The Plough Inn at Cold Aston is another of those Cotswold pubs which has pulled itself up by the boot straps over the last few years and is definitely worth a visit. 

It is a Grade Two listed 17th Century Inn complete with Cotswold flagstones and original beams and is run by Tom and Josie Hughes who turned the Wheatsheaf at Northleach into one of the best places in the area for good food and hospitality. 

The Plough was reviewed recently for a Sunday newspaper and got a good write-up, despite the fact that the reviewer managed to write three times more about his own family than the actual pub. But no-one seemed to mind. 

The menu is interesting but did run out one of their puddings. But it was busy and on a Saturday night, so you can forgive them. They boast an ever changing selection of gins, ales, craft beers, wines and natural wines and they have three ensuite double rooms varying in size and price.