Zouch is a hamlet in south west Nottinghamshire, England. It is located between Hathern and Normanton on Soar and is situated by the River Soar, which marks the county boundary with Leicestershire.
Most of the hamlet lies in the civil parish of Sutton Bonington, apart from Zouch Farm which falls within Normanton on Soar parish, and the part in Leicestershire which is in Hathern parish. The nearest town is Loughborough. The A6006 road passes through the hamlet and crosses the Soar on Zouch Bridge (alternatively "County Bridge" as it spans the county border). The elevation of Zouch is .
There is a pub in the hamlet, the Rose and Crown, with one side of the pub on Main Street and the other on the bank of the Zouch Cut canal. On the far western end of the hamlet, on the Leicestershire side of Zouch Bridge, is the County Bridge Mobile Home Park, where tent pitching is available.
Zouch is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Henry Zouch, antiquary and social reformer in the 18th century
- Thomas Zouch, brother of the above, clergyman and antiquary in the 18th century
- Richard Zouch, 17th century judge, international law jurist and politician, son of Francis Zouch of Wiltshire, cousin of Edward la Zouche, 11th Baron Zouche