The Bell Inn Langford wins at The Times 100 best British hotels awards

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
10 January 2019 | Updated 10 January 2019

UK: Opened in December 2017, the newly renovated eight bedrooms at The Bell Inn Langford won The Times 100 best British hotels within just 6 months of launching.

Peter and Tom were selected as Marina O'Loughlin and Giles Coren's favourite 100 Restaurants in 2018.  In October they were also awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for serving high quality food at a reasonable price.  

In September 2018, Marina O'Loughlin and Giles Coren, said: "best little food pub in the world? Probably."

The Times best British Hotels said in October 2018: "The Cotswolds is not short of fancy pubs with rooms, but this revitalised 17th-century inn in Langford, near Burford, offers something genuinely different."

Peter Creed, general manager, said: "When we originally found The Bell Inn we wanted a place with character and this place certainly ticks those boxes. One of the main objectives for us when developing the rooms was to make sure they were as comfortable as possible with stylish interiors and great natural English toiletries. We tested a fair number of mattresses and we feel we have found the king of all comforts."

Tom said: "As the head chef at The Bell Inn I enjoy cooking different seasonal food all year round and I take as much pride in my breakfast menu as all of the other menus we offer."

The Bell also offers their main pub which includes - The bar which sits next to the restaurant with cosy corners and a traditional flag stoned floor, seating 25 comfortably. Next door is the 35-cover restaurant which is situated next to the kitchen where the woodfired oven lives.

Dolly Alderton commented in The Sunday Times in July 2018: "Every mouthful is, to my mind, heavenly. And I didn't even have to die to eat it." 

 

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