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Only stayed here for one night but it was a lovely little pub The room was excellent, with all you could need including a mini bar and a hairdryer that you didn't have to hold the button to keep it on. Bed and furnishing were lovely the quaint luggage trunks for bedside tables where a nice touch. The food was excellent and the homemade beans at breakfast were very tasty. Overall and little gem of a place to stay.
I was recommended to go here as I was gagging for a good roast. I ordered the lamb shoulder at £16 and I was not disappointed. I sat outside and enjoyed the ambience. I was welcomed warmly and they even stowed my shopping away so I didn’t need to worry about it. I chose a table outside which is well shaded on one side and bright and sunny on the other. The price of beer and wine isn’t unreasonable and good quality. The food was really amazing. I am so pleased I came here as it was beautifully cooked. Jacobs plough join the empty plate club for me. Really worth a visit.
Quaint pub full of nostalgia and metal signs. Lovely old traditional building that creeks. Very Friendly staff. Comfortable room with old fashioned proper wood antique furniture. Pricing was good and I’m from Yorkshire!! Better than a mundane travel lodge. Perfect breakfast too. Definitely recommended.
Called in yesterday for a drink with some mates. Nice surroundings and friendly bar staff. The beer was okay but very expensive compared to other pubs in the area. Evidently they do good food but again pricey.
A brilliant afternoon and great effort from the staff at the Jacobs Plough considering we were 28 people! All food arrived promptly with no issues. A great place to spend time with work colleagues! Will definitely be returning with my family
The place is a good old fashioned pub. The food is good but the rooms or indeed the room we were in needs attention. Dirty carpet, cold, tiny toilet like you were sitting in a wardrobe. The bed was OK though. I wouldn't stay again but I would dine there that's it
I suggested this as a place to meet friends as it was fairly central. We were welcomed nicely enough and seated quickly. The service was then terribly slow, which I could have understood if it was busy, but it wasn’t. I ordered a pulled pork burger, which sounded nice. When it eventually arrived the chips were translucent and really fatty. It tasted like they had been cooked, allowed to go cold, and then refried. I left most of them. The burger meat was nice, but it was swimming in sauce and the worst part was the gherkins. These had been battered and deep fried. With the sauce and inside the bun they just became a soggy mess and most unpalatable. Perhaps these would be better served separately, but really they’d be better without the batter. If we hadn’t been in a hurry I would have sent it back and complained, but we didn’t have time. I can’t recommend this place and I won’t be returning.
Located within a mile (2 km) of Bicester Village, Jacob Plough is within 3 miles (5 km) of Bicester Golf and Country Club. This 3-room, 3.5-star inn welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge.
Guests can stay connected with free WiFi.
Guests of Jacob Plough have access to free WiFi in public areas. If you decide to drive, there's free parking.