The Bell Inn, Wylye - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22638) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Hidden Brewery Limited
- Quiz night
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale, Brews own beer, Cocktails
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Smoking area, Function room for hire, Accommodation available, Coach parties welcome, Disabled access
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|we have just come back from a super lunch at the bell.the food was very good hot plates with hot food.the staff were very helpful, and could not do enough for us. a party of ten, and we all enjoyed it.we will be back.from guildford|
jellie - 5 May 2013 18:49
|Beautiful 15c pub in a picturesque village in the lovely Wylye valley.|
The pub has an atmospheric interior and seating in the garden (poor) and front (good for watching the village go by).
Is a owned by a pubco, not tied to a brewery, so good choice of beers. The food is pub grub - sandwiches, toasties and baked pots - so nothing special at not special prices.
Unfortunately it does not have a dedicated landlord; just a string of temporary managers - please someone take on this lovely pub - it could be made something really special.
davystokes - 19 Mar 2012 18:46
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cavalieri - 2 Feb 2012 16:51
|A lovely atmospheric pub with covered beer garden - tho' this is quite small so might easily fill up with smokers. I got there mid afternoon, so it was quiet - only 1 other punter. Interesting beer selection, but I was gasping so had a pleasant pint of cider. |
Food menu looked reasonable but can't comment on quality. Staff seemed perfectly pleasant. Finally, open all day, which is a big plus for country pubs. So well worth a visit.
(As regards Trainman, I'd say he'd be within his rights to be a bit upset with the lack of notification re the cancelled booking, but it does seem harsh to suggest the staff weren't being honest - I know I've incorrectly written down the odd telephone number.)
MrBlue - 25 Aug 2011 16:41
|Stopped here for lunch with our 14 month old boy on the way back to London, we always try for a country pub rather than roadside "food". Was a beautiful day so we sat outside, I think the new owners had been there for about 2 days so it was a bit chaotic to say the least! That said I had a decent pint of Otter & a nice fresh sandwich. This place has alot of potential & I will re-visit soon to check out progress. Good luck.|
BOBSTERTHELOBSTER - 27 Apr 2011 11:38
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