Sunday, May 25, 2008

The Plough, Long Wittenham

The Plough at Long Wittenham lies at the bottom of the navigable stream to the west of Clifton Hampden lock. The Plough has a mooring of its own, and the gardens stretch up to this characterful bar with a welcoming atomosphere, that has thus far avoided modernisation. It being Sunday we were all rather keen on a Sunday roast, and we were not disappointed. It was delicious, filling and the gravy did not come out of a packet. Wonderful! Pudding was even more pleasing, and four happy punters strolled up the village to St Marys afterwards.
The mooring is delightful, peaceful and quite rural, a perfect setting for Croquet - although we didn't have the energy for it after a long day out, and the promise of cheese awaiting.


Blogger Halfie said...

Yes, I can recommend the treacle sponge and custard. Lots and lots of yummy syrup!

4:51 PM  

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