I had been encouraged by website reports of warm hospitality,but although I was greeted warmly, once my debit card had been used for payment I felt there was poor guest reception. Although known to be a resident overnight I was kept waiting beyond 8.00pm for a table and then put by the fire where it wasn't easy to read my paper or book as I waited. I should have preferred a table with a view, out of consideration that I had decided to eat at The Plough rather than elsewhere. I rather lost interest after what seemed a pricy first course. I am certain that my wife would not have waited as patiently as I did to be provided with a table.
Bedroom comfortable, but access to bed etc was down two steps once inside the room. Bathroom ok but not luxurious. Outside the inn looks lovely, nicely situated in a pretty hamlet. I had to leave before main breakfast time but instead, I was brought a tray of juice and choice of cereals before turning in, so that was appreciated.