Swan Inn4 Highweek Street
With its thick stone walls, parts of this Grade ll Listed building date from the latter part of 17th century, and it is adjacent to the towns cattle market, hence the sculptured animal heads on the the pubs flank wall. It's U-shaped bar counter covers what was originally three seperate rooms, now partially open plan, save that the right hand room has had only its door removed, creating a quieter 'snug' area. Internally, there are a couple of gaming machines, a quiz machine, two pool tables and a juke box, with a covered outside smokers area. Traditional Thatchers cider is drawn by handpump.