Open for Takeaway. Click below.
Hotel rooms are open for essential travel.
Spring & summer reservations being taken.
Introducing our new takeaway service!
The Crooked Swan goes West with a delicious Tex-Mex inspired menu available to takeaway for Friday & Saturday nights.
Simply call to place your order, or order online below.
Full COVID compliance & contactless collections.
Who We Are
Our 8 bedroomed 18th century coaching Inn and restaurant is open every day of the year and combines original flair with exposed steel beams, open fire, cosy nooks and crannies and pretty garden.
We offer everything from great local ales, inspiring à la carte menu, hearty Sunday lunch to individually planned weddings and events for up to 70 people.
We are conveniently situated in the rural and peaceful market town of Crewkerne, just a few minutes south off the A303 in Somerset.
We are very much a locals’ pub, welcoming familiar faces into our watering hole to sit, chat, eat and drink in these beautiful surroundings. Equally we love to see new faces who might be visiting this beautiful county – looking for their own ‘escape to the country’.
The area is superb for walks across the fields or along the World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast. The town hosts many antique shops and auction houses, too. So as a lunch stopover, or overnight stay en-route to Devon and Cornwall, or a destination in itself, The Crooked Swan is the perfect spot.
The meals you love, but with the time and attention that turns this menu up to eleven. Browse the menu to whet your palate.
We all know that fresh is best, but that’s just one reason why we buy locally. We know our suppliers by name, have visited their farms, and their teams come here to eat and drink. It’s a community thing.
We aim to source responsibly. Part of that means eating with the seasons. Fresh fruit and veg in summer, wild mushrooms in autumn, and warm soups in winter.
We cater for functions in the restaurant, and in our huge function room (opens in 2020). Drop us a line with your requirements.
Good food which doesn't cost the earth.
Healthy food and responsible agriculture is essential to our wellbeing, rural economy, and culture. We buy fresh, local, and organic whenever we can.
Distinguished bathrooms with claw-foot baths, environmentally friendly products, and relaxing charm.
Egyptian cottons, thick linens, perfect pillows, and the fluffiest towels known to humankind. Small things, done right.
Whether it’s a full-English or continental, or homemade porridge to fuel your day.
A range of rooms
Super-king-size doubles, twins, and family-friendly rooms to suit every need. Each room has its own character.
A fun and fair place to work, locally sourced food, a vibrant community, family friendly, pets welcome, non-alcoholic alternatives, all diets catered for.
We’re just getting started, but we strive to be everything a wonderful 21st century pub should be.
Brothers Ollie and Jules Campbell, and Jules’s wife Ariane bought the Swan Hotel in July 2017.
At the time it was not in a happy way, and their mission over the last 2 years has been to restore the rather ugly duckling to the beautiful Swan it always wanted to be.
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Keeping you safe
We will not allow any member of our team displaying symptoms inside the premises and we would ask you to exercise the same cautionary approach.
Please bring your own face mask. It’s responsible behaviour and shows concern for others.
Use hand sanitiser at the entrance.
On arrival please wait to be seated. Bookings are recommended.
We will need to take your details. This is in line with government guidance on the track and trace system.
Anyone not respecting physical distancing or behaving in an anti-social manner will be asked to leave.
Bathrooms will be one-in-one-out. Please keep physical distancing while waiting.
Should you be worried at any time about physical distancing, cleanliness or anything else please do ask a member of the team.
Not quite back to normal..
We’re going to try things out for a few weeks so we can learn quickly how best to serve as many as possible as safely as possible.
- No more than 6 people per table.
- We may introduce time limits, especially when it’s busy, to reduce exposure and to ensure everyone gets a turn.