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The Ten Bells, Stonham Aspal - pub details

Address: The Street, Stonham Aspal, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 6AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18307) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Needham Market (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Ten Bells, Stonham Aspal

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Clivers - 1 Sep 2013 18:59
Our M/C club went to this pub for Sunday lunch. It was a first class experience. Huge variety on the menu, nice to find an open air on a cold,wet day. Thoroughly recommended.
motorcyclist - 27 Sep 2010 10:24
I was looking for a pub which might have Earl Soham Beers. A bit strange coming in and the bar being half obscured by the staircase. Even stranger was a huge and aged air conditioning unit that was right above the spot where one stood to order beer. It was almost at head height and I felt I was going to be "beamed up" any second. Good steak decent beer and draught cider and an absolute delight of a young waitress who thought everything was wonderful and to work in a pub was the greatest career in the world!
Cibalia - 11 Feb 2010 14:41
In need of a decent beer and some bargain food, I picked this roadside country pub near Stowmarket out of the Good Beer Guide given some glowing reports on both counts. Whilst there was nothing especially adverse about the pub, it didnt really impress to any great degree. 3 Ales on offer - the ubiquitous Green King IPA, Bombardier and 1 guest beer (Tom Woods Bomber County on my visit) - no prizs for which I went for. Quality was OK but prices a bit higher than I would have expected. The pub interior is divided into 3 sections, a large public bar with darts, pool and TVs, a rather cramped main bar with, if I recall just 3 tables and barely space for 10 people and an intrusive staircase overhead making it feel a bit like a broom cupboard. Down a couple of steps is the spacious restaurant area that leaves no doubt as to where the pubs bread is buttered. Basic, fairly dated dcor and furnishings throughout with a few old features intact, beamed ceilings and a wonderful large Inglenook fireplace but overall it felt a bit disjointed. As for the food, there was little that appealed from the not particularly varied lunchtime menu and we moved on after a quick pint. There was a large beer garden and on another day I would have been tempted to stay a bit longer but it didnt really fit the bill for us at the time.
RogerB - 28 Aug 2008 15:32
Nice pub two small bars but you dont wait to long to get served. This pub also has an extremely large beer garden. Ideal for a nice summers day.
dgriffin - 12 Jun 2006 13:04

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