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The Swan Hotel

Hotels, Pubs

The Swan Hotel

  16 Market Street
GL12 7AE

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 Pub, Hotel, Restaurant, Dog Friendly

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This 17th century Hotel is situated in the beautiful and historic town of Wotton-under-Edge. Next to a free car park and only 10 minutes from the M5, stay with us and enjoy the stunning views of the Southern Cotswolds.

Situated under the leafy edge of the Cotswold Way, The Swan Hotel is a converted 17th century coaching inn that seamlessly blends modern comforts with traditional touches to create a unique hotel experience. Situated in the heart of Wotton-under-Edge, The Swan offers fifteen beautiful recently refurbished en-suite guest rooms, a light and airy restaurant offering freshly cooked food, and cosy bar and snug that retain a local feel. We’re a dog friendly hotel, and while the Cotswolds makes the perfect playground for your four-legged friends. As a member of CAMRA and with the Cask Marque Approval, we are proud to offer an extensive range of real ales from local breweries. We have a newsagents within the hotel where our guests can purchase their daily papers as well as magazines from our excellent team of friendly staff.



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Really sorry, only 3* due to disappointing meal 6pm Sunday 19 November 2023

19 November, 2023 Table for 2, @ 6pm at The Swan, lovely old pub, formerly a Coaching Inn prior going to the Electric Picture House 7.30pm..When booking the table, I asked what time the kitchens closed (after all, if providing Sunday lunches, kitchens often close 2.30’ish) & was advised meals, including roast options were available until 8.30pm: as we’re both pensioners living alone & we cook roast dinners. The staff were lovely, very welcoming, sadly the meal was poor. We chose lamb which was plentiful & delicious; cauliflower cheese had completely dried out, crumbly bits cheese sauce; green veg far too crunchy;lovely parsnips; reheated roast potatoes,weren’t grt: Yorkshire pudd was ok & the gravy excellent. We didn’t complain, as grateful to have a meal cooked on a Sunday pm. My point here: it would have been better to have told us,sorry, no roast, there’s a choice of freshly cooked dishes from our menu - with benefit of hindsight, we should have done that.


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