The Bell , in Berkshire has been around since 1340. It has been in
the same family for 200 years with the present landlord being there
for thirty of them. The pub is famous for locally brewed beers and hot
crusty rolls. Arkells Ales, West Berkshire Brewery plus Upton Cider
from Oxfordshire are served in perfect condition. The pub is
surrounded by good walking country and is some 500 foot up right on
the line of the Ridgeway. The Bell has won many
awards for its beer, service and sandwiches!
Opposite the pub is the village well. There is a very pleasant garden
at the side of the pub. Children are welcome but are restricted to the
tap room, (on the left as you enter) and the garden but not in the
serving area(bar). Look out for geese in the car park behind the pub.
Mobile phones are not allowed in the bar but are allowed in the tap room and garden. Signal strength is minimal on most networks.
Important - this pub is closed on Mondays, Except Bank Holidays
Open All Year 11am to 3pm, and 6pm to 11pm, Sundays noon-3, 7-10:30. Closed Dec 25th.
Aldworth village is well signposted from all directions and is on the B4009 Newbury to Streatley road. Nearest Motorway M4 J12. The Postcode is RG8 9SE.