A thatched delight
The Old Swan is a traditional, Grade II listed 15th Century pub, dating back 400 years. It is believed that the building originally comprised of three cottages, which whilst over the years has undergone various refurbishments, everything possible has been done to enhance its original features. With the decorative low beams and the fireplaces stripped back to almost their original condition, our public house is one of the most beautiful sights in the village today.
Cheddington Village also appears in the History books, where in 1963 it featured in the national press as it was near the location of the “Great Train Robbery” of 1963 at Bridego Railway Bridge, in the hamlet of Ledburn.