FIRST LOOK: Critics’ choice The Bell Inn opens new boutique bedrooms

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A restaurant has expanded with the launch of eight boutique bedrooms after receiving rave reviews from critics for its food offering earlier in the year.

The Bell opened its doors in December 2017, and now owners Peter Creed and Tom Noest have launched newly-renovated rooms to capitalise on the bed and breakfast market ahead of the shooting season.

Earlier this year, the venue received a rave review from Giles Coren in The Times for its food, with Coren writing: ‘On the final day of 2017, I had not just the best mouthful of the year, but the best mouthful of my life’.

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Now to further strengthen business, Creed and Noest have develop bedrooms that are as ‘comfortable as possible’ to give people a ‘proper treat away’.

Creed runs the 30-cover restaurant, rooms and pub, while Noest is in charge of the kitchen as head chef.

Creed commented: “When we originally found The Bell, 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, and you feel like it is a proper treat away. We tested a fair number of mattresses and we feel we have found the king of all comforts.”

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