Plough Inn

Gloucestershire & Bristol - Ford

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II


Ford
GL54 5RU

OS ref: SP0883929419

Tel: (01386) 584215

Email: info@theploughinnford.co.uk

Website http://www.theploughinnatford.co.uk/

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

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Stone-built Cotswold inn constructed in the late 17th or early 18th century with an extension dated 1905 on the front gable. The front door leads into a small stone-flagged corridor; behind the door is an old ‘bars up’, a piece of wood which pulls from the wall to secure the door. Straight ahead is the main bar with a small drinking area in front; the counter and tiling are post-war but the bar-back shelving is older. To the right, a superb stone-walled, flagstoned room has a beamed ceiling and an old fireplace with modern log burner. The bar counter is a later insertion but doesn't intrude too badly. Old window bench seating is painted cream and the windows have old wooden shutters. The areas to the left of the entrance corridor have suffered much opening out and there are extensions into rooms not formerly in pub use.

Stone built Cotswold inn built in the late 17th-early 18th century with an extension dated 1905 on the front gable. The front door leads into a small stone-flagged corridor; behind the door is an old "bars up", a piece of wood which pulls from the wall to secure the door. Straight ahead is the main bar with a small drinking area in front; the counter and tiling are post-war but the footprint is much older. To the right is a superb stone-walled, flagstoned room with a beamed ceiling and somewhat modernised fireplace. The bar counter is a later insertion but doesn't intrude too badly. The windows have old wooden shutters. The areas to the left of the entrance corridor have suffered much opening out and there are extensions into rooms not formerly in pub use.

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