The Bell at Sapperton
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Tucked away in the sleepy village of Sapperton is this fantastic hidden gem of pub, serving up the very finest in fresh, quality dishes with a modern twist. Families, dogs and diners are welcome at all times, with a great beer garden to enjoy in the summer months.
The Bell is a multi award winning country pub that sits between the towns of Stroud and Cirencester in a beautiful and sleepy little village called Sapperton, famous for its stunning countryside, long canal tunnel and association with the 20th Century Arts and Crafts Movement.
Great country pub - nice outdoor area and cosy in the winter. Dog friendly, great Sunday lunch
Award winning country pub. Delicious food. Great place for romantic dinners :) * It's a good idea to reserve a table *
Point of Interest
“You may recognise this unique Elizabethan manor house thanks to its on-screen popularity, with the likes of Poldark, the acclaimed Wolf Hall and BBC’s Lark Rise to Candleford all having filmed here. Built in 1383, just two families have owned Chavenage since Tudor times, making this a fascinating family home with relics dating back to the 17th Century.”
“One of the highest-regarded eating establishments in all of Cirencester is undoubtedly Made by Bob, a multi award-winning restaurant, bar and deli in the town’s centre, serving up incredible breakfasts and lunches daily. Well worth a visit during your stay. Made by Bob also offers a catering service – perfect for a special meal at a Bolthole Retreats holiday rental. ”
“Cote is much bigger than it looks and has seating outdoors at the back e restaurant too”
“A wonderful farm shop and deli a short drive from the village. Great for coffee, fresh eggs, local produce, great food, wine and craft beer. Order from their delicious menu and sit in a yurt next to the Woodburner fire!”
“Cirencester Park & Polo Club - Cirencester, GL7 2BP: Cirencester Park is open to the public free of charge, for visitors on foot and on horseback by kind permission of the 9th Earl and Countess Bathurst, as well as the trustees of The Earl’s Fund. Explore 3000 acres of parkland and woodland on this walk in Cirencester. This extensive park has miles of woodland trails, a large lake and a deer park. You can walk along the wonderful tree lined Broad Ride and visit the 19th century Polo Ground - the oldest in Great Britain. There are also great views into the surrounding Cotswolds countryside. The park entrance is located on the western side of the town centre so is easy to reach. ”