The Bell Inn
Inn Control take away the hassle and stress from our financial decisions and allow us to focus on the decisions that really matter to the growth of our business. We recommend Inn Control wholeheartedly…
About the pub
Rob and Jodie Gregory warmly welcome you to The Bell Inn, set in the beautiful village of Great Bourton, near Banbury.
The Bell Inn offers an inviting, relaxing ‘home from home’ serving Cask Marque accredited Hook Norton Ales, 30 hand selected gins (our favourite part!) and locally sourced food that supports Oxfordshire farmers.
A warm and friendly atmosphere awaits you, whether you are visiting for a special occasion, a date-night, Sunday lunch, or just a pie & a pint after work. The comfortable and relaxed seating, spacious garden, and friendly staff will soon make this traditional village pub your favourite place to be.
The Bell Inn was originally thatched and attached to a cottage which stuck out into the road. It was rebuilt in the 1920s after a fire. Hidden away in the ridge of the roof on both the northern and southern sides of the pub are Hook Norton beer bottles built into the brickwork.
The village of Great Bourton has much to offer the visitor including a bell tower which is detached from the church. It is said that there are only two other places in England where the church bell tower is sited away from the church.
You will always receive a warm welcome as you enter The Bell Inn in Great Bourton. The newly refurbished Bell brings a seasonal menu boasting Meat, Vegetarian and Vegan dishes alike. The traditional Inn welcomes dogs in the bar (there will always be a treat waiting for them!) and we look forward to meeting new customers. We pride ourselves on quality service, a friendly atmosphere and freshly cooked food. If you have any specialist dietary requirements just give us a ‘bell’.
“Inn Control take away the hassle and stress from our financial decisions and allow us to focus on the decisions that really matter to the growth of our business. We recommend Inn Control wholeheartedly…”