The Plough is now a private house called the Old Plough.
In September 1991 it was offered for sale through an auction with a guide price of £200,000 to £250,000 but eventually went under the hammer for £270,000. A spokesman for Hurley Lloyd Thorpe, the Stow on the Wold auctioneers, said “This is a most excellent result, and the auction was being watched by the whole Cotswold property market as a potential marker for future activity.” The Grade II listed ‘The Old Plough’ was described as a former 16th century Gloucestershire pub, although there was no trace of its former use as an inn. The auctioneer said: “The Old Plough really has been something of a time warp. When we first viewed the property it appeared as though time had stood still for several centuries. The property internally was very much in keeping with the period in which it was built.” The particulars of sale described a wealth of exposed beams including a part-timbered reception hall, a dining room, drawing room kitchen, large utility area almost 20 feet by 30 feet, five bedrooms and two bathrooms. There was also a separate wing linked to the house which included a 35-foot-long billiard room with stone fireplace and bressummer over. Of note was a beautiful vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbering. To the south-east of the elevation was an impressive sundial.
It must have closed down before the 1891 petty sessional divisional records were published. It was originally a coaching house. It is said that at certain times of the year a phantom coach and four horses can be seen driving down from the direction of Stow on the Wold and into the old coaching yard of the Plough.