The Swan at Southrop

If you're looking for a quintessentially English pub, look no further. The Swan at Southrop was built in the 17th Century. It sits in a lovely spot overlooking the village green and of course comes complete with open fires.

The owners are very keen to support local suppliers and as such their crayfish comes from Lechlade just down the road and their lamb and partridge is also locally sourced. They have their own chickens, quail and geese to supply eggs and their vegetables and salad are grown locally too.

A recent diner wrote of their visit to The Swan:
"This is a really friendly and welcoming restaurant and pub in a lovely, quiet Cotswold village. The food is outstanding and the service is excellent with no request being too much"

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