A SPACIOUS BATHROOM

The Swan SwinbrookAccommodation, Burford, The Cotswolds

Piggery End - A Spacious Bedroom in converted Cotswolds Stables

Piggery End is a charming attic bedroom located in our converted Cotswolds Stable block at The Swan Inn, Swinbrook. This first floor bedroom has a spacious bathroom with a roll top bath and hand held shower. The bedroom also has … Read More

CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS IN THE COTSWOLDS

The Swan SwinbrookEvents, Food, The Cotswolds

  OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY MENU 2017 2 courses £22.00 – 3 courses £27.00 STARTERS Confit pheasant and venison terrine with apple and cranberry chutney, toasted sourdough Potted salmon with spinach watercress mousse pickled cucumber, melba toast Roasted beetroot, pecorino, chicory, … Read More

ODE TO THE RIVER WINDRUSH

The Swan SwinbrookBurford, The Cotswolds

The Swan Inn is found located in the idyllic setting of Swinbrook nestling on the banks of the River Windrush in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Indeed, it makes a delightful walk whatever the season from The Swan Inn following the River … Read More

CHRISTMAS IN THE COTSWOLDS

The Swan SwinbrookEvents, News, The Cotswolds

Here in The Cotswolds we are fortunate to be nearby some of the best festive destinations, events and shopping experiences you can possibly imagine. Therefore we only thought it appropriate to update our popular listing of seasonal events to present … Read More

GORGEOUS VIEWS

The Swan SwinbrookAccommodation, Burford, Oxfordshire Inns, The Cotswolds

The Swan Inn At Swinbrook - Riverview Bedroom - Stunning Views

Riverview Bedroom is situated on the first floor of Riverside Cottage. It offers accommodation with gorgeous views looking across to the River Windrush as it gently meanders through the Cotswolds. This room can be a twin or super-king. It has … Read More

THE COTSWOLD TOWN OF BURFORD

The Swan SwinbrookAccommodation, Burford, The Cotswolds

The Cotswold Town Of Burford

Burford / habitational name from places in Oxfordshire and Shropshire, derives from the Old English words burh ‘stronghold’, ‘fortified manor’ or ‘hill town’ and ‘ford’ the crossing of a river. Burford, often referred to as ‘the gateway to the Cotswolds’ … Read More