Swan & Bottle98 Oxford Road
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Dating from the 17th century when it used to be two pubs, the Olde Swan and the Leather Bottle, it was once passed by Charles I, this is a large pub with low ceilings, open beams and plenty of wood panelling. There are several sections but only one bar. The River Colne flows by the pub and the Grand Union Canal passes the car park. The menu is supplemented by a large range of daily specials and varies from sandwiches to full three-course meals. Locally listed.