- Very Good
- 6 guest reviews
"room was in a block away from pub so you could not here the bar noise the room was clean the bed comfortable and the shower worked tea and c..."
"The Plough is a typical pub plus accommodation, but of the highest quality. Karl and Diane work hard to keep everyone happy, with nothing be..."
"Pleased with the room itself and the facilities at a fair price. Comfortable bed with good shower. Would stay again...."
"A little gem for the money you pay. Honest people with the desire to succeed. Nothing to much trouble even when a bus load of people turned..."
"Stayed here for Kasabian concert in Leicester, room was comfy, had all the basics and was clean. Breakfast was really nice, short distance i..."
About the hotel
Karl & Diane welcome you to the Plough Inn, Wigston Leicestershire. Here at The Plough we offer exceptional quality affordable bed and breakfast accommodation in the Leicestershire / East Midlands region. All of our rooms are ensuite and consist of five twin rooms, one double room and one family room with a maximum occupancy of three people.
All rooms also have tea/coffee making facilities, iron and ironing boards, colour television with freeview, hairdryers & trouser presses. The rooms are non smoking and pets are not allowed. The annexe for the rooms was built in 2004 and all rooms have been designed with the comfort of our guests in mind. The Plough offers an extensive menu during the week with breakfast being served from 6:30am till 9:30am, lunchtime from 12:00 midday till 2:00pm and the evening menus from 6:00pm till 9:00pm. On Sunday we offer a traditional "home cooked" Sunday lunch from 12 midday till 4:00pm where bookings are highly recommended to avoid disapointment. Our menus have been designed with freshly cooked to order in mind. All of our produce is locally sourced where possible Disabled access is available and coach parties are very welcome by prior arrangement. Located just of the A599 [old A50] next to All Saints Church on the B582. The Plough Inn, Wigston, Leicester, East Midlands offers a comfortable stay in a traditional English pub. Leicester city centre is just ten minutes drive away with the leicester tourist information providing information on local attractioins such as the Wigston knitting museum, Leicester Race Course, The Leicester Tigers Rugby Gound, Foxton Locks and the Grand Union Canal, along with the National Space Centre - all within easy reach.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
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- From 12:30 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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83% would recommend it to a friend
plough inn wigston
room was in a block away from pub so you could not here the bar noise the room was clean the bed comfortable and the shower worked tea and coffee and extra milks were there if you needed them.
breakfast was very good (English) did not see cereals but they may have them.
The Plough is a typical pub plus accommodation, but of the highest quality.
Karl and Diane work hard to keep everyone happy, with nothing being too much trouble. The food is traditional pub grub, and again, perfection. The only downside, and this is entirely out of their control, is a clock-tower somewhere nearby that chimes on every 1/4 hour all through the night. I stayed 2 nights, the first I was woken only once by the clock, but on the second night several times. In many villages with chiming clocks, they are restricted after midnight till 6:00am, so maybe the local council can be lobbied, as this really would stop me coming back to the Plough, which is a real shame, as a great atmosphere would be missed.