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The Blue Bell Inn in Cheshire

The Blue Bell Inn is located in three acres of land just off The A41 between Chester (17miles to the North) and Whitchurch (3 miles to the South) sign posted to “Bell o’th’ Hill” the oldest part of the pub dates back to approximately 1550 with the main body of the pub being completed in 1667. The Blue bell has all of the internal features you would expect to find in a timber framed building of this date, including real coal fires, one of which is set in one of the largest working chimneys in Cheshire. A priest hole and a number of articles which have been recovered from within the wall structure are on show, plus stories of a ghost in the form of a duck which is sealed in a bottle and buried in the bottom step of the cellar. Five pitches with electricity for travelling caravans within the grounds.
The beers, we serve some of this area’s finest locally brewed real ales if these are not your cup of tea then you have the choice from Guinness, Becks & carling lager, Strongbow dry cider and to great real ciders Black Bart and double D and in the summer months real cider. We keep a good section of white and red wines and of course coffee and tea.
Our food menu is based on traditional English fare with specials prepared daily
We hope that you will take time to come and find us in our great little pub which just happens to be one of Cheshire’s oldest and friendliest pubs.


Ginette and Jerry

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