The Olde Bell
Hurley, Berkshire, England
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About The Olde Bell
The Olde Bell is a modernised 5-star coaching inn providing Ilse Crawford designed restful rooms with a rustic elegance. Some parts date back as far as 1135 and it has kept some of its original design features. See below for recommended towns and attractions near The Olde Bell.
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The Olde Bell Postcode: SL6 5LX
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