Suffolk Coast Pubs Map

Pubs on the Suffolk Coast

The White Horse Inn, Badwell Ash

This traditional timber-framed village pub dates back to the 16th Century. The bar has recently been renovated offering a mix of modern style blended with historical interest and a real fire....


The Swan, Stratford St Mary

The beautiful timbered Tudor pub opened its doors after a major refurbishment in December 2012.  Owned by Sophe and Mark Dorber who run the successful village pub The Anchor in Walbe...


The Railway Tavern, Elmswell

This three bar pub is further from the train station than the name suggests! A popular haunt with the locals, with a food menu and traditional separate bar. A log fire provides a perfe...


The Kings Head, Bildeston

Heavily timbered inside with a wood burning stove and ingelnook fireplace. Full of character and welcome families, cyclists, walkers and locals!They brew their own beer in the old cart lo...


The Bell, Kersey

A bill of sale in 1813 described The Bell as "A capital public house known by the sign of The Bell, Kersey, in the occupation of Mr Robert Ward, consisting of 3 parlours, 6 chambers, good kitchen,...


The White Horse, Hitcham

This sweet 16th-century village inn Freehouse in Hitcham is renowned for its hospitality and friendliness for serving traditional homemade dishes using ingredients sourced from local produc...


The Peacock Inn, Chelsworth

The Peacock Inn at Chelsworth, a beautiful 14th century half-timbered inn, has re-opened by William and Rachael Cripps.Now trading as a free house and offering a selection of local a...


The Swan, Monks Eleigh

A really attractive thatched pub by the village green in the centre of Monks Eleigh.  With really good, fresh, locally sourced food using seasonal produce, The Swan is great whether you are...


The Crown Inn, Stoke By Nayland

Their reputation is built upon relaxed yet attentive and friendly service, great food, freshly cooked, and a fabulous array of wine and beer.The menu changes every five weeks and always e...


The Angel Inn, Stoke By Nayland

The Angel Inn is a traditional Grade II 16th century Suffolk coaching inn with open fires, original brickwork and oak beams. It is a typical “Old English” country pub offering cosy a...


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Other Pubs elsewhere in Suffolk

The Ship, Dunwich

The Ship was once a haunt of smugglers and sits in between Southwold and Aldeburgh on the Suffolk Coast. Not only a great place to eat and drink, The...

The Eels Foot Inn, Eastbridge

This lovely dog-friendly pub, with large beer garden, petanque court, and children's play area, serves great pub food in good-sized portions. &n...

The Westleton Crown

One of the most charming inns on the Suffolk coast Famous for Kate and William spend...

The Vulcan Arms, Sizewell

The Vulcan Arms has a history which stretches back to the middle ages and ever since has offered been a welcoming place for a hungry traveller. With a...

The Bell Inn, Walberswick

Full of nooks and crannies, characterful flagstones and open fire, the Bell Inn serves delicious home-made food. They are well known for their f...

Theberton Lion

This pub dates back to the early nineteenth century, and is a Grade II listed building nestled in the peaceful village of Theberton. Putting an emphas...

The Harbour Inn, Southwold

Right on the water’s edge The Harbour Inn is a traditional old Fisherman’s pub steeped in history and old Southwold charm.It hosts...

The White Hart, Blythburgh

With a homely feel, The White Hart is a proper pub for the local community and a welcome stop for travellers passing by. Warm your toes by the f...

The Bell Inn, Middleton

An award-winning inn set within a Grade II listed building, serving traditional Adnams ales straight from the cask and homemade, locally sourced...

Dolphin Inn, Thorpeness

Situated in the heart of the unique seaside village of Thorpeness is the Dolphin Inn, one of the most popular and well known legacy_destinations...

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