The Old Bell Inn

Historic Inn in Warminster, Wiltshire

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42 MARKET PLACE
Warminster
Wiltshire
England
BA12 9AN

The Old Bell Inn, Warminster

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Accommodation Description:

The Old Bell was built in 1483 and has seen many different changes over the years. In its present format it offers something for everyone. Situated in the Centre of The Historic Market Town of Warminster, The Old Bell offers 15 ensuite Bedrooms, comprising of 2 Single, 1 Twin, 2 Family and 10 Double Rooms.

With Good Home cooked Food available from 7.30am till 2.30pm and 6pm-9.30pm Monday to Thursday and from 8am-7pm on the weekend we can cater for many different tastes. On the Weekend The Old Bell becomes the liveliest Pub in Warminster with a late license and disco till the early Hours. (Please bear this in mind when booking for a weekend night as it can be very busy and quite loud till the wee small hours.) The Old Bell is a great place to stay if you want to explore the many different Tourist attractions in the surrounding area.

To the west we are only 10 minutes from Longleat Safari Park and twenty Minutes to Bath, and travelling south you can arrive at Salisbury in 40 minutes and Poole and the South Coast in just over an hour. Whatever your reason to stay you will find a warm and friendly welcome from the team and we very much look forward to seeing you on your arrival.

 2 star rating

From: £60.00

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