The 18th-century Blue Bell in Glinton is an idyllic village pub with real charm – think gnarled oak beams and a cosy log fire. Chef-patron Will and his wife Kelly pride themselves on providing quality cuisine and an inviting ambience. The menu is adorned with a mix of classic and modern British dishes, all of which are prepared with the finest local and seasonal ingredients. The offering changes according to the seasons, but example starters include steamed mussels in cider and tarragon cream. Enticing mains include battered fish and chips, and more adventurous dishes such as tender Gressingham duck breast with fondant potato and glazed fig sauce. Round off your meal with homemade sticky toffee pudding with rich toffee sauce. On Sundays, visit for the hearty roast served with all the trimmings. Behind the bar you’ll find cask and guest ales, as well as a hand-picked list of fine wine and lots of liqueurs. In summer, the spacious garden is great for enjoying a drink in the sun.