The Plough

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Congleton

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The Plough

Eating OutAccommodation

The Plough Inn is a beautiful half timbered, half Cheshire brick Inn dating back 400 years.Located in the beautiful rural hamlet of Eaton in the heart of Cheshire and overlooking the Peak District National Park, The Plough Inn offers you the perfect place to eat, drink and stay.Whether you visit us to eat, have a drink, stay with us or hold your wedding reception here, you will receive a warm welcome and excellent hospitality.The Plough is licensed to hold Civil Wedding Ceremonies and we can we cater for weddings large and small in our beautiful barn.

We have 17 en suite double, twin and family rooms styled by London designer Michael Priest of Belgravia. They are set away from the main building making them quiet and ideal for a perfect night's sleep. All our bedrooms offer free WIFI, tea and coffee making facilities and our tariff includes breakfast.

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Contact Us

Macclesfield Road ,
Congleton, Cheshire , CW12 2NH

01260 280 207

www.theploughinncheshire.com

enquiries@theploughinncheshire.com

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Location

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Nearby Attractions

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Capesthorne Hall & Gardens

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Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre

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Middleport Pottery

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