As many of you will already know, we’ve been running our classic car and motorbike evenings for a few years now. They’re extremely popular, and we’ve had people turning up in pretty much anything with an engine! We’re had some lovely Silver Ghost Rolls Royces, classic Aston… Read more »
Although most of our customers know that we have the beautiful Quinta Lovell Arboretum right behind the pub, not everyone knows that we have lots of other walk options as well. At this time of year, there are stunning views across the Dane Valley as well as hedgerows full of wild flowers to brighten your… Read more »
So far this year, our classic car and motorbike evenings are going extremely well and every driver or rider of a classic car or motorbike is entitled to one of our delicious bratwurst hotdogs for free. Extra hotdogs can be purchased for £3.00. Hot dogs are served at 7.30pm.
Treat yourself to our delicious vintage afternoon teas, Monday to Saturday. They’re £17.95 a head, and are really quite something! Gluten free options are available. See our events page for more details.
Now that our ‘season’ is under way (our first event was on April 9th), we thought we’d explain a bit more about our classic car and motorbike evenings for people who might be thinking of coming along but don’t know what to expect. We first started our classic… Read more »
Our weekly gatherings are back! Bring your cherished car or motorbike out for a run to our country pub. New for this year, our meetings are twice a week – every Tuesday and Thursday – and both cars and bikes are welcome both days.
Afternoon tea in the lavender and sunflower meadow while watching the bees; long, sunny walks in the Arboretum or perhaps a chilled drink in the beer garden – what could be nicer than some time at the Swettenham Arms?
Do you remember when the most difficult choice you had was whether to choose beer or lager? Now, walk into most independent pubs and you’ll be confronted with an array of ‘craft beers’, from the local to the unusual. Some craft breweries are so small that they only serve a very small local area,… Read more »
Today is St. David’s day, and one of the national symbols associated with Wales is the daffodil. It normally makes its appearance in March, but the fine, warm weather we’ve been having recently means that the daffodils are now out in the Arboretum and along the verges… Read more »
The spring flowers are starting to come out in the Arboretum – daffodils, peonies and more. Take a walk this weekend and see what you can spot.