Small but prettily marked rooms in Hill House. Room 2 has its own shower-room and 5 is in the eaves so not for the taller amongst us and it has a compact bathroom with bath and shower.
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Type Pub B&B
From £70 per room per night
The Bell Inn, set in the lovely historic village of Horndon on the Hill, is a 15th Century Coaching Inn run by the same family for over 75 years.
The two busy bars have the warm, friendly atmosphere of a ‘proper’ pub. There’s an open fire, numerous ales on hand pump and a carefully curated wine by the glass list. In the Bell restaurant, the menu changes daily, using seasonal and local produce where possible. Up the road in the Ostlers Bar and restaurant you will find a modern grill-style menu in a buzzy bistro setting with cocktails in the open plan bar.
The cooking is based on simple ideas where big and bold flavours are king. The menu changes daily and they have always tried to use fresh, local produce where possible. Not just since it became the fashion, but from way back when Christine’s mum ran the kitchen during the Second World War and would use meat from animals kept in what is now the car park. That tradition continues as Stephen Treadwell, the Head Chef, and his team regularly raid Christine’s garden for herbs and vegetables.
The hotel rooms are individually styled, some are large and quite grand and some are small and cosy. All of them have been designed to have their own unique character and to be sympathetic to the age of the building but still have the important mod-cons such as large flatscreen TVs and free WiFi, which is available in every room and in the bars in the pub.
They have three rooms of differing size and aspect available for private hire. They cater for business and social events, from boardroom meetings or small family gatherings right up to larger private parties, corporate away days or business promotions and events such as product launches.