The Swan, Wittersham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5640) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Rye (4.9 miles)
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|We arranged to meet my in-laws here on a Monday lunchtime as a mid way watering hole; it looked good on the web and also welcomed pets. On entry we were greeted by a young barman who made us all feel very welcome. We sampled a few beers before we ordered and this was just great as we could all enjoy the right beer for our diverse tastes. The food was great as was the service; the waitress was very attentive and also very efficient. The barman continued to look after our needs until we left; he definitely made the difference! |
Our experience was extremely positive and we'll definitely be returning!
skkpgo - 22 Sep 2010 18:19
|I have recently enjoyed an excellent evening in the Swan. As well as the good beer and food (which we consumed plently of!) there was very entertaining live music. The atmosphere can only be described as friendly and fun! with the majority of the other customers (and some stuff!) joining in with the singing and dancing that was taking place. I would strongly suggest giving this pub a chance, the large range of excellent beer/cider/wine avaliable, good food, and welcoming feel is only part of its charm.|
Shotties - 3 Sep 2010 02:11
|We came across this pub while doing some rambling in East Sussex. We only stopped for a pint but being a group of six, some of us decided to enjoy some of the local fare. We were pleasantly surprised at the variety of the food on the menu. The ambiance was nice and very welcoming. The service was excellent and promt and the waitress did her best to make us feel welcome. The food was extremely good and in abundance. We went for starters followed by the traditional fish & chips. The choice of desserts was very good and all six of us were extremely satisfied. Would give a 9 out of 10. Worth visiting again. |
berawd - 22 Aug 2010 20:28
|All went wrong here some weeks ago... once an oasis of good real ale served from the barrel ..... Ray is now to be found at his new acquisition .. the Bells at Woodchurch..... I wish both pubs success.|
kisstaker - 13 Aug 2010 21:55
|Ostensibly a rather by-numbers, vastly-extended family-orientated pub, it pays to stop off and investigate further. For there are a range of decent cask ales to be had - my Goachers Fine Light was excellent - and what seems to be good food. Only had snacks in the form of cheesy chips and cheese board, but it was hearty fare and served up at the usually-food-unfriendly hour of 5PM. The landlady was convivial, although I've got to say the girl who brought the grub over seemed somewhat charmless and altogether detached. Still, overall, a worthy stop off and a nice end to an afternoon in the summer sun. |
TWG - 25 Jul 2010 22:35
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