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Bell Inn
Main Street
Ash
Somerset

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The Bell Inn offers an inviting and relaxed venue for you to come and enjoy our home cooked seasonal cuisine along with a choice of wine, beer or spirit, whilst enjoying the comfortable surroundings that this pub can offer you. Our inglenook fireplace and old characterful charm invite you to come and sit with us for a while. Perhaps whilst you enjoy, your children may like to play in our pub garden, supervised of course. It is however secure and seperated from our car park ensuring safety at all times. Our function room offers the facility for you to host a family re-union maybe, a wedding annivesary, birthday party or similar. We offer private hire of our function room at very reasonable prices and can assist you further by offering either buffet style food or formal 3 course home cooked cuisine, along with your very own private bar to serve refreshments. As a speciality, we have a 1 acre paddock at the rear of our premises, immediately beside our car park, a perect venue for you to stage your wedding reception, a local club meeting, a fete, all things considered; simply give us a ring to discuss your requirements. We would be pleased to see you here at The Bell Inn, we offer: - Great Beer Great Food Great Atmosphere Pub Garden Children Welcome Off Road Parking Live Music Function Room Private Parties Outside Bars A wealth of character and charm

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