Used to come to Swettenham back in the 80's when it sold Wincles beer. The pub was then taken over by a big brewery and went rapidly downhill. Around the mid 90's the pub become a freehouse again and sells Wincles among several others.
The beers are top notch, the food is so so for vegetarians with little choice of mains but plenty of sides. Meat eaters are well catered for.
The outside is beautiful with a lavender field to one side, an arboretum walk behind and a church and graveyard to the front. All very picturesque.
The service is impeccable, the bar staff are prompt and polite and the food is served reasonably quickly.
Criticisms? Probably only a lack of choice for veggies and the prices are a little steep for pub food although I think it's worth it for the sheer ambience of the place.
Ramps for disabled, a large car park and a function room for parties, weddings etc.
Well well worth a visit you won't be disappointed.
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