Just had a two night stay at The Plough on a Groupon deal. Booking was straightforward and we asked for a quiet room. Room 305 was lovely....spacious, beautifully decorated and very quiet. We didn't hear either of the two large functions that were taking place at The Plough on the Saturday evening. My only niggle was that the bubble bath wasn't replaced after the first night....but, heh ho, if that is my only complaint!
Great welcome by Camille and the hard-working & chatty staff in the restaurant.
Now we get to the food......we'd initially decided to eat in the restaurant on one night only and try out another local eatery on the second night. However hard we looked (Through Tripadvisor and local tourism websites) we couldn't find anything that remotely lived up to the reputation and menu of The Plough. So, we made the decision to eat there again.
Our choices on the two nights included -
Starters: Salmon Three Ways, Welsh Goats Cheese, Crayfish & Prawn Ravioli, Leek & potato soup.
Mains: Braised Shoulder of Welsh Lamb,Roast Venison Wellington, Homemade beef & guiness casserole.
Desserts: Vanilla Panacotta with apples and cinnamon doughnuts, Rhubarb & elderfower trifle.
Costs were £40 & £50 for the two meals AND worth every penny!
Breakfasts on both mornings were hot, freshly cooked and tasty.
Would we go there again? You bet. Thank you to all who made our weekend stay one to remember.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking