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The Bell at Caerleon

Bulmore Road, CAERLEON, NP18 1QQ

For more than 400 years this 17th-century coaching inn has stood in ancient Caerleon on the banks of the River Usk. Situated close to an ancient Roman burial ground (also believed by some to be the location of King Arthur's Camelot), the pub is particularly well known for its range of local ciders and perrys. It holds annual real ale and cider festivals with barbecues and free entertainment. Local produce drives the menu, which might include ham hock terrine with home-made chutney; seafood gratin; and venison steak with fondant potato, celery, leek and celeriac ragout and a red wine and port jus.

Further information

Tel: 01633 420613
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Principal beers

Wye Valley HPA, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Tiny Rebel Cwtch

Open

All day all week

Facilities

Children welcome.
Garden.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

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M4 junct 25, B4596 signed Caerleon. In Caerleon before river bridge right onto B4238 signed Christchurch. Left into Bulmore Rd (follow brown pub sign)

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