The White Swan Hotel & STONEAGED Restaurant

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The White Swan Hotel & STONEAGED Restaurant

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Found within the historic heart of Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, the White Swan Hotel presents a delightful blend of the past and the present. Its proximity to Warwickshire's Crown Jewels and on the doorstep of the enchanting Cotswolds means that guests will never find themselves short of activities or sights to explore. The hotel itself, with its foundation stones laid in 1358, boasts a collection of rooms that whisper tales of yesteryears, offering an immersive historical experience without compromising modern comforts. Among its many charms is the STONEAGED restaurant, a culinary adventure where diners can enjoy meals cooked on hot stones, adding a unique twist to the dining experience. What truly sets the White Swan apart, however, is its staff. Their genuine warmth and dedication to ensuring a memorable stay highlights their commitment to hospitality excellence. I really liked this place and I know for a fact you will too!

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Contact Us

100 High Street ,
Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire , B95 5BY

01564 792 623




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The White Swan Hotel and STONEAGED Restaurant, High Street, Henley-in-Arden, UK

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