ABOUTUS

The Swan Inn is a  Grade II listed building in the popular and vibrant village of Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. Legend has it, it was once used by Dick Turpin, and there's gold buried in the walls!

Come in and enjoy our roaring fires and real ale in the winter and a sun drenched garden with wines and spirits in the summer. 

 

Since 2012, the Swan Inn has been owned and ran by Danny and Helen who take great care in creating an authentic and enjoyable experiences for all their guests. 

Opening Hours:

Monday to Thursday 12 til 11pm

Friday and Saturday 12 til 12pm

Sunday 12 til 10.30

 

Food service:

Cold snacks incl pork pies, scotch eggs and cobs available from 12 til 5pm

Pizzas Tuesday to Friday 5 til 9pm, Saturday 12 till 9pm

Cold bar snacks only Sunday and Monday.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Simple but outstanding menu. Excellent atmosphere and always welcoming. Regularly changing guest ale. ” 

—  Beeryjim, Tripadvisor

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COVID-19

Covid-19 is a public health emergency. Everyone needs to assess and manage the risks of COVID-19. As a result, we have completed a risk assessment and are actively taking measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. 

 

We request that customers and teams follow all these rules diligently, to sustain a healthy and safe environment. It’s important that we all respond responsibly and transparently to these health precautions. 

 

Our coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines are subject to changes with the introduction of additional governmental guidelines. If so, we will update actions accordingly.

Our up to date guidelines are displayed in numerous locations in the pub. Any questions, please ask.

 

Thanks for your support. 

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NEW PIZZA MENU!

Served from 5-9pm Tuesday-Friday

&

12-9pm on Saturday

EAT IN OR TAKEAWAY

CONTACT US

​The Swan Inn

10 Loughborough Road

Mountsorrel

LE12 7AT

T: 0116 230 2340

E: contact@theswaninn.online

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THE SWAN INN

Mountsorrel

17th century inn on the banks of the River Soar