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Plough Inn
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Welcome to The Plough Inn The Plough Inn is located in the village of Icklingham on the 1101 in the beautiful Suffolk countryside 10m from Bury St Edmunds, 12m from Newmarket, 8m from Thetford, 4m from Mildenhall. West stow Saxon village is only 1m away. We are in the East Anglian Daily Times magazine, 50 great places to eat out in the county. The Plough Inn is part of the lord Iveagh Estate. The estate rebuilt the pub in 2004, extending the restaurant to 50 covers. All our food is cooked on the premises by the landlord Rocke` and the head chef and general manager Becky, using as much local produce as possible. Front of house is Sue the landlady and restaurant and rooms manager Carlton, helped by a great team of staff, who have been with us from the re-opening in 2004.Your room has all the facilities to make your stay at The Plough as comfortable as possible with re-mote control showers, lcd -dvd television, free broadband access, trouser press, telephone, room safe, mini bar, tea/coffee. We also have a village shop at The Plough for those things you may have forgotten (toothbrush shower gel razor etc) We also sell papers. Whether your purpose is a holiday, a special celebration or business, you can be assured of a warm welcome at The Plough

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