the swan basingstoke
Jan 20, 2019 · The Swan, Basingstoke: See 756 unbiased reviews of The Swan, rated 3.5 of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked #46 of 235 restaurants in Basingstoke.
The Swan, Sherborne St John – The Swan, 3, Kiln Road,, RG24 9HS Basingstoke – Rated 3.9 based on 187 Reviews “Beef lasagne for lunch in a pub I forget to Jump to Sections of this page
The Swan is a 17th century, thatched pub situated in the lovely village of Sherborne St John. We serve a wide range of cask ales, lagers and international wines.
The Swan, Basingstoke: See 757 unbiased reviews of The Swan, rated 3.5 of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked #45 of 234 restaurants in Basingstoke. The Swan, Basingstoke – 3 Kiln Rd – Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos – TripAdvisor
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The Swan, Sherborne St John provides the perfect Christmas party venue in Basingstoke, Hampshire. We offer shared and exclusive parties, lunches and dinners. Please send us an enquiry for further information and prices on our 2019 Christmas parties.
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The Swan pub is situated in Ash Vale, a rural village decorated with winding country lanes and inspiring landscapes in the stunning Surrey countryside. The star attraction is the picturesque Basingstoke Canal, a haven for nature lovers who love to explore its towpaths. Ash Vale’s emergence came about due to its important transport links
The Swan Sherborne St John RG24 9HS 01256 850165 swan-pub-basingstoke.co.uk. I WAS rather overwhelmed by the enormous amount of choice on the menu at The Swan. With 27 different main courses, plus a specials board, it was hard to imagine how the kitchen staff coped on a busy night.
The Swan. The Swan is a traditional pub situated in the village of Sherborne St John with the Vine Stately Home just down the road. Refurbished in Winter 2012 and dating back about 300 years, this thatch roofed pub is Grade II listed with an annexe to the side and a conservatory added on. Inside there is a rustic charm about