We hope that you enjoy your visit with us. Our ethos is to combine a great village pub that serves quality food, great wines, real ales with good service too.
Not to forget that we like to keep things a little more relaxed and informal. We are always careful with our menu sourcing and we make sure we only use quality seasonal ingredients at all times.
Glinton is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and at one time had a total of 6 ale-houses. Today the Blue Bell is Glinton’s only remaining village pub. At the front stands the old Fire Station
which is now the Village Chemist. The Firemen drew water from the pond beside, which is still visible as a depression.
St Benedict’s Church spire was built in the 15th century and is celebrated with the poem ‘Glinton Spire’ by John Clare. Urban myth has it that the mooning gargoyle bearing his buttocks one
the Church’s South side was an angry stonemason’s protest of his low pay and gained revenge for his bosses comments of poor workmanship. When you visit us be sure to take a look!
The Blue Bell is situated at the heart of Glinton, north of Peterborough. The pub sits back from the road and is opposite the very distinct 12th century St Benedict’s church.
10 High Street, Glinton, Peterborough PE6 7LS
Call 01733 252285
11.30am to 11.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
11.30am to 00:00am Friday, Saturday.
11.30am to 8.00pm Sunday.
12pm to 2.30pm & 6pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday
12pm to 4.30pm on Sundays - Kitchen closed Sunday evenings