Bell Inn

Nottinghamshire - Nottingham

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Listed Status: II

18 Angel Row
Nottingham
NG1 6HL

Tel: (0115) 947 5241

Email: 4637@greeneking.co.uk

Website http://www.bellinnnottingham.co.uk/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/259002127471111

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Nearby Station: Nottingham

Station Distance: 800m

Public Transport: Near Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

The Bell occupies two 15th-century buildings. Inside, most of the surviving historic fittings are in the two small rooms on the first floor where the scheme dates from 1928. Both rooms have fielded panelling. The front one has a fine fireplace with a panelled mantelpiece and colourful windows and there is a good plasterwork ceiling in the back room.

The Bell occupies two 15th-century buildings and is much older than, for instance, the Trip to Jerusalem (despite the latter's spurious claim to be the oldest pub in the country!). Inside, most of the surviving historic fittings are in the two small rooms on the first floor where the scheme dates from 1928. Both rooms have fielded panelling. The front one has a fine fireplace with a panelled mantelpiece and colourful windows and there is a good plasterwork ceiling in the back room. Downstairs, the narrow, flagged central corridor with bars each side (both with counters) represents an unusual arrangement though the fittings in both these bars and the main one in the 1928 rear extension are mostly modern.

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