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The Fitzherbert Arms


This brick-built village pub narrowly escaped closure. Instead it underwent a complete revamp when pub entrepreneurs Mary Mclaughlin and Tim Bird entered into a joint venture with Lord Stafford's estate. Reopened in 2016, the richly furnished interior is warmed by three log fires. Artefacts from the village smithy include tables made from old anvils, a blacksmith's furnace and water troughs. Ales sourced within a 35-mile radius include Titanic Brewery's stout. A speciality of the house is port, with over 30 sold by the bottle and a dozen of which can be tasted by the glass. Uncomplicated dishes of modern British food embrace pub favourites, seasonal specials, and home-made puddings. The pub is member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association.

Further information

Tel: 01782 796782
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Weetwood Ales Fitzherbert Best, Titanic Stout


All day all week


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
No coach parties catered.

The Fitzherbert Arms, Swynnerton
  • The Fitzherbert Arms, Swynnerton
  • The Fitzherbert Arms, Swynnerton


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M6 junct 15, follow Eccleshall (A519) signs. At rdbt left onto A51 (Stone), 1st right signed Swynnerton. Pub in village centre

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