Posts Tagged: Cheshire pubs

There’s something for everyone at The Swettenham Arms

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Like all businesses, the Swettenham Arms has evolved over the years. We’ve worked very hard to make our beautiful rural venue a destination pub, and we think that we’ve finally succeeded in offering something for everyone! Here’s what we do. Walkers, cyclists and nature lovers: the area around the pub is a paradise for walkers. If… Read more »

A host of golden daffodils

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                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 »

All the taste – without the alcohol

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                Here at the Swettenham Arms, we pride ourselves on being a country pub. That gives us multiple advantages, including a quiet, stunning location and lots of paths for cyclists and walkers. In fact, the only disadvantage we can think of is that in the winter it’s quite… Read more »

Five things we’re looking forward to in autumn

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  We’ve had a fantastic, long, hot summer – but now it looks like the seasons are finally changing. After a glorious few weeks with customers eating and drinking in the beer gardens surrounded by the heady smell of lavender, we’re now starting to move back inside as we’re starting to feel that first nip… Read more »

Treat yourself to afternoon tea, a great British tradition

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  Ah, what could be nicer than a proper cup of tea in a relaxing environment? Well, how about adding some dainty sandwiches, and a mouthwatering selection of homemade cakes? Yes, that’s right – afternoon tea is back at the Swettenham Arms. Our teas are so popular that we run them on request all year… Read more »

May 1st: the official return of spring

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  It may not seem like it at the moment, but Tuesday 1st May heralds the official return of spring. Each year, the UK Bank Holiday falls on the first Monday of May, so this year we’ll celebrate our ‘May Day’ holiday on 7th May. The origins of our celebration go back to medieval times…. Read more »

Spring comes to Swettenham

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              We’ve hoped, we’ve crossed our fingers, we’ve waited…and now it looks like spring has finally arrived in Swettenham. The daffodils and crocuses are just coming into bloom around the pub and in the Arboretum, and there’s finally a bit of colour in the garden and some buds on… Read more »

Celebrate St George’s Day at our quintessentially English pub

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                  Here at the Swettenham Arms, we’re proud to be a Great British pub – but today, 23rd April, we’re also proud to be an English pub! It’s the anniversary of the death of England’s patron saint, St George of dragon-killing fame, and we thought we’d celebrate… Read more »

Twilight wildlife around the Swettenham Arms

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                With the nights finally getting longer and the weather getting warmer, evening walks and twilight drinks at the pub are becoming more of a reality. We’re lucky enough to have a fantastic outside space at the Swettenham Arms, from our stunning lavender meadow to our two beer… Read more »

A brief history of Swettenham

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              For those of you who don’t know Swettenham, it’s a very pretty place with some interesting buildings.  The entry on the village in the Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales, a six-volume work by the Reverend John Marius Wilson compiled between 1870 and 1872, reads as follows: SWETTENHAM, a township and a… Read more »

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