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The Plough Inn, Hundon - pub details

Address: Brockley Green, Hundon, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 8DT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8482) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.9/10 (rated by 8 users)
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A must to visit when their small but superb beer festival is on. Very friendly and enthusiastic landlady, knows her beers! Terrific views from the garden here as well. Eaten in the bar and it was very nice. Not amazing but very nice. restaurant always looks a little to posh for an oily tike like me!
soul223 - 5 Nov 2012 19:00
The beer choice was not wildly exciting but the Adnams was kept in good condition. Staff polite and friendly. The view from the back garden is rather lovely. I think this might be a slow burner: I quite liked it initially and liked enough to suspect I'll be back to see if it grows on me.
jollid - 10 Jun 2011 11:55
A quality pub for sitting out in the summer cos of the smart beer garden. Worth a visit when their beer festivals are on. Always keep good ales in good condition.
Good menu now, food always top notch, changed hands about a year ago and place seems to be run properly now. Dog friendly in the bar- when we went, the landlady gave us Bonios for our hounds free!
Nice staff, almost all fairly young including the landlord/lady but really friendly service without being OTT. Not as stuck up as it used to be, more like a proper pub.
bunnie223 - 10 Jun 2009 22:04
My food was dry and tasteless but you got loads of it. So Top marks!
anonymous - 28 Sep 2007 09:26
neil williams is spot on to be honest,

the views.. incredible to say the least.. if your lucky enough to watch a sunset from the garden it will make the experiance 30 times better as the views are astounding..

parking - gravel carpack - but lots of spaces, just be careful pulling out of the carpark as its a blind turn to the left, and right..

its location is very middle of no-where really - you have to know where your going to get there really - but it is sign posted in kedington, you just have to be confident that your going the right way when the signs stop and your out in the open country roads.

again as neil said - the food is very nice, the chef cares about the food he makes and he does it extremly well, and again the Hunky Lamb.. gorgous..

you have 2 types of food - the general pub lunch bar menu featuring all the classic pub meals, and lots of daily specials on the boards. and the resturant food, which really is high quality, and the portions are plentyful lots of great dish's loaded with herbs and spices which complement the food to give it an even better feel.

this pub has a very good name locally for its food and its well deserved..

the pub is quite small and is oftern populated with many locals, most of which drink & drive there and back, so i must warn you to be careful on the long twisty contry roads, stick to your side of the road at all times... there are many blind turns and high bushes either side of the roads so be very careful..

the hotel side is also very good, the rooms are small but they are packed with everything you will need and again as neil said - 4 posters for the romantic weekend trip away.

there is a piano in the corner of the resturant - though i have yet to experiance someone playing it, though it might just be for those special occassions like christmas, valentines, weddings etc etc

the beer, always a good standard of beer, pipes cleaned regularly and cleaned well, a small selection of ales and beers but there is always a guest ale on the menu, plenty of spirits and soft dirnks also - a bit more expensive than in haverhill, but then again its a bit more luxury so it evens out.

the staff can be a bit fikle.. sometimes you will get them on a good night where they are very friendly and happy others they will look misserable.. and u will feel a bit out in the cold..

generally a great place to eat..
Highly recommended for the food alone..

Mason25 - 20 Dec 2006 12:22

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