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The Swan Inn, Lympstone - pub details

Swan Inn
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Address: The Strand, Lympstone, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 5ET [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29247) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.theswaninn-lympstone.com

Nearest train stations Lympstone Village (0 miles), Lympstone Commando (1.2 miles), Exton (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Globe Inn, Lympstone (0.1 miles), Redwing Inn, Lympstone (0.2 miles), Nutwell Lodge Hotel, Lympstone (1.0 miles), Atmospheric Railway Inn, Starcross (1.5 miles), Puffing Billy, Exton (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Charming village pub with a good choice of beers and an excellent menu. Staff were friendly and efficient and the food came quickly and was very good indeed. Would certainly come again. Incidentally Montie49 if you think £3.20 is dear for Carling then don't come to Brighton - it was more than that even two years ago!
REVERENDBAZ - 23 Jun 2013 09:48
A lively pub with a good atmoshere.
Perfectly situated in the village near to the railway station and the front beer
garden catches the early evening sun great.
My pint of carling was ok but at 3.20 a little on the dear side. 9/10

montie49 - 19 Jul 2011 16:12
A group of friends and I took our babies for lunch in this pub yesterday to celebrate mothers day and despite being welcomed into the pub, the landlady waited until we had finished our lunches to rudely tell us that we were not welcome back because the locals (and herself) didn't like our children. Our babies are all 8 months old and really did not cause any offence to other diners. I found the landlady to be highly rude and offensive and this pub should not claim to be 'family friendly'. Our day was ruined.
tuckesw1 - 5 Apr 2011 11:53
At last we have landlords in this pub who keep a decent pint, know what they are doing, and look likely to stay more than a year! Sue has really turned the Swan around in the past year - after a succession of disastrous managements it is now a successfull family run pub.

Occasionally gets too busy for its own good, but a long wait to be served (or for your food) is now quite rare, rather then the norm which it once was.

Good selection of real ales always in good nick. Occasional music and other "events".
toyday - 17 Dec 2010 08:24
It appears that new owners have taken over since visiting last year. The pub still has the best situation in the village, but is definately not as welcoming as it once was. The kids loved playing on the pool table while we had a drink, but that seems to have gone. It wasn't overally clean, smelling of dog and the staff were in my opinion quite rude at times. We didn't stay to eat, everything was a little too creamy for our liking. We went to the Globe
AWilliams - 6 Jul 2009 18:05

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