Our History

The White Swan Public House was established by 1765 and rebuilt in brick in its present position by the squire of Conington Hall in 1850. In the 19th century it was the venue of the Coroner’s Court and today it is still used for Parish Meetings. It was sold to a local brewery in the 1930s and repurchased from Greene King by the present resident of Conington Hall in 2013.

It is managed by the Conington Pub Co as a free house and the tenants are Neil and Caroline Humphreys.

Neil Humphreys


Elegant interior and design

With our welcoming bar and dining areas, you will always find the perfect spot to relax and enjoy your visit.

Quality real ales

Our real Ales are served in the traditional manner straight from the cask behind the bar. We are proud to be included in the “Good Beer Guide 2017”.

The stillage has room for 8 Firkins, each of which holds 72 pints of Ale.

Adnams Southwold Bitter (3.7% Abv) and Adnams Ghost Ship (4.5% Abv) are regulars with at least 1 guest Ale on sale at any time. All our Ales are £3 a pint or £1.50 a half.


Freshly prepared food

All our food is freshly prepared on site by our chefs using local quality produce. If it’s a 3 course meal or just a light lunch our menu has something for everyone, with vegetarian and children’s options available.