This 17th century village Inn saw a substantial make over by its current landlord in 2015. The newly decorated pub and restaurant also boasts a real log fire and a conservatory which overlooks a duck pond and outside terrace area. Perfect for sitting and watching the ducks and geese pottering around on the village green.
The Swan Inn offers 5 individually styled and affordable en-suite guest rooms, which includes breakfast in the price. As well as being hugely popular with the locals, word is starting to spread further afield resulting in the popular gastro-pub to be voted ‘the best pub in Worcestershire’ by The National Pub and Bar Awards 2017.
According to Wikipedia Hanley Swan was an inspiration for the setting in the novel ‘Black Swan Green by David Mitchell’. The charming and picturesque village is situated just 2 miles from the idyllic Malvern hills and tourist hot spot, Upton-Upon-Severn in the glorious Worcestershire countryside.
Click here to read my interview with proprietor Barney Reynolds.
We are dog friendly!
Food serving times:
Monday to Friday: 12 noon-2:30 pm / 6 pm-9 pm
Saturday: 8 am-10:30 am/ 12 noon-5 pm / 5 pm-9 pm
Sunday: 8 am-10:30 am / 12 noon-4 pm