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Bell at Boxford
Lambourn Road
Boxford
Berkshire

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A traditional ĎInn of distinctioní with FREE WIFI personally run by Paul and Helen Lavis, who have been your hosts for the past 21 years. Our trademark is a relaxing informal approach to make your visit an enjoyable experience.The Good Pubís Millennium Wine Pub of the Year, besides offering an extensive wine list, boasts 11 shower en-suite modern bedrooms; a cosy Bar with log fires and Real Ales and an a la Carte Restaurant providing a relaxing environment for all your needs.Our food boasts both Bar and Bistro menus. Changing daily, the blackboard menus reflect the best the Market can offer. An extensive bar menu featuring home made pies and pastas and we are known for our excellent 100% pure beef burgers!The Inn has FREE WI-FI allowing you to download information from the net at Broadband speeds anywhere within the Inns grounds. From the restaurant to the heated Terraces. From the Bar to the bedrooms all at no cost.4 Miles from Newbury, Hungerford and Lambourn located on the Lambourn Road in the peace and quiet of the Countryside. Ideally situated for Newbury Businesses and the Racecourse along with the beautiful Lambourn Valley.4 Golf Courses, both Course and Trout fishing, Riding and Shooting are all local amenities.

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