The Bell at Iden
The Bell at Iden is a traditional village pub dates back, in parts, to the 15th century. Legend has it, that the original building was used as accommodation for the monks that built Iden church. Its is also thought that there is a tunnel between the pub cellar and the church, although this has not been discovered, we do keep our eye out for the vicar turning up in the cellar!
Today, we serve homemade food, real ales, continental lagers, and have a superb wine list. We welcome both well-behaved children and dogs.
We have wonderful beer gardens for enjoying the summer, and a warm cosy snug with a wood burning fire for the wintery nights.
All of our food is homemade. On a Sunday we serve a traditional roast featuring free range beef, we make a vegetarian nut roast too
Roast dinner with all the trimmings £8.95.
We have two delightful letting rooms, which are separate to the pub.
The HAY STORE, and TACK ROOM, in a converted stable block, both have;
· King sized beds, with duvets
· En suite
· Original oak beams
· Tea and coffee making facilities
· Televisions with freeview
· Dogs that are house trained are welcome
A full English breakfast is served in our dinning room, or alfresco on our patio (weather permitting) the choice is yours!
Our Rates for 2009
Kingsize ensuite £69
We ask that you pay for your accommodation upon check in, once you have approved your room.
For bookings, please call us on 01797 280 242
A credit or debit card will be required to secure your booking.
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This page was last updated: 08 August 2011