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Six old school friends were staying in Newton in a cottage last weekend and had booked a table for 6 for a meal on Saturday night. A couple of us popped into the pub in the afternoon as you do for a swift pint and...More
Date of visit: September 2018
Linda G, Owner at The White Swan, responded to this reviewResponded 19 September 2018
Having discovered that this establishment served lunches between 12 and 3 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays - according to their 2018 Website - and perused their lunchtime menus online, I decided to take my wife for a surprise visit. We enjoyed a lovely ride on...More
We are staying at the cottages next door and called in for Sunday lunch.
Really warm welcome and very helpful staff.
Lunch came with 5 really nicely cooked vegetables, mashed potato, roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings.
My wife had the beef, son had turkey and...More
Excellent variety of traditional pub food which is freshly cooked and served piping hot. Steve and Linda make you feel very welcome and you feel like you are sitting in your own living room amongst friends
Stayed for the second time in our campervan and yet again was not disappointed. Stephen and Linda was so welcoming and always happy even when pub was full at lunch they always had time to make you feel welcome. The pub food is amazing. Also...More
We found this pub as we were staying on a CL down the road. We sat in the quiet beer garden with our dog and enjoyed a BLT with salad and crisps. Really lovely food - I'm quite fussy when it comes to bacon and...More
Visited here with my wife and 5 year old son. Owner and staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the food was freshly cooked and very reasonably priced. Lovely relaxed feeling throughout with the 2 roaring fires to keep you warm and the bar has great...More
Well okay it was almost Halloween but surprisingly on a fair day we were the only diners. The food was excellent, the surroundings very Yorkshire, the welcome friendly. Maybe presentation (dirty place mats for example) isn't their strong point but making sure you have a...More
Dogs are allowed inside the pub in all areas. The pub toilets are accessed out the back and are quite small cubicles. Maybe contact the pub to see if they have a different toilet for disabled access?
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