A WARM WELCOME TO
THE BLUE BELL SMALLWOOD
The earliest reference to Smallwood appears in the Tabley family manuscripts dated 1209 as Smelewode and in 1727 The Blue Bell was a farmstead & alehouse, and it was owned by William Timmis Esq. Read More . . .
What our customers say
Some lovely testimonials from some lovely customers . . . .
“Lovely .food delicious staff lovely thank you we are so full we need an afternoon nap.”Sue 5*
“Really friendly staff…. Food was delicious and the cheesecake was amazing!!”Natalie 5*
“First Class, We love it, Sunday lunches, are a must !!!”Steve 5*
“Called in originally for as drink, however, when we went in and read the menu we decided to stay. Family of five fed for about £50 including drinks, can’t be bad. Portions were a good size, so no room (or comment) on desserts. Wonderfully seasoned and well cooked. ”bericd 5*
“I visited the Bluebell Inn as I hadn’t been for years and it was a lovely surprise. Big menu, not too expensive and everything we ordered was delicious! Friendly staff too, will be back there soon 🙂 ”Katherine B 5*