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The Bell at Ramsbury

Experience a warm welcome as you enter The Bell at Ramsbury. Part of the Ramsbury Estate, this landmark 300-year-old former coaching inn sits at the heart of Wiltshire’s ‘Best Kept Large Village 2011’. The Bell‘s nine en-suite double bedrooms are affectionately known by their game bird or freshwater fish names – the complete sanctuary for that […]

Experience a warm welcome as you enter The Bell at Ramsbury. Part of the Ramsbury Estate, this landmark 300-year-old former coaching inn sits at the heart of Wiltshire’s ‘Best Kept Large Village 2011’. The Bell‘s nine en-suite double bedrooms are affectionately known by their game bird or freshwater fish names – the complete sanctuary for that overnight stay.  The decoration is sensitive to its origins and yet delivers a calming contemporary finish in soft furnishings, accessories and pampering touches.  All the while, The Bell retains its approachable and friendly link as the heart of the village community through it’s Bar and continental cafe, Cafe Bella. 

This quintessential country pub excels in offering award winning Modern-British fine-dining experience prepared by Head Chef Jonas Lodge, who worked at a number of prestigious restaurants including the Fat Duck and the Hind’s Head in Bray. Jonas believes in preparing ingredients for his menu in-house. These include smoked bacon from locally reared pork, salmon smoked in beech wood, trout cured in beetroot and Ramsbury Estate vodka. For pudding lovers, Gordon Ramsay trained pastry chef Tyrone Hull, from the Hampshire Confectioner, has created some memorable desserts which change as the season progresses. 

Within 10 minutes, enjoy Marlborough, host to the world-famous seat of learning, Marlborough College, and with reputedly the widest high-street in Europe; browse an abundance of ladies fashion boutiques amongst a chic cafe-culture atmosphere.  Equally near is Hungerford, your centre for countryside outfitters, the departure point for narrow boat excursions along the Kennet and Avon Canal or unearth that elusive treasure in one of the many antique shops.
 

 

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The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Wiltshire