Bell Inn, St. Olaves

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
A fine early 16th century inn that once served a ferry over the River Waveney (now replaced by a bridge) and that claims to be the oldest Broadlands pub, the Bell is a reasonable example of how a fairly large pub in these parts should be run. Although some aspects of how the pub presents itself are fairly generic of country boozers in the south in general, modernization has not stripped the pub entirely of its own character, It caters to locals of all ages and passing tourists (with moorings nearby). In addition to several rooms indoors, characterised by low roofs and oak beams, and a restaurant area, there's a great beer garden outdoors, overlooking the river. Some good beers, friendly service. All fine stuff.
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Beccles Road, St. Olaves, St. Olaves, Norfolk, NR31 9HE
01493 488249
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