The Swan Inn

Inn in Godalming, Surrey

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Petworth Road
Godalming
Surrey
England
GU8 4TY

The Swan Inn, Godalming

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The Swan Inn has just re-opened after extensive refurbishment and is now under new ownership.We have 11 beautiful bedrooms a bar restaurant and an enclosed terraced beer garden. There is also ample car parking for residents.

 4 star rating

From: £89.00


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