The Bell Hotel in burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire has issued a statement denying rumours about the venue closing down.
A statement published on the Hotel’s Facebook page said “it’s come to our attention that rumours are going around that we here at the Bell hotel burgh le Marsh are going/closing, I can reassure you that we’re not going anywhere.
“In fact We have Xmas menus going out this week, alongside various different acts from out of town from now till way into the new year.”
The hotel which is owned by hospitality group Batemans also confirmed on its social media sites that they continue to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines, offering track and trace table service at its guest house restaurant.
Lincolnshire is currently at tier 1 of the Government’s 3 tiered lockdown system, meaning hotels can remain open and pubs can serve guests from different households.
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