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The Bell, Standerwick - pub details

Address: Rudge Road, Standerwick, Frome, Somerset, BA11 2PT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12131) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dilton Marsh (2.3 miles), Westbury (2.7 miles), Frome (3.3 miles)

Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse

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We were afforded a warm welcome when we stopped on the way to Bath. My ploughman's was excellent (Best coleslaw I've ever tasted!) and all our party reported their food was first class. A range of Hall and Woodhouse beers on offer, but I can't comment on the quality as I was driving. (The man on the next table did say his Fursty Ferrett was fairly decent!).
I would definitley call in again if I am this way.
copnorsteve - 16 Sep 2011 15:44
Went as a party of 5, and a 10 month year old. Staff were pleasent and friendly.

Food was good, and well priced, however the starters could have been a little bit bigger, or cheaper!

The staff were most occomadating, proving a bowl of hot water to warm a jar of baby food, an a mixed grill that was not on the menu!

Overall a great way to celebrate my mums 50th
phill85 - 21 May 2010 18:03
One day this oub will be mine (we can all dream). As a roadside eating house it has the potential to be one of the best. Between May and June 2008 it had a temporary manager who absolutley turned the place around (where is he now I ask?). With the right operator (like the afore mentioned individule. Anyone know his name?) this place can 'fly'. 10/10. If your afyter food in a pleasent atmosphere with ample parking, this is the place.
wolvesfan - 29 Dec 2009 11:41
This pub has had a string of managers who have not lasted very long and have not done much to make anything of the place. However, my daughter told me that new people had taken over and she was impressed by the food and atmosphere. So, on a whim I decided to give it another try as I had not been in the place for many years. I am pleased to say that the landlords welcome was friendly and attentive. Three live beers, all well kept, and the food tasty, well presented and reasonably priced. It is not a cosy village pub but is clean and spacious. It has a large garden which I think would be nice to sit out in with the children in good weather.
prinny - 12 Jun 2009 14:25
Disapointed, stopped for a drink and although beer overpriced the food looked good.
we returned 2 weeks later for a meal which to say the least was just pasable.the reason i write this is because i wrote a letter to the manager and head chef and never replied. even when we mentioned it in the pub at the time they just sent the waitrese. on a whole a disapointing experience.....
sknight - 15 May 2009 15:25

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