The Swan Inn, High Street, Clare

[Photograph on Clare village website]

From the outside, the most distinctive feature of this pub is the fourfold 
chimney, which you can see from the top of Clare Castle mound a few 
hundred yards away.

On the inside, the most distinctive feature is the size of the open
fireplace.  It's not much smaller than the footprint of The Nutshell
in Bury.  There's a sign on the door to warn parents not to let their 
small children run about, fall over face first and incinerate themselves.

Greene King standards available, and some food.  The huffers on 
the menu are enormous triangular lumps of bread and probably more than 
many people can eat.

(Fieldwork: 2003-11)