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Old Swan Cheddington, Cheddington - pub details

Address: 58 High Street, Cheddington, Bedfordshire, LU7 0RQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37118) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cheddington (0.9 miles), Tring (3.8 miles)

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user reviews of Old Swan Cheddington, Cheddington

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Now reopened, this pub in the midst of Great Train Robbery land treads the fine line between gastro and country hostelry. On a warm April afternoon, the front garden was replete with drinkers enjoying the early 2015 warm spell; the inside packed with Easter weekend diners. A GK pub by stealth - the ubiquitous IPA was on tap - Upham's Punter was the other option but was unfortunately off. A bottle of Triple C went someway towards redressing the balance, along with a TV screen showing Watford v Middlesbrough, despite the limited area afforded for drinkers.
Komakino - 17 Apr 2015 22:58
currently closed
mjbea1 - 15 May 2014 21:18
Visited with a friend from London last Thursday Lunchtime. Pub was empty, but it still took 40 minutes for our food to arrive after we ordered. Pretty average when it came and overpriced by about 2 / 3 per main course in comparison with other good pubs locally. (12.95 for small portion of fish and chips). Not much choice of real ale and again just that percentage more expensive than other local pubs. The setting is great and bar staff friendly, but I feel they would be busier if they came back down to earth a bit about prices and stopped resting on their 'gastropub' laurels. Times are hard.
jonbuzz21 - 27 Feb 2012 10:52
Marvellous looking thatched building which could grace many a postcard. Clearly relies heavily on its food trade but the bar is comfortable enough if a little sedate. With only two standard (non-local) real ales on tap though, not worth a major detour for the serious beer drinker.

Campanologist - 28 Nov 2011 23:51
The quality of the food realy let down the venue. The mashed potato was lumpy, the french beans raw, the ends not even trimmed. The steak sirloin steak was of poor quality and had a large chunk of gristle. Steak and chips consisted of this poor cut of steak, 6 chips and a tiny garnish. Definitely not value for money. An expensive not pleasant night out.
AnnTilman - 20 Nov 2011 17:15

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