Located at the heart of village life in Broadway, The Swan Inn is a great family friendly pub that’s perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Serving up a wide range of seasonal food, every day of the week, this premium pub, bar, and restaurant is a great place for a family meal, drinks with friends, or even a Sunday roast to finish off the perfect weekend.
The Swan Inn is also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along. We have a delicious children’s menu that your little ones are sure to love!
This pub is also a great place to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining on a summer’s day. After all, when the sunshine makes a welcomed appearance, there really is nothing better than a cool pint and delicious meal in the sun.
If you’re driving there is always plenty of car parking available.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
The Swan Inn is located in the village of Broadway, Worcestershire. It is easily accessible from throughout the surrounding area, by road, public transport, and on foot.
If you’re travelling by train, the closest station is Honeybourne, which is a handy 15-minute drive from The Swan Inn. Evesham and Moreton-in-Marsh stations are also both close by. All three are located on the main line train service running between Hereford and London Paddington, and on the Cotswold line between Oxford and Worcester.
Located in the village of Broadway, the jewel of the Cotswolds, The Swan Inn is perfectly placed to act as a base for visitors looking to enjoy the Cotswolds. In fact, the village is overlooked by Broadway Hill, the highest point in the northern Cotswolds and a popular spot with walkers and hill climbers.
Within the village itself, you’ll find the picturesque broadway – a wide, grass fringed main street lined with red chestnut trees and honey-coloured Cotswold limestone buildings, many of which date back to the 16th century.
Closely connected to the arts and crafts movement, Broadway is a centre for arts and antiques with links to many well-known artists, writers, and performing artists, such as William Morris, John Singer Sargent, J.M Barrie, and Mary Anderson. Local attractions include the Gordon Russel Museum, which celebrates the work of the 20th century furniture maker Sir Gordon Russell, the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, and the Ashmolean Museum.
If you’re heading to enjoy the action and excitement at Cheltenham Racecourse, The Swan Inn offers the perfect spot to enjoy a bite to eat after a long day of racing.
Broadway is also just two hours from the hustle and bustle of central London, and is within easy reach of historic places such as Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Oxford, and Bath.