Welcome to The Swan, our bustling village pub with 6 en-suite bedrooms and an outstanding kitchen led by Tom Blake from River Cottage. We're open all day for a quick drink, a snack or a delicious meal. Come and sit in our bar beside a woodburner, watch the world go by at tables out front, dine in the restaurant or alfresco on the terrace - or just enjoy the peace of the garden.
We have completely refurbished The Swan, sympathetically modernising the building and restoring much of the original eighteenth & nineteenth century architecture. Opening as a Beer House in the early 1700s, the property was subsequently enlarged to become 'The Swan Hotel' from the mid 1800s with rooms, stables and coaching yard. After many years in the hands of indifferent pub companies, The Swan is now firmly back in business!
The pub is in the centre of Wedmore, a delightful Somerset village settled since the Iron Age and famous for King Alfred's Treaty of Wedmore in 878 AD. The village is busy and attractive, with a range of shops that belie its size and elegant Georgian and Victorian architecture, as well as many older buildings.
We look forward to welcoming you.
- Quiz Night, Sunday 6th July, 7pm in the bar
- Tour de France closing stages televised from 3pm, Sunday 27th July