Pull Me!


You can find us on the Camping Directory and GoGlamping

1 of a kind B&B directly on The River Thames

If you are looking for somewhere a little different, why not try a stay on our new B&B Narrowboat.

Moored directly on The River Thames at the historical Ye Olde Swan, Radcot Bridge. This truly is an escape on the water.

Experience the gentle rock of the river whilst keeping yourself toasty with the real woodburning stove. You have full facilities to enable you to cook for yourself or alternatively you can come and dine with us at the pub

This fully contained narrowboat sleeps 2/4 and has all you need for a comfortable stay.

Prices start from £82.00 and includes breakfast based on two people sharing.

For further information or to make a booking, contact Carmen on 01367810220 or email her at info@yeoldeswan.co.uk

Paddle board and kayak

Paddle board and kayak hire now available £12.00 for half hour and £20.00 per hour

Nearby Places

Buscot Old Parsonage

Early 18th-century riverside house with small garden

Badbury Hill

Woodland with an Iron Age past

White Horse Hill

Ancient rolling downland, home to an enigmatic chalk hill figure

Kelmscott Manor

Kelmscott Manor was the inspirational Cotswold retreat of William Morris and his family, friends and colleagues.

Buscot Park

Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds

Great Coxwell Barn

13th-century stone barn


Seventeenth-century weavers’ cottages and water meadow set in the Cotswold village of Bibury

Fishing Day passes available – £5 per day

Robert Bateman
Local artist Robert Bateman, who specialises in charcoal photorealism is a self taught 30 year old from Swindon endeavours to meticulously capture the smallest details of his subject “in order to produce a realistic standard.” Robert’s paintings and drawings often decieve the eyes, as their definitive, detailed rendering perfectly resembles the quality of a high resoloution photograph. The illusion, created through Roberts skillfull application of various media is a convincing depiction of (simulated) reality. Within Robert’s paintings textures, surfaces, lighting effects, and shadows often appear clearer and more distinct than the reference photo itself. Robert says “Born in Swindon, I am completely self-taught in my technique. My inspirations come from the extremely successful Paul Cadden, known for his large scale hyperrealistic graphite drawings, as well as Kelvin Okafor, another highly skilled photorealistic artist.”
His various mediums of work can be seen at either: