CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE Peterborough & District Branch
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Bluebell, Helpston, Cambridgeshire (Public house) - Open
Address:
10 Woodgate
   
Helpston
   
PETERBOROUGH
   
Phone:
(01733) 252394
Hours:
11-3, 5-11 Mon-Fri; 11-11 Sat; 12-10.30
   
Sun
Food:
12-2; 6-8.30 Mon-Thu; 5-9 Fri-Sat; 12-4
   
Sun
Beers:
Castor 12th Man [H]
   
Cottage Air Supremacy [H]
   
guest beers [H]
   
This pub sells beer from a local brewery.

Stone-built 17th century pub which has the site of the old village blacksmiths to the rear. The poet John Clare worked in the pub as a pot boy over 200 years ago and lived next door where there is now a dedicated museum. An extension has added a further dining area to the pub's existing two bar and snug areas. Four handpumps, with two changing guest ales. This popular, quiet pub is very welcoming. Reopened in June 2014 after a refurbishment which saw the bar counter area being more open, a roof being put over the former glass conservatory restaurant and the pub being redecorated. There are plans for five guest rooms. Children welcome until 7pm. House beer Early Doors brewed by Cottage.
Real fireQuiet roomFamily roomGarden/Outdoor areaLunchtime mealsEvening mealsSeparate public barDisabled accessPub on bus route - Route(s): Routes: Delaine 201 - Distance: 50ParkingSmoking areaReal cider available - Types: Summer onlyRestaurantFunction room - Details: All Function typesDog friendlyTVWiFi
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