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The Bell, Bredhurst - pub details

Address: The Street, Bredhurst, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 3JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6907) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rainham - Kent (3.1 miles), Bearsted (4.1 miles), Gillingham - Kent (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Popped in here for a Sunday Roast. Pleasant enough pub, although table numbers on the tables instills a sense of commercialism to the place. Beer was fine. The roast was served quickly and the roast beef was huge so no complaints on that. A generally nice pub but should be careful to stay clear of comercialisation or risk losing touch with the village pub type which I truly enjoy
Buster_M - 30 Oct 2012 13:14
Some what over rated. The food is not that brill and seems very dark and dismal. Great for kids due to the play area.
lushlou - 30 Oct 2009 15:18
Deceiving in size & not far from the M2 Medway services if you take the service road. A decent choice of ales, but unfortunately not well kept. (I had to change my 1st pint). I found the food ok and reasonably priced. Large beer garden with a good play area for kids. Huge car park too. I feel this pub could do so much better though.
realalechav - 16 Jul 2009 23:00

Lovely surroundings, fantastic south facing beer garden, with a play area. Unfortunately the catering was too a very low standard. to be honest the worst food I have actually tasted from warmed up bar food... I had a good time until the bar staff approached the table. they were incredibly inexperience. it was very much like a family run pub, who had their caravans out the back. Which in this case very true life I have never been treated or addressed in such a inappropriate and offences manor. I am truly disappointed by the service I have received, and now have learnt from my experience and will listen to the advise given by previous attendees.

eddie2007 - 4 May 2009 23:54
Somewhat isolated, The Bell is a village local attracting a variety of differing types – from hungry families, to the younger football crowd. Until a recent midweek evening visit, I hadn’t been in here for over a couple of years and being the eager type, have being looking forward to adding some additional comments to my - lets face it - previous minimalistic effort.

Most - unless within walking distance - drive here, so the first sight you’ll encounter is the rather anonymous - though be it - accommodating gravelled “beer garden” – complete with a lovely view of the parked cars. The entrance nearest to here, leads into the establishments main extension. With the usual rubber-stamped fittings, a pubs-by-numbers approach is fairly evident, though it is comfortable enough. There are ample dining facilities and a plasma screen to keep the lads and children amused. Walk through here and you’ll lead yourself to the original bar. Tidy and more traditional - though worked on over the years, obviously - this is the favoured spot for yours truly - and by looking around - seemingly where those of a more mature fraternity like to congregate. Amongst the usual kegs is pleasingly, a selection of ales: Spitfire, Courage Best, Directors and one from Chatham’s Nelson Brewery. The condition was excellent and prices are average for the area. The staff encountered were attentive enough and the background music was not overly intrusive. I like it quite a lot here and won’t be leaving it another two years!

HTM69 - 15 Oct 2008 23:17

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