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The Blue Bell is York's only Grade II* Listed Edwardian Public House. The first pint was pulled in 1798 and it's interior has remained untouched since 1903, allowing you to step back in time and experience a piece of living history first hand...more
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I have been using The Blue Bell for some 30 years which is itself a tribute to how much I enjoy it. The pamphlet 'The Historic Pubs of York' rightly says that it owes much to its refurbishment in 1903! It is tiny (hence the...More
In York called into the blue bell for last drink before home.
Nice pub like going back in time as pubs used to be. Nice pint on Tim’s landlord
Pork pies on the bar they have been there for way to long and warm.
We only found the pub on our second to last day which was a shame as this pub is a gem
The staff treated us like old friends and the other customers were more than happy to chat to us
The beers were well kept...More
In the Blue Bell last night and we had a great time with good beer 🍺.but the landlord was telling his customers that he was leaving due to Punch Taverns wanting more of the slice of cake.I have been going into this for a few...More
This authentic Edwardian public house is unique!!
Great ales.......definitely a place for ale enthusiasts........where else can you go in York for a quality pint of real ale in a “ proper pub”
No juke box....no mobiles....just a proper pub selling great ale with no distractions......you...More