Open Daily for food:
12 - 2.30 pm Mon - Fri
6 - 9pm, 9.30pm Fri
Saturday 12 - 3 pm, 6 - 9.30 pm
Sunday 12 - 4pm
Closed Sunday Evening
Open Daily for food:
- Disabled Access
About The Bell, Sapperton
Award winning pub in stunning Cotswolds village of Sapperton, between Stroud and Cirencester.
Privately owned by experienced foodies, Chris Wright and Peter Austen. Menu changes seasonally with daily specials. Specialising in fresh, regional, British produce and simple favourites including a range of pies and sausages.
Wine shop on site, bottles to take away or with just £10 extra per bottle to drink in. Cocktails a speciality, with cocktail hour 9.30 pm to 10.30 pm on Saturdays.
Love this pub , so lucky to be a local so we can come do often. Lovely staff , very accommodating. Always very good food. Will be back soon.
Beautiful spring evening.
Lovely table by a roaring log fire; menu that makes choosing difficult in the best way; attentive, courteous service; delicious and expertly prepared food. Thank you!
Great food, and excellent wine. So lucky to live nearby. The wine wall is a stroke of genius, and a reason to go alone!
Great food and service and good to see a changing menu, and would welcome even more fish specials if possible.
Regularly visit and always lovely
Impressed that a special meal was created for a vegan/gluten free member of our party. All food was very tasty...if I’m being picky, the quality of the chicken in the pie could have been better and maybe more meat free options on the menu would give more of a balance, but overall very good as usual. Always a good atmosphere and a joy to visit.
Great atmosphere, service and food 👍🏻
The bell is our favourite. Great food, ambience and service and excellent wine. Summer and winter it is always welcoming. Love it. !
As always, a lovely meal at the Bell, the service is great, atmosphere relaxed, and the food delicious. I’ve recommended it to loads of my friends! Please keep doing what you’re doing :-)
Chicken in red wine was very disappointing, lacked taste, small portion of boney chicken. Service is efficient but lacking personality.
Whilst appreciating that the Bell is dog friendly, we did not expect to have two unrestrained animals jumping up on us upon arrival. My steak and kidney pie was good, but the other three members of our party chose the chicken in red wine which, upon arrival, looked more like a cassoulet and not particularly appetising. In addition it had very little flavour. I would add that this is our third visit to your establishment and by far the least satisfying.
The kidneys on toast took my in-laws back to being children again, they absolutely loved it! Service was excellent. Online booking system worked well. Father-in-law thought the steak a little tough but he is a bit fussy and ordered it to be well-done so I think you can safely ignore that! The rest of us had a perfect lunch outing. Thank you all very much indeed.
Excellent food as usual.
The pub and atmosphere was good. The food was expensive for what it was particularly the fish. The beer was not well kept. Overall a disappointing visit this time
Fantastic Service, Great Food can't wait to go back already!
My go to pub in the area. The food is always amazing, the service is great and the dog loves it.
Excellent service, food and the private room was wonderful. We'll be back
Kate and I haven't been to the any pub around here for some time; because every time we went; we came back extremely frustrated. Most pubs around here just don't get it right. Bad food; bad service; bad attitude; bad beer; bad atmosphere; bad staff. Often with a total lack of imagination and totally overpriced for what you get.. They try to be more than they are and emphasis on the food while neglecting the other vital components to run a successful welcoming gastro-pub. This is the Cotswolds. The Countryside. The Bell understands this and has the Balance absolutely right. We had a lovely time. The Service was outstanding. Friendly; organized; welcoming, caring and fast. They are really a tide team and know what they are doing. The food was to die for . We had sausages and mash. I always go for the traditional food; the first time I go to a new pub. It tells you a lot about the cook. We were not disappointed. We got simple honest food at the highest Quality in terms of ingredients; taste and presentation. Absolutely delicious and generous. The atmosphere was warm; light and relaxed. The ambient was the right tasteful mixture between tradition and functionality. A very clear layout and not cramped at all. The Bell in Sapperton pulls all the right registers and can only be highly recommended. We will be back at least once a month. The Bell gives real hope for the British pub trade. Well done!! Reinhold Maria Binder
Excellent - it is almost as if the original owners had returned with some minor tweaks that improved it all. We haven't been for a while but the Bell is firmly back on the 'must do' list at the weekends again.
Fabulous food washed down with an excellent pint of White Knight!
My friend and I enjoyed a delightful and unhurried dinner at The Bell, which was my first visit. The restaurant has a lovely atmosphere, and the staff made us feel very welcome. Our food was very enjoyable (fish and duck): good ingredients, nicely cooked, and not overly complex, and our wine was excellent. My friend remarked on what an imaginative and tasty duck dish she was served. Deserts were very nice too, and we felt full after two courses. We really appreciated being able to spend a couple of hours over dinner and not feel any sense of being rushed. We shall be going back to The Bell soon.
Main course lovely... disappointed with pudding. It was nothing like expected from the description and over priced. Lovely atmosphere and friendly helpful staff.
My Sunday lunch was slightly disappointing as it was only lukewarm and a dish of cauliflower came in an extremely hot metal dish but the veg was still cold.