With its own moorings on the River Waveney, pleasant gardens and first class restaurant serving a good ‘home cooked’ style of food – this 16th century inn is the place to relax and sample the atmosphere of days gone by!
Built around 1520, parts of the original building is still in use today. It was here that the ferryman had his bell, which was rung to alert him to customers wishing to cross the river. With the erection of the Hobart Bridge, business at the Bell became brisk with the present building showing ample evidence of a substantial 14th century development which indicated increased prosperity! The present Bell Inn has many modern attributes with its bars, 40 plus seat restaurant, gardens and its own moorings on the river Waveney. The Bell provides an ideal location for that special meal in the comfortable restaurant or if you prefer meals can be taken al fresco style during the summer months on the large patio overlooking the river Waveney. Menus are varied, changed regularly and all tastes are catered for including vegetarians. Whatever your requirements the helpful staff will endeavour to make your visit a memorable one.
Sunday – Thursday – 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday – 11:00 am – 11:00pm
Sunday – Thursday – 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday & Saturday – 11:00 am – 9:00 pm