Restaurant & bar
Whether eating in the bar by the fire, in the Mitford
Room surrounded by pictures of the family, in the vaulted
conservatory or outside on the terrace, you're spoilt for choice
for atmospheric eating spots across the Swan.
The British and European influenced menu perfectly balances
refined and rustic cooking with a sophisticated touch. Why not
start with the duck rillette with spiced apple chutney and toasted
sourdough, followed by gruyere and hake with globe artichoke,
fennel, chorizo, samphire and an olive, red pepper, cherry tomato
and herb salsa. The Swan has not forgotten its roots as a pub
either, so expect pub favourites such as fish and chips or a proper
dry-aged beef burger (with harissa mayonnaise) as well. To finish,
try the cherry clafoutis with almond ice cream.
There's a regional flavour at the Swan with craft beers from the
likes of Hooky Gold from Hook Norton Brewery, and Hawkstone Lager
brewed by the Cotswold Brewing Company. There's a good range of
whiskies, gins, cocktails and Cognacs too, with the homemade
bullace gin well worth a try. The wine list offers an extensive
selection by the glass - or for those in need of a hair of the dog,
don't miss their excellent Bloody Mary - renowned by locals!