Run by Kate and Gary who are well known for their love of real ales and a warm welcome. This traditional village pub has a wealth of history and cosy atmosphere and it has a series of inter-connecting rooms on many different levels.
The pub still has original features such as stone floors, oak beams, wood panelled walls and wooden bench seating which all adds to the character.
The Buck has become renowned for its selection of real ales, and has been listed in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide every year since 2004. It is also included in The East Anglian Inventory of Outstanding and Historic Pub Interiors, and in July 2005 was voted CAMRA's Suffolk Rural Pub of the Month. In 2007 it was also voted Suffolk Pub of the Year by CAMRA.
Rumburgh is also home to The Famous Old Glory Molly Dancers and Rumburgh Morris who both regularly perform at the pub. There are often live music evenings and jam sessions where anyone can turn up and play.
Home-cooked lunches and evening meals are served seven days a week from 12-2pm lunchtimes and 7-9pm during the evening.
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