About

Sitting on the banks of the River Tees, the Blue Bell commands an enviable position overlooking the river and has done so since the early 1700s. During this time the former coaching inn has gone through many transformations including one extension which incorporates a beam which was once part of the original Yarm Bridge.

It now boasts a new fully refurbished interior, two outside decking areas, a huge patio and an even larger beer garden.

Today the pub is renowned as one of the best drinking and eating establishment in the North East and has many accolades to warrant the reputation. A varied selection of draught and bottled beers, lagers and ciders are always available and we stock, probably, the biggest selection of wines available in any pub in the area. Added to the soft drink selection there is something for everyone’s taste.

The food menu is acknowledged as the jewel in the crown and only fresh produce, supplied by local suppliers, is used. The choice is huge and ranges from steaks, mixed grills and sauce dishes to the local “delicacy” our hugely popular Parmo. There is also a children’s menu, desserts and a wide selection of coffee.

Operated by Mart’Inns the Blue Bell has not forgotten its local roots and occasionally holds ‘Live Music’ nights featuring local artists, quizzes BBQs and is proud to be one the the biggest contributors to local charity.



Facilities

Eat Out to Help Out


Location

663 Yarm Rd Stockton-on-Tees TS16 0JF

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