Tuesday, 18 December 2007

The Swan

High up on the top of Ley Hill are a couple of pubs. One is called the Crown, and the other is called The Swan. I was going to write a combined article for both of them, but my photos of The Crown were pants. I will write an article next time I go there, and will link through to both.

The Swan Pub, Ley Hill

The Swan is a beautifully quaint little pub opposite a tee of the Chesham and Ley HIll Golf Club, as well as the Ley HIll Cricket Club. This is a dream location for a golf, cricket, pub fan such as myself. Towards the end of this summer past Mrs-Mouse-To-Be and I sat outside the pubs watching golf and cricket while enjoying a refreshing pint. It was a wonderful time.
The last visit to The Swan was on a cold wet winter afternoon. Having walked across country from Chesham, the pub was a welcome sight. We went in and sat in a small room just to the right of the big open fireplace. It was warm and cosy. The locals and staff in the pub have been nothing but welcoming. It is always a pleasure to go there for a pint and a sit down.
We have not tried the food in the pub just yet, but that was because it had sold out by the time we got there a couple of months back.

Yet another Chesham pub which is highly recommended.

This entry was originally shown on Mouse's Musings.

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