Michael, Tim and all the staff welcome you to The Swan in Dobcross and we hope you enjoy your visit.
Built in 1765, the pub has a rich history and continues to be a focal point for village community life. Michael and Tim took over The Swan, their local pub, in March 2012 and their success was quickly recognised by the Marston's Pub of the Year Awards 2013, winning the National Best Newcomer Award and then going on to pick up the top accolade, Marston's Pub of the Year 2013 - Grand Final Winner.
We serve delicious home made food, prepared by our excellent team of chefs, seven days a week. We have five hand pulled real ales, including regular guest ales - all kept in top condition. We will be featured in the 2014 CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
In addition to the charming rooms on the ground floor, the historic function room upstairs is available for parties, conferences, meetings, sing songs and general merrymaking. Upstairs at The Swan is described as a 'must-visit venue'* for actors, performers and audiences alike. We bring top quality, professional theatre companies to the pub as well as the very best musicians and singers from the world of jazz, opera and folk. To keep informed about the many events we have on here, you can sign up for our email newsletter.
If you are interested in booking the function room for a private function, we are very happy to discuss your requirements.
Free Wi-fi is available to customers. There is a pub piano, so you're welcome to come and play. We run a very popular 'book exchange', so feel free to browse the bookshelves and help yourselves to any book that takes your fancy. If you have a book you'd like to share with others, you can leave it here. Every Thursday we have a popular pub quiz which is open to everyone. £1 per person to enter.
If you're a regular customer, why not pick up a Swan Loyalty Card? Earn points with every purchase made at the bar, which you can redeem at any time. You will also be eligible for special offers and surprises! Pick up a registration form at the bar (or apply online) and join in.
* Kevin Bourke (Theatre critic)