The Bell Inn

Historic Inn in Frampton-on-Severn, Gloucestershire

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The Bell Inn The Green
Frampton-on-Severn
Gloucestershire
England
GL2 7EP

The Bell Inn, Frampton-on-Severn

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The Bell Inn lies at the top of the longest green in England at the centre of the beautiful village of Frampton on Severn Offering a selection of Fine Foods Local Ales and an excellent Wine List with a selection of rooms each reflecting the different villages in the Severn Vale why not enjoy a meal drink and take a chance to wake-up in these wonderful surroundings Stay the night in our luxurious 4 star Bed & Breakfast at The Bell Inn. All of our rooms and suites include a continental breakfast with tea & coffee making facilities televisions and are all en-suite.

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From: £60.00

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