Traditional Suffolk pub close to the Suffolk Heritage coast run by the same family for over 12 years. Emphasis on local and local organic produce including a wonderful selection of home-made vegetarian meals and puddings.
The main room is dominated by an enormous open fireplace and a high rafted vaulted ceiling. Beautiful floral garden overlooked by the thatched village church with a separate round bell tower unique in Suffolk. Opposite the church and pub garden is an unusual crinkle-crankle wall.
Landlady Amanda makes her own marmalade, jam and chutney as well as cakes to take home.
Families welcome and dogs welcome. Occasional live music.
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High-raftered lounge with scrubbed pine tables, impressive fireplace and some old farm tools, side room with comfortable fireside seats, well kept Adnams, Aspall's cider, decent wines by the glass, seasonal home-made elderflower cordial, good reasonably priced food (emphasis on local organic), home-made bread and ice-creams, friendly service, monthly live music (Fri); children (away from bar) and dogs welcome, cheerful blue-painted picnic-sets in pretty garden with dome-shaped willow bower, nice church next-door