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Despite its name the Plough is basically a B and B with no evening food or drinks served. But its a very fine B and B. I had an excellent and large room with full bathroom attached, really comfortable 4 poster bed and the best...More
Stayed here on business for one night. This used to be a pub but is now effectively,a bed and breakfast with a simple bar. The down side is that there is no evening meal, there is a decent place 10 mins walk away. The good...More
I was disappointed to learn that the property isn't actually an Inn, I had hoped for a cosy Country pub and some pub fayre.
On arrival I thought the place was shut and once the taxi driver showed me the way in I was booked...More
16th century thatched building with outhouses. We stsyed on Room 2 - idiosyncratic and atmospheric room with wonky ceiling, wonkier roofbeams, sloping floor, huge bath room. Right above reception and eating area so can be noisy. Good breakfast.
An ok stopover, literally booked in, had some dinner in a pub over the river, slept, had breakfast and left. Owners seem lovely and attentive, place a bit down at heel in parts but ok. ..wouldn't do a romantic break here, but was only for...More
US$98 - US$136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from 324NorfolkEngland | Reviewed this property |
The Plough Inn no longer operates as a pub but as purely B&B only. The closes pub - The Barely Mow is within walking distance approx 1/2 mile away. We ate there for three nights & saw no evidence of pets being allowed but... More
The Plough Inn no longer operates as a pub but as purely B&B only. The closes pub - The Barely Mow is within walking distance approx 1/2 mile away. We ate there for three nights & saw no evidence of pets being allowed but you would need to check directly.
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"Avoid room 5 if you are a light sleeper as very close to the main road."