"A gem of a village pub"
Sitting in Cambridgeshire but only a few miles from the Lincolnshire borders, the Bluebell Inn started life as an 18th - century brewhouse with workshops for the blacksmith, wheelwright and carpenter plying their trades to the local farming community. It retains much of its original charm and the workshops now form four guest rooms.
On entering you're welcomed by the bar which forms the heart of the pub. A flagged stone floor leads through to the dog friendly front bar with open fireplace, wooden games on the tables, and makes for a cosy, comfortable spot to enjoy a drink or food with friends (or strangers). The light and airy dining room looks out onto the courtyard.
The Bluebell is a proper village pub, privately owned, where you'll find a great range of good cask ales and a huge shelf of gins!
We like to think we run an informal place for people who, like us, like to meet, eat, drink and talk in a relaxed friendly atmosphere.