Aldeburgh Pub Map

Pubs in Aldeburgh

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The Mill Inn, Aldeburgh

With plenty of old world charm, the inn's dark beams and leaded windows take you back to the days when this was the haunt of smugglers who plied their trade the length of the Suffolk Heritage Coast.Serving well sized portions of reasonably priced food, with a good selection of ales and...

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Ye Olde Cross Keys, Aldeburgh

The Cross Keys is a pretty little pub located on the beautiful seafront at Aldeburgh. Dating back to 1540 the pub is glowing with history. It attracts people of all ages, with their large courtyard area facing onto the seafront being especially popular. With am...

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The White Hart, Aldeburgh

Single-room pub which packs a great atmosphere and is dog friendly to boot!  They also make their own pizzas in a wood-fired oven. The chef is Italian so these are authentic, delicious pizzas! Eat in or takeaway pizzas. The best in Aldeburgh! See

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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 destinations with its relaxed, friendly service and delicious seasonal food, most of it sourced from the immediate area. After being carefully refurbished with ol...

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Parrot And Punchbowl, Aldringham

The pub was built around 1576 when it was called 'The Case is Altered'. The name was changed to its present title when it became the property of the Kemp family in 1604. Formerly a 16th century smugglers' inn, The Parrot and Punchbowl is located near the Suffolk village...

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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.  Enjoy a summer's day lunch in the garden, or a winter warmer by the fire (it does get busy though!). "We source our food locally...

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The Golden Key, Snape

Don your walking shoes or boots and take a stroll to the Golden Key at Snape. Ditch your waterproof clothing and be glad to remove your soaking garments and get in front of one of The Golden Key’s roaring fires. At the Golden Key there is a choice...

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The Crown Inn, Snape

The Crown Inn  is an Adnams owned 15th century smugglers inn located in the village of Snape between Aldeburgh and Orford on the Suffolk heritage coast. It’s the old beams, original brick floors and probably the finest double Suffolk settle in existence which su...

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The Plough & Sail, Snape Maltings

The Plough and Sail, with its traditional bar area and more modern restaurant, sits right alongside Snape Maltings so is the perfect spot for a meal after your day around the Maltings, or perhaps before your concert.  Or even between the two! Since twin b...

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The Bell, Saxmundham

The Bell at Sax' is owned and run by local Jonny Nicholson and partner Natalie.  The welcoming restaurant aims to offer good food at a good price- so you won't break the bank when you sample some impeccable dishes. A great place to relax with friends or maybe an impromtu evenin...

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The White Horse, Rendham

A cosy, old fashioned pub, ideal for a quiet drink in the beer garden, or a traditional English dish eaten with a glass of wine or Real Ale. All ingredients are locally sourced where possible.The White Horse often hosts exciting events, such as live music evenings and beer f...

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Other pubs elsewhere in Suffolk

The Jolly Sailor, Orford

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The Jolly Sailor is within a stones throw of the Orford Quay and so provides a fantastic base for those who want to esc...


The Kings Head Inn, Orford

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This cosy country pub is perfectly situated for excellent food and Adnams ale after a bracing coastal walk or for a slow supper for two in...


The Bell Inn, Middleton

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


The Westleton Crown

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Famous for Kate and William spend...


The Ship Inn, Dunwich

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Once a haunt of smugglers, The Ship isn't just a great place to eat, drink,...


The Green Man Inn, Tunstall

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This traditional country pub has built a reputation for being friendly and welcoming with a custom menu of good, locally sourced home cooked foo...


The White Hart, Blythburgh

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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 Star, Wenhaston

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Set in the beautiful rolling Suffolk countryside, The Star Inn is a cosy village pub in Wenhaston, located four miles from the sea and the lost...


The Anchor, Walberswick

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Delicious food served here using the best ingredients and wherever possible locally sourced using independent suppliers.Well known for re...


The Bell Inn, Walberswick

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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...


The Queen's Head, Bramfield

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In the heart of pretty village Bramfield just off the A12 and before Halesworth. It is a Grade 2 listed building dating back to the mid 16th Cen...


The Harbour Inn, Southwold

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


The Sweffling White Horse

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A traditional ale house, serving locally made, real ales, cides and spirits, organic wine and bar snacks made with local, wholesome, free range...


The Queen's Head, Blyford

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Delightful 15th Century thatched village pub, a short drive from Halesworth on the way to Southwold. Pretty beer garden and cosy interior with r...


The Red Lion, Southwold

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The Red Lion sits on the edge of one of Southwolds famous Greens. During the warmer days, outside eating and drinking is a must on t...