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The Plough Inn, Kingham - pub details

Address: The Green, Kingham, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6YD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27340) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kingham (1 mile), Shipton (4 miles), Ascot-under-wychwood (4.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Wild Rabbit, Kingham (0.2 miles), Tollgate Inn, Kingham (0.2 miles), Chequers Inn, Churchill (1.3 miles), King's Head, Bledington (1.3 miles)

 

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Been meaning to come here for a long time. We were too muddy after our walk to go inside, but there is a nice patio area outside. Boots off, I went in and admired the fine decor before ordering a decent Hookey Lion.

Food smelt too good for a man and woman with only £15 left from their £20 rations!

Quick drink and back out for the rest of the walk.
Mappiman - 3 Nov 2013 16:07
This pub has reverted back to being a pub selling food with a restaurant area separate from the bar area. It is cosy and the addition of a settee and very comfortable, expansive arm chairs with adjacent tables tempt the visitor to linger longer. Although not needed, the fireplace suggested that a real fire is kindled in cooler temperatures as real logs sat in the grate on a bed of grey charred remains. Full meals as well as bar snacks are available although tasty, were on the pricy side. The manageress was very friendly and interacted with the customers and served personally at table or behind the bar. On my visit Lion and Old Butcombe were available which were well kept. Not having tasted these beers previously, I found them to be very pleasant to the pallet. Whilst I visited on a Monday and customers were few at the time of my two visits, I am told that custom varies but is especially busy at the weekends and when half price beer is offered on Sunday evenings. It is also benefiting from transference of custom from the Tollgate Inn currently closed whilst undergoing lengthy refurbishment. The pub has a pleasant and relaxing ambience.
gradav - 29 Jun 2013 00:33
This pub has reverted back to being a pub selling food with a restaurant area separate from the bar area. It is cosy and the addition of a settee and very comfortable, expansive arm chairs with adjacent tables tempt the visitor to linger longer. Although not needed, the fireplace suggested that a real fire is kindled in cooler temperatures as real logs sat in the grate on a bed of grey charred remains. Full meals as well as bar snacks are available although tasty, were on the pricy side. The manageress was very friendly and interacted with the customers and served personally at table or behind the bar. On my visit Lion and Old Butcombe were available which were well kept. Not having tasted these beers previously, I found them to be very pleasant to the pallet. Whilst I visited on a Monday and customers were few at the time of my two visits, I am told that custom varies but is especially busy at the weekends and when half price beer is offered on Sunday evenings. It is also benefiting from transference of custom from the Tollgate Inn currently closed whilst undergoing lengthy refurbishment. The pub has a pleasant and relaxing ambience.
gradav - 29 Jun 2013 00:33
What a great find in a small Cotswold village. Friendly, inviting pub catering more for meals than bar trade but this does not detract from the fact is a great place to drink and eat. They serve a great pint of Hooky ale and the food is to die for with amazing specials. The prices are slightly up on the normal pub/restaurant range but is great in quality, variety and value and by no means over the top. We were on holiday and trying various dining options but the Kingham Plough was so good we dined twice during our week in the area. Don't bypass this village or you will have missed some of the best food in the Cotswolds.
Downsrider - 15 Nov 2009 12:16
Definitely a foodies pub, not a session kind of a place. Not a problem though - food is not cheap, but you get what you pay for as the food is excellent. Nicely done up inside, staff friendly enough. Not a great fan of Hooky, but there's usually another beer or two on tap.
zeanard - 8 Sep 2009 19:13

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