Tried this out after hearing a radio ad. What a great find. Good no nonsense pub grub and in fairness a very extensive menu at very reasonable prices. Nice location, friendly staff and good beer, what's not to like!
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Called in for a sandwich and we were tempted by the Herefordshire Sausages, Chips and Peas and the Steak and Ale Pie, Chips and Peas.... very good! First rate friendly service, great value, relaxing gardens, a couple of pints all for £19.
Lovely lunch today. Twelve of us and all were served freshly cooked meals within moments of each other with a smile. Very good value. Some of us even managed a pudding. Thanks Heather, Barry and staff.
We were staying in the village for 3 nights - after the first night we enjoyed it so much we went all 3 nights there for dinner. The owner is a master chef who I understand chefed at a top Manchester restaurant. The quality and...More
The Bell Inn offers a great selection of food at very reasonable prices. It is excellent quality, and landlord and landlady, Barry & Heather, plus the restaurant staff of Paula and colleagues, made it a very enjoyable experience. Well worth giving it a try!
We were staying in nearby cottages and used this pub a few times for evening meals. Prices were very good. Menu is a good selection, above average pub quality. A selection of ales were available, although the quality of one was suspect, the others were...More
Cheap, cheerful and quite extensive menu - probably 20+ lunchtime options, all at £5.95, all with chips and peas or (in a few cases) with a salad. Not a gastronomic delight, but who would expect that at rock bottom prices? Actually surprisingly good food, substantial...More
We visited The Bell Inn after we had been to Croft Castle as it is up a lane just oposite the entrance to the Castle.They had a Lunch menu which was quite comprehensive and were all £5.95. I had the Chilli Con Carne and had...More
Thank you for your kind review, we look forward to welcoming you again. Kindest regards managem