Mid Anglia

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Pubs in our area

Mid Anglia Branch real ale pubs

  • Alburgh
    • Grain Brewery Tap Room Bar Telephone(01986) 788884 South Farm Alburgh IP20 0BS

      The Taproom opens again 3rd March - Friday& Saturday 12 noon - 7pm. Beer can be bought and collected from the brewery 10-4 weekdays and until 6 on Fridays. Beer is also available via Click and Collect. The Taproom Tours days take place on the last Saturday of each month, Music and food on Saturdays. New Hop Harvest Festival 23 September 12 - 8pm

  • Bacton
    • Bull Telephone(01449) 781983 Church Rd Bacton IP14 4LJ

      Thatched, listed building which was once a Victorian brew house owned by Charles Woods. The building dates from the 17th century. The split level bar and large restaurant area have been much improved throughout to a high standard.

  • Badwell Ash
    • White Horse Telephone(01359) 258200 The Street Badwell Ash IP31 3DP

      Timber framed local retaining a Lacons sign. Part of the building survived the Great Fire of Badwell Ash in 1723, while the bar was rebuilt after the fire. This village pub has undergone a first class restoration. To the right on entry is the stables restaurant incorporating many features of stables and decorated with items of riding kit. To the left is the smaller bar with high tables and a log burner. Through to the lounge bar with tables and comfortable seating and two log burners.

  • Banham
    • Banham Barrel Telephone(01953) 888593 The Appleyard, Kenninghall Road Banham NR16 2HE

      Warm, comfortable single bar pub. The building was originally built as a cowshed then adapted to make cider. The Barrel reopened in 2017 under new management with some internal refurbishment to brighten and contemporise the place and is now a drinking place and independent music venue in the heart of Norfolk. A place to meet, drink and stay a while, dogs and drinkers are very welcome.

  • Bardwell
    • Dun Cow Telephone(01359) 250806 Up St Bardwell IP31 1AA

      A traditional pub in a pleasant village set in the Suffolk countryside the pub has two bars and offers speciality food nights. Six real ales are available at weekends. Party bookings taken and coaches welcome if booked in advance. Covered smoking area. Large family area in garden. The restored village windmill makes for attractive photos and has occasional threshing open days.

    • Grumpy Goat Telephone(01359) 352597 Spring Road Bardwell IP31 1AB

      This bar was previously a club (formed in 2007 and closed in Feb 2020). The bar usually has up to four real ales on at once. They serve food on Saturday evening and also have a traditional cider in the cellar.

  • Barningham
    • Royal George Telephone(01359) 221246 Church Road Barningham IP31 1DD

      Characterful, thatched building in centre of village with many old beams & huge inglenook fireplace. Outside drinking area & extensive, locally produced menu. Occasional erratic opening hours.

  • Botesdale
    • Greyhound Telephone(01379) 898003 The Street Botesdale IP22 1BS

      Once a coaching in on the London-Norwich road, this no frills pub has lots of character. Bare floorboards, old furniture , old photos and taxidermy exhibits add to the atmosphere. Busy bar, quieter lounge/restaurant and a back room. Occasional live music Fridays, Food speciality is pizzas cooked in the wood-fired oven (not Sun, Mon) Parking is very limited. Free pool table in back room. Hog rolls Sunday lunchtime.

  • Brockdish
    • Old Kings Head Telephone(01379) 668843 50 The Street Brockdish IP21 4JY

      16th century beamed community pub with friendly atmosphere. Family friendly seating bar, standing bar with wood burner, both serving imaginative Italian food from noon. Locally sourced meats and ingredients used where possible. Gluten-free meals and cakes available. Regular music events, usually on a Thursday. Local artists display work in bars and gallery. Mid Anglia CAMRA Norfolk Pub of the Year 2018 and overall winner 2019. Cafe open until noon.

  • Brome
    • Brome Grange Telephone(01379) 870456 A140 Brome IP23 8AA

      Rebuilt in 1950s - note the coat-of-arms on display close to roadside. Known for its extensive menu. reopened November 2012 after 18 months of closure. The Grange seems to have had a chequered history. Between 1962 & December 1967 it was a members' only country club. being re-licensed some time after 1967 with a full license. Photographs of this pub and more up-to-date and detailed information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/98

    • Oaksmere Hotel Telephone(01379) 873940 Rectory Rd Brome IP23 8AJ

      4 Star Country hotel located in the seat of Lord Cornwallis, Baron of Eye. Impressive approach via an avenue of lime trees. Set in seventeen acres of beautiful, landscaped grounds designed by Chelsea gold medal winning landscape architect Thomas Hoblyn and incorporating a cricket square & hot-air balloon launching area. Bar is open to all including non-residents. British Tapas menu available in bar.

  • Burston
    • Crown Inn Telephone(01379) 770710 Mill Road Burston IP22 5TW

      Attractive 16th century Grade II listed pub featuring exposed beams, deep sofas, newspapers and a log fire blazing in the inglenook fireplace. There are two bars, the second bar is now more table space so the overall restaurant area is quite large. A very popular food destination with locally sourced ingredients and booking is very much advised. Drinkers are welcome in the main bar area but there is also lots of outside seating in the garden including a large, covered patio area. Live music on some Sunday afternoons. Annual Beer, Bikes and Bands Festival. Village famous for the Burston School Strike that ran from 1914-1939.

  • Carleton Rode
    • Carleton Rode Social Club Telephone(01953) 788219 Jubilee Hall, Mill Road Carleton Rode NR16 1NQ

      Large club on the outskirts of the village, serving four well-kept ales. Was extensively refurbished in 2020, and has active pool and darts teams, as well as a large garden. Regular annual beer festivals. CAMRA members discount on ale prices. Regular crib nights every Tuesday and Poker every Wednesday Mid Anglia CAMRA Club of the Year 2023

  • Coney Weston
    • Swan Telephone(01359) 221900 Thetford Road Coney Weston IP31 1DN

      The current building is about a century old, though there has been a pub on this site for many centuries. The original building burned down. Pub has its own Bowls Club. Food ordered from full menu. Camping/Caravan stopover (by arrangement), coaches welcome (by arrangement).

  • Debenham
    • Woolpack Telephone(01728) 860516 49 High St Debenham IP14 6QN

      Small one bar pub with steps up from road and a wooden floor. Until recent years was still licensed as a beer house. Lots of horse brasses, village photographs and miniature bottles on display in bar area. Two TVs used for terrestrial sport TV. Keenly priced homed cooked food. Darts team. Occasional live music,karaoke and quiz nights. Splendid view of church from patio to rear of pub and bell ringers use pub after practice sessions on Tuesdays. Under new management December 2022

  • Diss
    • Ampersand Brew Tap Telephone(01379) 643944 27-31 Sawmills Road Diss IP22 4GG

      Brewery Tap for Ampersand Brew Co. Three cask ales e.g. The Cap Bitter + up to 12 keg Ampersand ales and lagers. Note that the opening times of the shop are Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Food is in-house by Burger Jam. Sunday roasts noon - 3pm and regular once a month Saturday Brunch 10am to 2pm (bookings only). Regular live music and DJ nights. Weekly bottle share night. Several special beer festival weekends organised throughout the year during the including Oktoberfest. Brewery tours/tastings available via booking.

    • Cock Inn Telephone(01379) 643633 63 Lower Denmark Street Diss IP22 4BE

      Grade II listed pub dating from 1520 which faces a large green on the outskirts of this market town. The bar serves four distinct drinking areas furnished with a range of sofas and wooden tables and chairs. On cold nights a large log fire welcomes customers. Normally serves three ales all direct from barrels stored in the air-conditioned cask room behind the bar.

    • Corn Hall Telephone(01379) 652241 10 St Nicholas Street Diss IP22 4LB

      Bar in the Corn Hall, open from 6.30 on event days, four or ve nights per week including live performance, film showings and relays of live performances. The Corn Hall reopened in 2018 after a major refurbishment with Grain Brewery running the bar. Best to check if the bar is open before venturing to this venue.

    • Greyhound Telephone(01379) 651613 9 St. Nicholas Street Diss IP22 4LB

      Refurbished in 2022 and with new tenants at the helm, this Craft Union owned pub currently is drinks only with no food available. Two handpumps with Doom Bar and Timothy Taylor's Landlord as regular beers. Both front and back bars have numerous large screens showing sports but there is also a large outdoor seating area to the rear. Live music or DJ set most weekends.

    • Saracens Head Hotel Telephone(01379) 652853 75 Mount Street Diss IP22 4QQ

      Fine old hotel in the centre of this market town. Well kept beers and very good, home cooked food. This pub was originally the hall of The Weavers Guild and is a legacy that reminiscent of the prosperous past of Diss, when in medieval times it was an important commercial woollen centre. The interior comprise of lots of original beams and mullioned windows in this two-roomed hostelry.

    • Thatcher's Needle Telephone(01379) 658905 33 Park Road Diss IP22 4AS

      New Marstons pub opened October 2013 with outdoor and indoor play area. Very food and family orientated

    • Waterfront Inn Telephone(01379) 652695 43 Mere Street Diss IP22 4AG

      17th century beamed Greene King pub in the centre of Diss. Large single bar with seating areas and doors at the far end which lead to a decked area overlooking the ancient 6 acre Diss Mere (lake). Cosy and comfortable after an extensive but sensitive refurbishment in 2015. A well kept range of GK seasonal and guest beers is available. All ales are now dispensed from an air-conditioned cask room just a few feet away and opposite the bar. May close earlier at weekends

  • Earsham
    • Queens Head Telephone(01986) 892623 Station Road Earsham NR35 2TS

      Situated on Norfolk-Suffolk border, near Bungay, this 17th-century busy locals brewpub has a large front garden overlooking the village green. Main bar has flagstone floor, wooden beams and a large fireplace with a roaring fire in winter. It is home to the Waveney Brewing Co. Food wagon on Fridays. Usually four ales and at least one real cider available. A previous local CAMRA Pub of the Year. Classic vehicles last Saturday of the month Landlord has owned the pub since 1998. Usually four ales and at least one real cider available.

  • Eye
    • Queen's Head Telephone(01379) 870153 7 Cross Street Eye IP23 7AB

      Dating from 1590 and now the only pub in this delightful North Suffolk town with many buildings of character and historical significance. Main bar has wood burning stove, Cross Street bar is in fact a former butchers shop, and there is also a snug bar. Traditional pub food and daily specials served. Family friendly. Breakfasts served 8.30-10.30am. Regular events held. Community events board. Mid Anglia CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2018.

    • Station 1-1-9 Tap Room Progress Way Eye IP23 7HU

      Station 1-1-9 Brewery Taproom selling own beers from Key Keg dispense and bottled selection. Cask real ale not available.

  • Finningham
    • White Horse Telephone(01449) 780243 Station Rd Finningham IP14 4TL

      You are assured of a warm welcome at this traditional, no nonsense village pub where conversation and good beer are the order of the day. Bare floorboards, quarry tiles and stripped pine panelling add to the atmosphere. The pub is 15th Century timber framed with many subsequent extensions. Walkers, cyclists and motorbikes, "get together"or "stopoff spot". Informal camaping and caravan pitches. Functions and events can be accommodated on request. Last Sunday of every month - Pub Quiz. Cider available - Inch's, Angry Orchard and Fire Dancer

  • Fressingfield
    • Swan Telephone(01379) 586280 Harleston Road Fressingfield IP21 5PE

      This 300 year old pub has a rustic feel.

  • Garboldisham
    • Fox Inn Telephone(01953) 688538 The Street Garboldisham IP22 2RZ

      17th century coaching inn near Bressingham Gardens/Banham Zoo. Bought by the local community to operate as a Community Pub. Re-opened December 2016. Welcoming Community feel and ales from breweries such as Woodfordes, Lacons, Norfolk Brewhouse and Mr Winter's. Up to 15 real ciders. Added picture is of some old jugs that belonged to a lady that lived in the Fox several years ago. Rumour has it that one of the pub ghosts is a black labrador. Mid Anglia CAMRA Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023. Mid Anglia CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year (Norfolk) 2020. Food from street food vendors - see Facebook for details. Also serves various Adnams ales from keg. Instagram - foxinngarboldisham Tumblr - foxinn2016

    • Garboldisham Village Store & Post Office Telephone(01953) 681217 The Street Garboldisham IP22 2QN

      Robbie and Kelly have owned the shop since March 2014. They now stock bottled beers from various breweries. Sunday opening only until 12.30

  • Gissing
    • Crown Inn Telephone(01379) 677718 Lower Street Gissing IP22 5UJ

      Oak beamed 18th century pub near the church which has an ancient Saxon round tower. Curry night first Wednesday of the month. Heated smokers shelter outside. Dogs welcome but not in restaurant please. Worth navigating the narrow lanes to find this pub offering mainly national beers usually accompanied by at least one local ale. They advertise quiz nights, karaoke nights, a sports TV and have recently reinstated the pool table.

  • Great Moulton
    • Fox & Hounds Telephone(01379) 677506 Frith Way Great Moulton NR15 2HE

      Lovely village pub parts of which date from the 15th century. The main bar has a very low ceiling with many exposed beams and is equipped with comfortable sofa seating. A large inglenook fireplace holds a roaring log fire in winter. There is a separate restaurant and food is served Wednesday to Saturday lunchtimes and evenings. Sunday breakfast and lunch. Reservation is recommended at the weekend. South Norfolk District Council Community. Large beer garden, 4 pods with lighting, heating and intercom to the bar, children's play area and a large field with a marquee for events.

      AwardsPub of the Year 2012

  • Harleston
    • Cap Telephone(01379) 853748 23 The Thoroughfare Harleston IP20 9AS

      Ampersand Brewery flagship pub. Large selection of craft ales from Ampersand, Fully refurbished. Food wagons from Wednesday to Saturday.

    • JD Young Hotel Telephone(01379) 852822 2-4 Market Place Harleston IP20 9AD

      Hotel situated in centre of town with non residents sports bar but not interested in giving CAMRA any details. All beers served through CO2

    • Swan Hotel Telephone(01379) 852221 19 The Thoroughfare Harleston IP20 9AS

      Comfortable bar with exposed beams and large open log fire in winter. All beers served under CO2. Take away food also available. Beer is only available as take away or with food.

  • Hempnall Green
    • Three Horseshoes Telephone(01508) 498988 53 Alburgh Road, Hempnall Green Hempnall Green NR15 2NS

      Old village pub which has been refurbished to include a separate restaurant area. Wood burning stove is a central feature. Families welcome. Less a real ale pub, more of a farming pub.

  • Homersfield
    • Black Swan Telephone(01986) 788204 Church Lane Homersfield IP20 0ET

      Attractive, large pub with several drinking areas. The wood panelled lounge has a large fireplace & many photos or local interest. Located close to the listed bridge over the Waveney which forms the county border with Norfolk.

  • Hopton
    • Vine Telephone(01953) 688581 High St Hopton IP22 2QX

      On the main road near the church. This village local has been revitalised since being taken over by the current landlord in 2013. Nine ales including a selection of local and regional guests offered at reasonable prices. Also serves a variety of ciders. Landlord takes pride in the quality of his beers. There is a pool table in one of three separate areas. A welcoming pub, popular with locals and visitors. Mid Anglia CAMRA branch Pub of the Year 2014, 2016 and 2018. Mid Anglia CAMRA Suffolk Pub of the Year 2019.

  • Hoxne
    • Swan Inn of Hoxne Telephone(01379) 668275 Low Street Hoxne IP21 5AS

      This 15th century timber-framed Grade II listed pub has a colourful history. Built in 1480 it is claimed to be the former home of the Bishop of Norwich and later a whore house! Two separate bars and a large restaurant. Two large open fires and a woodburner in winter. Large garden backs onto the river and is close to where King Edmund, last Saxon king of East Anglia, was killed by the invading Danes.Regular beer festival in August Excellent home cooked food is also available with many food options prepared with local produce. Dog friendly and popular with walking groups. Mid-Anglia CAMRA branch North Suffolk POTY in 2017.

  • Kenninghall
    • Red Lion Telephone(01953) 887849 East Church Street Kenninghall NR16 2EP

      A beautifully restored CAMRA heritage pub dating from the early 16th century with traditional bar, pine panelled snug (one of only two of its kind in East Anglia) adjacent to the 40 seater restaurant in the style of old stables. Good wholesome home cooked food includes fresh fish Fridays. Regular live music and other community events. Sunday roasts and special boards all locally sourced where possible. Limited menu Wed & Thurs during the summer

  • Laxfield
    • King's Head Telephone(01986) 798395 Gorams Mill Lane Laxfield IP13 8DW

      Popularly known as the "Low House", this timeless, multi-roomed and thatched building is a classic pub which is always worth a visit. The main room features listed high back settles set around a small fireplace, whilst the beer is served on gravity direct from a small tap room to the rear. A separate dining room offers an interesting menu of locally sourced food & including a Sunday roast but NOT on Sunday evening. Has an enclosed garden & patio to rear is also available. Accommodation available in an outside building.

    • Royal Oak Telephone(01986) 798666 High Street Laxfield IP13 8DH

      A large prominent multi-roomed pub close to church. Food available. Small patio seating area to front. Large fireplace in main bar.

  • Long Stratton
    • Netherton House Telephone(01508) 531500 The Street, Long Stratton Long Stratton NR15 2XG

      Historic building dating back to 1600s with Georgian additions. Originally a house, then converted to offices until the present tenants took the lease in late 2015. Interesting interior with a comfortable feel with exposed beams and a glazed underfloor in the snug. Opened at the end of February 2016 primarily as a restaurant but with a well stocked, separate bar serving two real ales. Extensive rear garden with space for a large marquee with outdoor barbeque and pizza oven. Regular live music (See Website or Facebook page)

    • Queens Head Telephone(01508) 531200 The Street Long Stratton NR15 2XG

      Friendly village pub with thriving pub games teams.

  • Market Weston
    • Mill Telephone(01359) 221018 Bury Rd (B1111) Market Weston IP22 2PD

      Striking white brick and flint faced inn standing at a crossroads on the main B1111. The Mill used to be the unofficial tap for Old Chimneys Brewery and old pump clips can still be seen behind the bar. It offers a good choice of beers, complemented by a good menu of home cooked meals.

  • Mellis
    • Railway Tavern Telephone(01379) 783416 Yaxley Rd Mellis IP23 8DU

      Two bar pub close to main-line railway crossing point (station is no longer used) and giving good views over the large village green. Outside covered and heated terrace. Well supported and lively music events,fish and chips on Fridays and "Ruby Tuesday" Curry nights. Two railway carriage/booths give a snug like quality. Seating out on the common to the side of the pub and a limited bus service. Annual beer festival last Saturday in July with music on the common. Regular arts exhibitions by Mellis Arts

  • Mendham
    • Sir Alfred Munnings Telephone(01379) 854861 Studio Corner Mendham IP20 0NH

      Warm, cosy, small country hotel named after a locally born artist. Located close to river Waveney & Angles Way footpath. Interior is in an L shape with the long part being the restaurant, short part contains the bar, a few tables in front of the bar and at the far end is a small lounge with 4 armchairs. Currentl beer dispensed using multi-gas system (CO2/N2) but interested in a non-gas system

  • Mendlesham
    • King's Head Telephone(01449) 766543 Old Market St Mendlesham IP14 5SA

      Friendly village local. The building dates from the 17th century, with some 20th century pargetting. There is a traditional entrance lobby with old off-sales hatch and a bar to either side. Real ale served on gravity

  • Metfield
    • Metfield Village Hall Bar Telephone(01379) 586432 Skinner's Lane Metfield IP20 0LA

      A superb community venue, open to the general public and run by volunteers. Open 2 evenings a week + 3rd Thursday of the month. Come & meet old and new friends in the Meadow Room or Long Lounge. The bar offers a guest real ale from one of a number of local craft breweries including, St. Peter’s and Grain Brewery, served direct from the cask in the cooled cellar room 3rd Thursday of the month is fish & chip night 5-7pm

  • Needham
    • Red Lion Telephone(01379) 853930 117 High Road Needham IP20 9LG

      Large oak-beamed family run Grade II listed pub with separate 40-seat restaurant. Large fire. Child friendly with large car park and garden with outdoor dining area. Generous portions of home cooked food make this a busy pub during mealtimes. Free pool table. The pub also sells fresh local eggs and Christmas trees. Murder mystery evenings and classic car and bike rallies held. Take awa service also available. Durig Covid, check opening times as can be erratic

  • New Buckenham
    • Kings Head Telephone(01953) 861247 Market Place New Buckenham NR16 2AN

      Free house facing the green in this 12th century "New Town". It served as a coaching inn between London and Norwich in the early part of the 16th Century. A contemporary feel but still retains the inglenook fireplace and exposed beams in the original part of the pub. There is a large restaurant extension at the rear. Only authorised supplier of Vocation beers within 25 mile radius. Pub up for sale December 2021

  • North Lopham
    • Kings Head Telephone(01379) 688007 16 The Street North Lopham IP22 2NE

      Two bar timber framed and thatched 16th century pub set back from main road through village. Public bar has pool table and inglenook fireplace. Comfortable saloon/dining room has wood burner. Three changing beers from local breweries. Pub has crazy golf course with free club and ball hire. Under new ownership in July 2023. Fish and chip van on Fridays 5pm - 7pm. Street food trucks on most Saturdays. Three letting rooms on site.

  • Occold
    • Beaconsfield Arms Telephone(01379) 678833 Mill Rd Occold IP23 7PN

      Characterful multi-roomed pub with low ceilings & friendly atmosphere. Small garden to rear of car-park.

  • Old Buckenham
    • Gamekeeper Telephone(01953) 860397 The Green Old Buckenham NR17 1RE

      17th Century Grade II listed free house overlooking the biggest village green in the country (40 acres). The interior is split into four distinct areas with some quarry tiled floors. A large baronial style hall function room on the left of the building is used as a carvery on Sunday lunchtimes. Re-opened November 2021 under the management of Woodforde's Brewery.

    • Ox & Plough Telephone(01953) 860970 The Green Old Buckenham NR17 1RN

      Family friendly pub on one of the largest village greens in England. A community pub at the centre of village life. Two open plan drinking areas, one being quiet, without TV or electronic game machines. Large garden at front of pub overlooks the village green. Real ale dispensed from four to six hand pumps. Bar snacks only. Motorbike Tuesday evenings April-October (Burgers available). Thursday night is fish and chips (external vendor)

  • Pulham Market
    • Crown Telephone(01379) 676184 Harleston Road Pulham Market IP21 4TA

      A thatched free house set overlooking the village green. More a restuarant than a pub with fresh local ingerdients used. Records suggest the oldest parts of the building date back to 15th Century, begining life as two timber fmed buidlings. Fish and chips specials on Fridays. Also own The Barsham Arms. Beer & cider festival in June. Classic car event on the green in August. Acoustic sets on Sunday and tribute acts Thursday evening.

    • Falcon Telephone(01379) 676815 The Green Pulham Market IP21 4SU

      Situated on the village green this is a friendly village locals pub. All information including regular bands on Facebook. Large courtyard for outside drinking. Take away service including home made pizzas.Landlady owns another pub in Cambs. Wednesday has a chip van 2.30 - 7pm

  • Redgrave
    • Cross Keys Telephone(01379) 779822 The Street (B1113) Redgrave IP22 1RW

      The building dates from the late 16th or early 17th century, with later extensions & re-fronting. Re-opened March 2018, under community ownership, and leased to a private landlord. In the centre of the village, has a bar, restaurant/lounge and snug area. Pleasant garden with mature walnut trees and seating and tables at the front on to the Knoll (village green). Full menu available from Wed to Sat. Sunday roasts.

  • Rickinghall Inferior
    • Bell Telephone(01379) 898445 The St Rickinghall Inferior IP22 1BN

      The beamed lounge bar has a log fire and there is a comfortable dining room. Accommodation available. Disabled toilet. This 17th Cent. former coaching inn once had extensive stabling to provide fresh draught horses for travellers. Whites Directory of Suffolk (1844) states "Coaches pass eight times a day to Norwich, Bury St Edmunds & London". The building dates from the early to mid 17th century.

  • Roydon
    • White Hart Telephone(01379) 643597 High Road Roydon IP22 5RU

      Family run 300-year-old traditional beamed pub on A1066 near Bressingham Gardens, welcoming locals and visitors. Landscaped gardens with play area (dogs allowed in the garden only). Occasional live music. No standing or sitting at the bar

  • Rushall
    • Half Moon Telephone(01379) 740793 The Street Rushall IP21 4QD

      16th century former coaching inn, this pub has been re-furbished retaining the restaurant in the conservatory and some seating in the front room. Adjoining passageway has been turned into a sofa'ed lounge. Discreet drinking area next to the bar and a new snuggery with own wood burner. Staircase leads to another area that may become a function room or extra snug. There is also a village farm shop next door to the pub, open to the public daily from 11am until 10pm. There are seven letting ensuite bedrooms & the pub has a children's play area in the secure garden.Booking for the restaurant advised. Outside bar and shop in summer months.

  • Scole
    • Crossways Inn Telephone(01379) 742547 Bridge Road Scole IP21 4DP

      17th century coaching inn. Has live music every weekend. Take away food, steak night Mondays. curry night Weds, Sunday roasts Lunchtime meals Pre Book Mon-Thur;

  • South Lopham
    • White Horse Telephone(01379) 688579 The Street South Lopham IP22 2LH

      Spacious 300-year-old beamed local. Totally refurbished with new management 2021. Bar and a separate restaurant. Large garden. Extensive food menu . Sunday roasts. Beers from Woodfordes plus guests mostly sourced locally. Live music Saturday 9pm. Open mic last Sunday. Quiz nights, bingo and meal deals.

  • Stanton
    • Cock Telephone(01359) 250230 The St Stanton IP31 2BP

      Large popular two bar village local with pool table in smaller public bar & sports TV in the larger lounge dining area. There is a memorial at the rear of the pub to four villagers who were killed in an industrial accident in 2011.

  • Stoke Ash
    • White Horse Telephone(01379) 678222 Ipswich Road Stoke Ash IP23 7ET

      This former coaching inn sits at a crossroads on the A140 half-way betwixt Ipswich and Norwich. Dating from the 1700s. Has been sympathetically extended to incorporate exposed timbers and chimney to create several seating areas. Has motel-style accomodation and recently enlarged outside eating areas. Local legend tells of a tunnel running from here to The Four Horseshoes inn at Thornham Magna nearby. Same owners and hosts since 2000. Breakfast served 7.30-12 Mon-Fri, 8-12 Saturday and Sunday full menu 12-9.30pm daily.

  • Stradbroke
    • Ivy House Telephone(01379) 384634 Wilby Road Stradbroke IP21 5JN

      The original thatched pub has its origins in mediaeval times, and the beamed core of the building was a brewhouse in times gone by. Now, with alterations in the early 17th century & further alterations in Victorian times, the village has a charming local. Inside the small bar leads off to several dining areas, all comfortably furnished and tastefully decorated. The hosts have established a reputation for good homemade food with a menu that has dishes from Asia and the Mediterranean as well as English dishes.

    • White Hart Telephone(01379) 384310 Church St Stradbroke IP21 5HT

      This is a free house in the middle of a thriving village, opposite the church. The building dates from the late 17th or early 18th century, with subsequent alterations leaving it with one large bar area with comfortable seating. There is a large open fire at one end of the room. The bar has a small library behind for those wishing to linger. There is apparently some royal connection in the past with the White Hart being seen as the symbol of Richard II

  • Thelnetham
    • White Horse Hopton Road Thelnetham IP22 1JN

      Characterful 1800s built pub, in a remote location near the windmill. Well worth seeking out for food. Recently re-opened by the efforts of the local community.

  • Thorndon
    • Black Horse Telephone(01379) 678523 The Street Thorndon IP23 7JR

      Traditional oak-beamed country pub dating back to the 1600s full of character and with many historic photos of life in this pretty village on display. A real gem. The central bar has an inglenook fireplace with log fire and there are two adjoining restaurant areas. Lunchtime food has a varied menu including carvery and vegetarian options. Evening meals are also served (apart from Sundays). Takeaway meals also available (curries, pastas, fish'n'chips, etc.) during most food sessions. Dogs on leads welcome in the main bar. Same welcoming landlord for last 12 years. A community shop staffed by volunteers operates from a separate unit in the car park.

  • Thornham Magna
    • Four Horseshoes Telephone(01379) 678777 Wickham Road, Thornham Magna Thornham Magna IP23 8HD

      Attractive, rambling, thatched building dating from about 1150. Today much of the internal space is used for dining but the bar still offers up to four beers. Much woodwork is exposed. A well is located in one part of the bar. Disabled toilet. Local legend tells of a tunnel running from here to the nearby Stoke Ash White Horse, though we understand no evidence exists for it. In 2008 at the age of 19, Tom Parkhurst took over the pub & was then thought to be the youngest publican in the county.

  • Thwaite
    • Walnut Tree Telephone(01449) 766003 A140 Thwaite IP23 7ED

      An 18th cent. roadside inn, with parts dating back to the 16h century. Re-opened 1st March 2017. Formerly the Bucks Head, this reopened on 1 March 2017 as a 'veggie pub'. It has been freshened up inside but is still very much traditional pub ambience with real ales, and having a drink at the bar without eating is no problem. The vegetarian (& vegan) menu was transferred and adapted from the owners' previous place The Red Lion ('Veggie Red Lion') at Great Bricett near Wattisham (about 6m south of Stowmarket).

  • Tivetshall St. Mary
    • Old Ram Telephone(01379) 676794 Ipswich Road Tivetshall St. Mary NR15 2DE

      Large roadside inn specialising in dishes using locally sourced ingredients. Owned by the same team at The Cellar House in Norwich. Also 11 bedrooms available to book.

  • Walsham le Willows
    • Blue Boar Telephone(01359) 256944 The Street Walsham le Willows IP31 3AA

      A true free house with a fine selection of ales on hand-pump. The Blue Boar is a historic country Pub set in the beautiful village of Walsham-le-Willows in Suffolk. It was first recorded as brewing and selling ale in 1360 and is still serving the local area The pub boasts traditional exposed beams, open fires and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Breakfast and afternoon teas served. There is an extensive beer garden. St Marys Church is directly next door,

    • Six Bells Telephone(01359) 259726 Summer Road Walsham le Willows IP31 3AH

      Former wool merchant's house at the very centre of this pretty village. A substantial, thatched 16th century building that features heavily carved timbers in the bar. The six rooms & two bars offer a great variety. The use of open stud-work allows some rooms to be light & airy, while huge fireplaces & dark timbers create a cosy atmosphere. Pub games played. No Food.

    • Sports club Telephone(01359) 259298 Summer Rd Walsham le Willows IP31 3AH

      A not-for-profit community amateur Sports Club. The facilities are now home to some 20 junior football teams, 6 adult football teams including ladies, plus both senior and junior cricket teams. In addition there is an active bowls section with its own pavilion located on The Street in the centre of the village. The Sports Club warmly welcomes non members and is also available for hire for private and commercial functions. There is also a small meeting room which is available free of charge to all village organisations.

  • Winfarthing
    • Fighting Cocks Telephone(01379) 643283 The Street Winfarthing IP22 2ED

      The pub comprises 2 separate rooms; a restaurant and the large main bar which is heavily beamed with a log fire in winter that creates a homely feel. In addition, to the left of the bar is a games area with a pool table, dart board and sports TV. Home cooked food is served, except on Sunday evenings and Mondays. Outside at the rear is a large car park and a small patio seating area together with a grassed beer garden complete with children’s play equipment

  • Wingfield
    • De La Pole Arms Telephone(01379) 384545 Church Road Wingfield IP21 5RA

      This traditional village pub is in a lovely setting opposite St. Andrews Church, on the hill above Wingfield College and Wingfield Barns (note ... follow the brown tourist signs to Wingfield Barns!) It was extensively restored in the 1990s and has recently reopened (March 2017) incorporating traditional bar with open fire, a deli/cafe area (serving mainly local products), and further on a large restaurant room with vaulted ceiling. The building is full of character with exposed oak beams. The De La Pole is open Tues. to Sat. for breakfasts, sandwiches and cakes at 11.00am, with the bar open from 12 noon and lunches served from 12 noon until 3pm. Afternoon teas are also available. On Sunday the opening hours are 12 - 4 pm, with a carvery lunch being served. No evening food. Fish Friday meal times are 12-7

  • Worlingworth
    • Swan Telephone(01728) 628000 Swan Rd Worlingworth IP13 7HZ

      This characterful thatched pub has two main drinking rooms & various outside seating areas. Unusually the pub does not face the road junction but instead overlooks a small access road & a large garden. Parts of the pub date from the mid-16th century, possibly earlier.

      The Swan re-opened 10 Sep 2022 after seven years derelict. It has been renovated by the new owners and looks to have a bright future.