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The Swan in Marbury

12th July 2018 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
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We've had a message from the new owners of The Swan in Marbury describing its refurbishment and re-opening...

The Swan, the historic pub located in the picturesque village of Marbury (2 miles from Whitchurch), has reopened its doors after a substantial restoration and refurbishment.

The new and improved Swan now features; a beautiful sun terrace that's perfect for alfresco dining, a large light and airy Garden Room as well as a traditional bar area with comfy seating, real fires and wooden floors. A new Cellar Room has also been created which ideal for larger parties, while the bar area offers a cosy dining experience where customers can also bring their dogs.

The pub has been lovingly restored by Jerry Brunning, the founder of the successful Brunning & Price pub group but now private operator. The team has breathed life back into the iconic country pub using reclaimed materials, wood panelling, beams and solid wooden and tiled floors. Customers can relax and enjoy the pub's food and drink offer amongst an eclectic range of antique furniture, colourful rugs, as well as a whole library filled with 2,000 books supplied by Barns Brooks of Norbury.

Jerry Brunning says "We've spent a lot of time, money and effort to resurrect this gem of a pub and we're delighted with the results. The pub is a country classic that's now brimming with character and provides the local community a place where they'll be guaranteed delicious food, quality beers and great wine. Whether you're on a canal walk, meeting friends for a post-work drink or organising a family get-together, we believe The Swan is a pub for everyone."


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