The Bluebell is to be found in the village of Attenborough, just outside Nottingham. Built in the 1930’s, it was used during the second World War by officers based in the locality. We are open plan with a neutral colour scheme creating a relaxed environment. There are two fires, one in the bar, the other in the lounge. Meals can be enjoyed from an extensive main menu. With a wide variety of choice there is something for everyone’s taste. The bar area is frequented by the regular locals and passers by who just want to enjoy a sociable drink. You can dine throughout the venue, the restaurant giving you more of a dining venue feel. In the summer time the beer garden is always open, and for shelter in the winter months, smokers can take advantage of the giant heated umbrella. This is a relaxed great venue which is popular for family dining or just a drink. Call in and meet us next time you are in the area.