Welcoming front of house. Warm log fire. Choice of local beverages. Great for relaxed and tasty Sunday lunch. Avoid being turned away ... best to book in advance.
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Returning through Herefordshire I drove through the tiny village of Bosbury last Sunday at lunch time seeing the advert for their Sunday Roast Carvery,I arrived at exactly midday and sat at the bar having a Guiness and asking with hope to join the lunch.The kindly...More
Driving around looking at the area and found this gem. Loved the food and the publican was very welcoming. Highly recommend this old coaching inn.
Went with the family to our favourite carvery and had a superb experience. Succulent beef, a wonderful selection of vegetables, pots of gravy and great beer (Butty). Family's puds looked nice and we finished with out Americanos and hot milk. Fully tummies all round and...More
Good fresh food, freshly made and prepared, well kept beer, good service, friendly welcome in a beautiful period ale house.
Friday evening. Blustery autumn evening. Very warm welcome. Good selection of nicely kept real ales. Menu - nice choice of traditional selections, reasonably priced. And then it got even better. On inquiring as to what type of pasty topped the steak & ale pie, we...More
Lovely gem of a pub in pretty village location opposite the church. Unfortunately we did not have time to sample the food available but what we saw looked impressive. We were welcomed by bar staff and locals alike and the atmosphere was brilliant. Outside area...More
The Bell Inn has always been a mainstay of Bosbury, and Dave and Lisa have made it even more of an asset to the village over the last twelve months. The pub has a very homely atmosphere, with half of it being a bar area...More
Called in for lunch - excellent service and friendly staff. Good value - will visit again if in area.