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Welcome to The Swan Hotel

Address: Radcot-on-Thames, Clanfield, OX18 2SX

Hotel Description

Offering a restaurant, The Swan Hotel is set in a spectacular riverside location surrounded by moorings. It offers bed and breakfast accommodation, a terrace and a bar. Each of the rooms at The Swan Hotel includes a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. All have access to shared bathroom facilities. All the rooms overlook the garden and the river. Guests can enjoy a full English breakfast every morning. Popular activities in the area include walking, cycling and fishing. The market town of Cirencester, in the Costwold District, is 18 miles away. The quaint village of Bibury is 30 minutes’ drive.

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Carswell Golf Club - Faringdon - Golf

Carswell Golf Club - Faringdon - Golf

Distance 3.12 miles (5 km)
Look around and embrace the beautiful, lush green grass and the gently rolling hills. Now, take out your driver and hit away! You've arrived...Carswell Golf and Country Club is your challenge for today and it is the experience you've yearned for! Carswell's 18-hole golf course has been designed from the ground up, to become the premier daily-fee golf experience, by J and E Ely who have 30 years experience building courses. It provides an enjoyable and challenging 6183 yard (Par 72) eighteen holes for both the low handicap and less experienced golfer alike. The design layout conveniently allows a nine or eighteen hole game, the start and finish of each loop being close to the clubhouse.

Standlake Arena - Standlake - Racecourse

Standlake Arena - Standlake - Racecourse

Distance 6.99 miles (11.18 km)
There has been racing at Standlake since 1972 and it originally started off as a dirt track. In April 1983 the Hook family took over the promotion of it and are still running it today. After the first meeting the decision was taken to concrete the bends and later on that season the straights were done. The promotion of the Track changed hands in the mid 90's from Mike Hook (who is on the PA on race days), to his son Keith. The track originally had a ditch running around the outside and although it was fairly popular amongst racers, the decision was taken in 1995 to replace the ditch with the current Armco barrier. The following winter the race control building was moved from what is now the back straight to its current location, giving the track its current layout.