The Blue Bell is York's smallest Public House with the only Grade II* Listed original Edwardian décor in the city.
The Blue Bell prides itself on being the smallest pub in York, but with the biggest heart. It has a Grade II* Listed, untouched Edwardian interior dating to 1903 and is included in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. The Blue Bell is also CAMRA's York Pub of the Season for Winter 2016/17.
With seven Cask Ales, two ciders and a great wine list to choose from it's difficult not to have a wonderful time in this quintessentially traditional English pub. Don't be expecting TV screens, music, games machines, cocktails or an extensive food menu - this pub is a proper pub for proper pub people. Our friendly atmosphere is second to none, helped by the House Rules of No Swearing, Shouting, Noisy Groups, Stags/Hens and Under 18s. So if you want to take a step back in time, enjoy a couple of award-winning ales and experience a proper English pub, The Blue Bell has everything you need.