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The Bell appears to have been modernised. You immediately encounter the bar when you enter. Either side are drinking spaces that stretch back to a darts room and the toilets behind. Half of the real ales were from Cornwall - St Austell Proper Job & Sharps Doom Bar. The others were much more local - Wye Valley HPA & Hobsons Best. There was no real cider. Not as good as I was expecting.
blue_scrumpy - 3 Aug 2015 18:01
Not a bad pub at all. A decent selection of real ales at realistic prices, free juke box and somewhere to sit. It seems to have a good cross-section of customers as well.
djw - 22 Feb 2012 01:23
Arguably the best pub in Leominster with a large selection of real ales including the ever popular Butty Bach, it has a free jukebox, sports TV coverage and a pleasant crowd ranging from teenagers to pensioners. If you order a prawn baguette from the lunchtime menu and its served up by a young lady named Laura, make certain she's put the rose marie sauce in!
dred_scott - 14 Aug 2011 21:41
A couple of very good Wye Valley ales were had here. If others thought it was pokey....try going when Man U are playing Liverpool on the box!! Thankfully now smoke free.
LickeyEndBooze - 30 Mar 2008 10:17
A decent friendly pub close to town. Reasonable Real Ale from the Wye Valley brewery despite being a Punch tavern. The food was of Pub meal variety and vast in quantity. A good place to try.
imdownthepub - 2 Jun 2007 18:49
an ok pub, very poky and no where to sit, only needs 30 people and its packed. loud, smoky but very clean. attracts all ages thats nice.
anonymous - 17 Apr 2007 22:57

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