The Swan Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

High Street
Moreton-in-Marsh
Cotswolds
Gloucestershire
England
GL56 0LL

The Swan Inn, Moreton-in-Marsh

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The Swan Inn has recently taken over and is family run. We are located at the heart of the town at the junction of Stow on Wold A429 and the Bourton Road A44. Relax in our lounge bar restaurant and enjoy a drink or coffee while browsing our blackboard menu of traditional home cooked food our specialty being locally sourced steaks.We have seven letting rooms five en-suite with shower all with TV and hair dryer.

Complimentary mineral water with tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Four poster rooms are available.

From: £60.00


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