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After arriving on a dark and windy night it was great to be given a friendly welcome at the Plough. The room was very spacious and the bed quite comfortable. The place did seem a bit rough around the edges though and the decor needed...More
A traditional thatched roofed pub with an interesting history .
The rooms are some of the finest I have stayed in and the attention of the owners John and Mary over breakfast is just a delight. Excellent vaule for money
The owner made the stay for us. He chilled our champagne for us quickly instead of using the little fridge in the room (A celebration break!) and he drove us out to dinner as we couldn't walk due to the local flooding. He even picked...More
Stayed two nights in one of the suites. Large room nicely decorated with four poster bed. Armchairs, large modern TV , tea making facilities with plenty of supplies. The en suite facilities are huge with separate bath and shower unit. The self contained room is...More
Cold wet windy night, and we find this charming, warm, friendly place to stay. Pretty room, quite large, bathroom ensuite bath and separate shower. Towels could have been softer, but this applies to so many places. Very good hosts, very comfy four poster bed. So...More
USD 96 - USD 130 (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."