The Swan Shortlist*

There’s a ‘lovely, informal atmosphere’ at this ‘friendly’ pub-with-rooms, down the street from the old, stone-built village church. More

Contact details

The Swan
Cheddar Road,
Wedmore
Somerset
BS28 4EQ.
England
Tel 01934 710337,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

7.

Open

All year.

Facilities

Bar (wood-burning stove), restaurant (closed Sun eve), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, function facilities, terrace, garden (wood-fired oven and barbecue), parking.

Background music

In bar.

Children

All ages welcomed.

Dogs

Allowed in bar and garden.

Prices

Per room B&B £85–£125. À la carte £28.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

There’s a ‘lovely, informal atmosphere’ at this ‘friendly’ pub-with-rooms, down the street from the old, stone-built village church. The agreeably updated 18th-century beer house has stripped wooden floors, comfy seats, local ales and newspapers; a sunny terrace is just the ticket on a warm day. ‘Smart’ modern bedrooms on the first and second floors are well stocked with ground coffee for the cafetière, old-fashioned sweets, ‘super toiletries’. Quirky touches lend personality: a pink-painted claw-foot bath; a vintage shipping trunk serving as a coffee table. At mealtimes, choose from the simple-yet-sophisticated gastropub menu, and ask to eat inside or out. ‘Breakfast is a real treat with lots of options’, including home-cured bacon and freshly baked bread. Part of the small Stay Original Company; see also Timbrell’s Yard, Bradford-on-Avon, and The White Hart, Somerton (Shortlist entries).

Map

The Swan
Cheddar Road,
Wedmore
Somerset
BS28 4EQ.

Guest comments

'Dinner was good. Breakfast a real treat. A friendly village centre with a lovely, informal atmosphere ' - Neville and Betty Kenyon - October, 2016
'Welcoming staff; service friendly and efficient - fresh milk offered for tea-making in the bedroom. Rooms exactly as shown on the website. What you see is what you get, and very good it is too. Comfortable beds, well-appointed shower room (super local organic toiletries), and lovely bath under the window in the main room. Supper in the restaurant was above standard. Ingredients were fresh and well cooked, and though it was busy (Saturday evening), service was efficient and friendly. Breakfast is taken in the bar. Again good food (super scrambled eggs), but no light option. ' - Margaret Morgan - April, 2013

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