The Plough Inn is a stunning destination pub tucked away in the little hamlet of Wingfield – on the edge of the Chiltern Hills – with gorgeous views across the countryside to neighbouring Toddington village.
Chris and Caroline Ross and their team offer a genuinely warm welcome – you might arrive as a customer but you’ll leave as a friend and are sure to want to return. Although they are still in their first year of trading they are already receiving rave reviews on TripAdvisor for their attentive service, fabulous food and reasonable prices. Chris is a Master Cellarman and it shows in the wonderful array of real ales and wines available at The Plough. His passion for cooking also shines through in the quality and variety of the food. On weekday lunchtimes light bites and traditional, heart-warming dishes such as liver and bacon are very popular, while at weekends there is great demand for Chris’s delicious fish dishes from the specials board, and for the menu’s international dishes, such as chicken satay. Portions are generous but try to save room for pudding, as desserts are mostly homemade and range from old favourites such as bread and butter pudding to more recent classics like gluten-free brownies.
The pub is evolving all the time but also remains firmly rooted in its rich past. If you’re lucky you may even glimpse the silhouette of one of The Plough’s friendly resident spirits.