ABOUT THE BELL INN
Walberswick, East Anglia - Coastal Pub & Home Cooked Food
The Bell Inn, Walberswick and The Harbour Inn, Southwold are situated either side of the beautiful River Blyth on the Suffolk coast. The Harbour Inn sits on (and sometimes in) the Southwold side of the river and the Bell Inn is a stunning 600 year old pub overlooking the sand dunes of Walberswick beach and out to sea.
Both pubs are very much tied to the River Blyth, the seaside culture and the quirky outgoing nature of the Adnams brewing town of Southwold, the art-loving village of Walberswick and their people. The Harbour Inn has been a part of the seafaring and fishing life in and around Southwold for centuries and in modern times the sailing community and the general tourism this beautiful area attracts has ensured that this local gem has been traditionally preserved. The Bell Inn is a pub of distinction with not only a great reputation for food, but also as a stay-over destination for a lot of visitors who come to the area walking and enjoying the surroundings.
The Bell Inn is open from 11am - 11pm, 7 days a week.
THE BELL INN