Welcome to The Swan, our bustling village pub with 7 en-suite bedrooms and an outstanding kitchen led by executive chef Tom Blake, alongside head chef Sam Sperring-Trendl. We’re open all day for a quick drink, a snack or a delicious meal. Come and sit in the bar beside a woodburner, watch the world go by at tables out front, dine in the restaurant or alfresco on the terrace – or just enjoy the peace of the garden.
Seven lovely creative rooms with heaps of charm. Each relaxing room has its own unique features that combine style with intriguing vintage finds.
The kitchen is the heart of our pub. Sam Sperring-Trendl and his team produce a seasonally inspired menu which changes regularly and uses all the best local ingredients. It is simple, unfussy, fresh food at its best.
Situated in the delightful and active village of Wedmore, south of the ancient Somerset Levels and Mendip Hills, The Swan is an elegant 18th-century building that has been completely refurbished and modernized.
Wedmore can be traced as a settlement back to Iron Age and Roman periods. In Saxon times it lay at the heart of a large and important Royal estate.
It has a strong trading history and has been a centre for shops and markets since 1500. This tradition continues today and the village has an excellent range of clothing, gift food shops.