The Swan has the comfort and style of a quality hotel in Bradford on Avon with the character and charm of an old country inn. This accommodation is a grade II listed building is situated in the heart of historic Bradford on Avon, adjacent to the 14th Century bridge crossing the river. The Swan Hotel is within easy driving distance of the Roman city of Bath, Longleat House and Safari Park, Lacock Abbey and National Trust Village, Stonehenge, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole.
News and Updates'
Join us on Friday July 29th at 8.30pm for a Haunted Historic Tour around the streets of Bradford on Avon, led by award-winning Author Jasper Bark, Tickets are £8.00 for Adults and £5.00 for children under 16 and OAPs call 01225 868686 for Tickets and further details.
We have a host of live music events at The Swan with regular Folk, Blues and Jazz sessions, for further information see
"A great little hotel with nice clean rooms, great staff and a cellar bar with live music. Absolutely perfect."
Mr. Ben Limbrick - 2016-10-23
"I chose The Swan for a 3-night stay as a base for 2 days\' cycling along the Kennet & Avon Canal. Poor start - no parking place available & the lad who checked me in seemed in a hurry! However I was very pleased with my room (room 6) which was very comfortable - lovely double bed, great tv, very nice shower, plenty of wardrobe space, well lit, and lots of little extras - 2 bottles of water, delicious biscuits, extra toiletries etc. - that make all the difference. I found all the staff very pleasant, friendly and obliging, especially Olivia. I was phoned at 10.30pm to let me know a parking place had been vacated by staff; one male employee escorted me to the back entrance to show me exactly where the newsagents\' was - little defining moments, very important! The £100pn price was about right - not a rip-off and not a fantastic bargain! I would definitely stay here again. The canal towpath between Bath and Devizes (not beyond Devizes) is one of the finest cycle trails in GB and perhaps more of this could be made in your publicity. One slight criticism - the dinner menu was very strongly biased towards Thai cuisine. This will be a \'plus\' for many people but my diet is very traditional. The soup on offer was mushroom three nights running (the chef kindly prepared potato/tomato soup for me on Wed!!)and there was no brownie on the last night. A completed evaluation form hadn\'t been collected from my room over the previous days and a \'fire exit\' sign was missing on the ceiling above an emergency exit, but these are only minor points. Many thanks to you & your colleagues for a very enjoyable stay in Bradford-on-Avon. John "
Mr. John Green - 2016-08-26