The Bell Tree pub/restaurant Reviews
Description:Chain of Pubs
Newest Review: ... around half an hour a couple of tables were free inside, but we were enjoying sitting outside watching the sunset and so didn't bother going inside to find a table until around 8.30pm and by this time there were a few tables available. I thought from the outside that The Bell Tree looked like a cosy place to eat and drink and my opinion did not change once we got inside. Wooden tables and ... more
Customer The Bell Tree pub/restaurant Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/08/11, updated on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 201 readings)
On a recent trip to Inverness, we stayed over one night in Dundee at one of the Premier Inns there. The Bell Tree pub/restaurant is next door to the Premier Inn and we decided to pay a visit. Situated on the A92 to Arbroath, The Bell Tree is a modern dining venue built in the Chef & Brewer style which advertises a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Previous to our visit here, I had no experience of a Chef & Brewer pub restaurant, but from the outside it certainly looked inviting enough, a large cosy-looking stone building with wooden tables and chairs set outside. The setting is ideal, on the outskirts of Broughty Ferry and set away from the busy ... Read the complete review
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