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Swan Inn
Village Road
Denham
Buckinghamshire

UB9 5BH | View map
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Georgian double-fronted, covered in wisteria and in the gorgeous, untouched village of Denham; what more could you want? Just wait until you get inside! The Swan Inn is one of those rare breeds; a great country pub serving modern British food, where everyone from locals to city folk feel right at home. In a unique position, the pub feels secluded and peaceful, yet it is only minutes from not one, but two motorways.Inside there is a large log fire for those cold, dark winter months; a private dining room for cosy dinners or business meetings and hidden out back is a sunny, secluded terrace and gardens large enough to lose your children in.Whilst most definitely a pub with a thriving bar trade, the scrumptious food is a big draw. Whether you're after a quick snack or a relaxed feast with family and friends, there is some serious eating to be done here. Add to all this, a delightful bunch of people to look after you (our staff) who are energetic, smiling and attentive and you'll understand why we are always busy. In a nutshell: It's like coming home, but we do the washing up!

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