Pubs

Pubs in Aldeburgh

A guide to your favourite pubs and inns throughout the Alde Valley, including Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Snape. Dog or family friendly, handy for coastal and country walks. Local beers and ales, fine local produce and great menus. Find out more.

Pubs in Aldeburgh

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. 

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The Bell

A warm and inviting pub set in a Grade II listed Victorian building. Offering good food at good prices. 

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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!) 

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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!

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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 villages of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness.

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The White Hart

Single-room pub which packs a great atmosphere and is dog friendly to boot! 

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The Mill Inn

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.

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Ye Olde Cross Keys

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 amazing views directly onto the beach, it is perfect for summer evenings and the annual Aldeburgh Carnival.

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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.

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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.

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