Address:

The Blue Bell
57 High Street
Bolsover
Derbyshire
S44 6HF
(01246) 823508
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Hours:

Mon-Sat 12-3.30, 6.30-11; Sun 12-3, 7-10.30  


 

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The Blue Bell  

The pub was built in the mid 1700’s and has real character. Three hundred year old oak beams support the original wattle and daub ceilings.

The Bell is a traditional two roomed pub with up to 6 real ales always on offer.

The beer garden to the rear of the pub has spectacular panoramic views of Derbyshire.

There is no music here. Wednesday nights are quiz night.

"Robert Bond was the landlord back in 1835 but before that things get a little vague. It is rumoured that the place was once a coach house.

In what is now used as a bottle store is still the old hay rack under which is the perfectly preserved manger. Metal tethering hoops still hang from it, one with a piece of old rope still intact. In the wall you can see where the old entrance to the building would have been.

Next door in the “garage” was the old coach mans quarters. Original oak spars supported by the heavier solid beams hold up the wattle and daub floor. Over the past century it has been every landlords dumping ground and one or two of their off springs playgrounds."


 

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beer, beer garden, car park 

 

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Beers:

Up to 6 ales 


 

Accommodation: 

89 Shuttleworth Rd
Bolsover
Chesterfield
S446NX
(01246) 826120


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