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An early 18th century building run as a genuine independent business (under new management June 2016). The pub has a rural village location and sits off the beaten track providing a warm welcome to passing trade and locals alike. The large L-shaped main bar is supplemented by two smaller rooms, and maps of old Swallowfield adorn the walls. Community focused, and child/dog/walker-friendly. Wheelchair accessible with assistance, but no accessible toilet.