Following extensive refurbishment in 2016, The Bell Inn at Kennett is now home to 10 B&B rooms above its popular pub and restaurant. The 16th century coaching inn is believed to have been a frequent haunt of highwayman Dick Turpin and is known locally as a hotspot for ghostly activity. A visiting Medium in 2004 told of four ghosts in the building and the inn even appeared on an episode of Most Haunted the following year.
10 en-suite rooms, all recently refurbished.
On the doorstep and nearby
The main pull of Newmarket is the horse racing, and The Bell Inn is ideally situated just five miles away from the famous racecourse. Two of the five British Classic Races are held at Newmarket, as are numerous racing days and the July Festival. However, the town is also home to a variety of independent shops and a great selection of restaurants and bars. In less than half an hour you can reach Cambridge, where you’ll find the beautiful university, the Botanical Gardens and Ely Cathedral.
Worth staying in for ...
Why eat anywhere else when The Bell Inn has such a mouthwatering selection of food? Be sure to sample one of the delicious desserts from the extensive menu.
Need to know
Children under 18 must be supervised at all times. Unfortunately pets are not allowed. Please bear in mind that The Bell Inn is known as a hotspot for ghostly activity.