had a delicious roast lunch and although it was quite expensive it was well worth it. Six types of veg and melt in the mouth beef. Georgina did a great job of service and we will definitely be back as soon as we can. Thank you.
The starters were rather disappointing, but the main courses and desserts were very good. This affected the 'value for money' assessment. Atmosphere and service were excellent, and the informality and friendliness of everyone was a bonus. We will certainly come again.
A return visit Nice food. Noisy table of kids for part of the visit. Maybe I’m old and grumpy.
Fabulous lunch in a lovely cosy, friendly pub. Staff very helpful and attentive. Log fire gorgeous and our lunch out for our anniversary was perfect. Thank you.
Fantastic food and atmosphere, our favourite country pub and we love that it's dog friendly
It's well done out but I only use it because it's a half way pub between my friend and myself. There's no car park and nothing is served before noon. And it's well off the beaten track which does give it some charm.
Flat Iron steaks were delicious, but the portion sizes were a bit overwhelming. The doggy bag came in useful! Thank you.
Our fiends were charmed by the atmosphere, surroundings etc.
Great food, friendly staff. Would definately recommend to friends and family.
Always have a lovely relaxed evening with you been to you restaurant many times never fails to impress
a very good evening...
Service let down the great food.
The Sunday roasts were excellent thank you. We really enjoyed stopping in Kelmscott. The pub is delightful and the staff really welcoming and professional. There was a lovely buzz with the dining room full of all ages, Sunday papers to browse, really good coffee. Very relaxing indeed.
lovely location for a quality pub meal. It was our second time and certainly not our last!
We thoroughly enjoyed our weekend with you and will come again soon
Still not sure why tea & coffee facilities are not provided in the rooms. There was certainly space and a nearby socket for a kettle. Coffee was brought to our room on request but the stairs are quite steep with heavy closing doors leading onto the guest bedrooms. Surely it would be easier for staff if guests could make their own hot drinks at whatever time they chose? Also, why are newspapers only available during breakfast on Sunday mornings and not on other days? Apart from the above comments, we had a good night's sleep in a very peaceful location and enjoyed our stay at The Plough Inn.
Lovely pub with some great food
Locale molto carino e ben arredato. Interni caldi e atmosfera gradevole. Cibo ottimo e porzioni abbondanti. Gli ingredienti sono assolutamente locali e genuini
Was disappointed no tea or coffe making facilities in the room have stayed in very similar accommodation and they have managed it! Our window room4 wouldn’t latch open when needed The waitress though very attentive in the evening spoilt it by just plonking the bill on the table no finesse at all As for the breakfast server she was very terse and unfriendly Would visit again though
Very dissapointed with the meal we had. Main course of calve’s liver with bubble and squeak was over-cooked and the pudding was clearly from an industrial source and sub-M&S in quality. Wine was reasonably good value. Overall the meal had the feeling of that of a chain restaurant where maximising profit has priority. Staff were pleasant and efficient. We stayed overnight and the room we stayed in was almost unbearably hot and we were not impressed with the absence of tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Breakfast was OK. Overall, we felt that the Plough had lost its way since the very favourable reviews published in the national press a couple of years ago.
Certainly a cosy evening. We were the only diners in the restaurant. Which is quite unusual. Alex, who served us, did a very good job indeed and everything was as good as it always is.
Great Sunday lunch AND gluten free Yorkshire Pud for coeliac husband, Julian, whose not had a YP in ten years.... We'll be back real soon. Especial thanks to the waiting staff - they were great!
Great meal, good service