The Bell Inn
50% off food and non-alcholic drinks up to £10 per person when eating or dining in, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August
The Bell Inn will be offering takeaway food from Thursday 25th June and will reopen on Saturday 4th July
Orders and payment by phone on 01249 782216
Cod, Scampi or Plaice & Chips with Tartare Sauce – £10
Cheese & Bacon Burger with Chips and Coleslaw – £10
Chicken Goujons with Chips and Coleslaw – £8.50
Thai Cod & Prawn Fishcakes with Chips and Coleslaw – £8.50
Sausage & Chips – £8.50
This 17th Century Inn is situated in the centre of the village close to the Post Office, village shop and 13th Century church. A popular village pub and restaurant near Chippenham, a wide range of beers, lagers and wines are available. The Bell Inn has acquired a fine reputation for its food. Lunches and dinners are served every day of the week from a comprehensive a la carte menu cooked to order from fresh locally supplied produce. Booking is advisable.
The Bell Inn had 17th century origins and is rendered with rubble stone and a stone tiled roof. It was originally an old farmhouse. Deeds of 1764 from a pub called ‘The Old Inn’ was otherwise known as ‘The Bell’ and consisted of outhouses, stables, a brew house, garden and orchard. In 1881 the proprietor was both a publican and a butcher.
There was a toll gate situated after the Bell Inn, just before the vicarage ,and it was manned by a toll gate keeper in 1871. Yatton Keynell was on the Tog Hill route, revived in 1751-2 when the road branching from it at the ‘Long Stone’ went through the village to Sodbury, Gloucestershire. The notice from the toll, indicating tariffs and conditions, can be seen inside The Bell Inn today.
We recommend making a booking to avoid disappointment.
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Friendly service which is refreshing and outstanding food. Thanks so much to the chef who went off menu with an old favourite (mango mint chicken)!!! The food was out of this world and will be returning soon and we would highly recommend this gem of a pub where nothing was too much trouble.
Great food and atmosphere
Stunning building with great original features. Hubby had steak and kidney pud which was huge and delicious. I had stuffed pork tenderloin with stilton sauce. Lovely! Veg cooked nicely al dente. Fast service, friendly staff.
Visited on Saturday with friends for the first time band were very impressed. Very old and traditional pub which was very busy and had a nice buzz to it. Very friendly and efficient staff, good menu and reasonable prices. The food was excellent quality and portions and very tasty. Would thoroughly recommend a visit