Please note that we rely on your punctuality when booking a meal with us and politely ask that you let us know if you are running late for your reservation (over 15 minutes).  If we haven’t heard from you by this time, we may have to release the table you have reserved.  Should you need to cancel your Restaurant reservation, please let us know in good time so we can give the opportunity to someone else. 

The Restaurant’s dress code is smart/casual, whereas the front of the restaurant, near the bar, is more relaxed. 

Due to the Restaurant layout, we do not offer tables for more than 6 people and cannot accommodate large parties across multiple tables.  If you would like to reserve a table for more than 6, please enquire about hiring our beautiful, private dining room.

Please note, we will require bank card details in order to secure bookings of 6 and over.

We have limited the amount of the indoor tables available and, even though we have a lovely outside seating area, unfortunately we cannot always rely on the Welsh weather, so therefore do not reserve tables outside!  However, if the garden is open (late spring, summer and early autumn), on arrival, guests are welcome to enquire about available tables.

Children are most welcome at The Bell.  However, only children over the age of 8 may dine in the restaurant. 

DOGS – Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the front of the Restaurant (near the bar) and on the garden terrace, if it is open. 

GETTING HERE – If you require a taxi, we suggest that you book one in advance to avoid disappointment. Unfortunately, there isn`t a taxi company based in Skenfrith, so it might be useful to visit : to organise one.

We are closed all day Monday and Tuesday. However, lunch is served from 12pm to 2.30pm Wednesday to Saturday.  On Sundays, we serve a traditional roast lunch from 12pm until 3pm and close afterwards.  

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