West Suffolk

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Pubs in our Branch Area

  • Acton
    • Crown High St Acton CO10 0AT Telephone(01787) 377204

      The pub has a special menu for people with a wheat intolerance or coeliac disease. The building dates from the 18th century. Stables (and a smithy) behind the pub suggest it may have been a coaching inn.

  • Bardwell
    • Bardwell Sports & Community Club Spring Road Bardwell IP31 1AB

      Formed in 2007 this village club has always offered Real Ale. Part of the new cricket pavilion and is open to the public.This bar in the new clubhouse usually has up to 4 real ales on at once. They serve food on Saturday evening and also have a traditional cider in the cellar.

  • Barrow
    • Three Horseshoes 17 The St Barrow IP29 5AP Telephone(01284) 811467

      Red brick and timber framed building close to village green, duck pond and well.

    • Weeping Willow 39 Bury Rd Barrow IP29 5AB Telephone(01284) 771881

      Now under new ownership, this listed Pub dates from the early 16th century and has been completely renovated and reopened officially on 2nd Oct 2017. Extensive refurbishment featuring a new restaurant extension at the back that's glazed to feel like it's outdoors.

  • Barton Mills
    • Bell Bell Ln Barton Mills IP28 6AJ Telephone(01638) 713625

      A small pub on the main village street.

    • Bull Inn The St Barton Mills IP28 6AA Telephone(01638) 711001

      Large, former Commercial Coaching Inn & Posting House now by-passed by main road.

  • Beck Row
    • Bird in Hand The St Beck Row IP28 8ES Telephone(01638) 713247

      A 1930s pub attached to a 57 room motel. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/51

    • King's Head 40 The Street Beck Row IP28 8AE Telephone(01638) 717237

      Traditional pub located close to famous airbase.

  • Beyton
    • Bear Tostock Rd Beyton IP30 9AG Telephone(01359) 270249

      Front bar, with comfortable seating. One eating area to the back, and a front restaurant seating area. Food is served 7 days a week.

      There is easy access from the A14 as the pub was originally on the main Ipswich to Cambridge road.

    • White Horse Bury Rd Beyton IP30 9AB Telephone(01359) 270324

      Fine 17th cent. timber framed building on village green. Deep well close to main entrance. Disabled toilet. Most of the building dates from the early 19th century, though some of it goes back to 1694 or earlier. Breakfast 8-10.30 Mon-Sat, 8.30-10.30 Sun.

  • Bildeston
    • Crown 104 High St Bildeston IP7 7EB Telephone(01449) 740510

      A wonderful, privately owned & historic country inn located in the centre of the village which has undergone a no expenses spared restoration in recent times. Well worth a visit for its architectural features alone including a fine heavily timbered restaurant (12-3 + 7-10pm) & separate bar area. Also offers luxury accommodation (12 rooms) & disabled access & toilet. The Crown was built in 1495 as a merchant's house & has been an inn since the mid 17th cent. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/59

    • King's Head 132 High St Bildeston IP7 7ED Telephone(01449) 741434

      Home of the King's Head brewery since 1996. A single bar with large cosy inglenook fireplace. The large carved timbers indicate its history as part of a larger complex dating from around 1530. A friendly drinking house atmosphere has evolved with food available at the weekend only. A fully enclosed rear garden with a covered patio area, lawns and play equipment. Late May bank holiday beer festival is established and popular.

    • Red Lion High St Bildeston IP7 7EX Telephone(01449) 740476

      Traditional 16th century pub, offering Ales, Lagers, Wines, Spirits & a large selection of soft drinks. They also have a fully enclosed garden, Pool table & Dart board. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/61

  • Boxford
    • White Hart Broad St Boxford CO10 5DX Telephone(01787) 471960

      After two years of closure the pub reopened in March 2020 managed by a new landlord who formerly ran the Fleece across the road.

      Open seven days a week the pub offers home-cooked food using locally-sourced ingredients.

      The 17th century pub is famous world-wide as once being the home of George 'Tornado' Smith, the famous Wall of Death motorbike rider, who thrilled crowds around the world with his daredevil act – often with his pet lion on the handlebars.

      The building originally dates from the 16th century. A substantial Victorian brewery was also once located on the same site in the late 19th cent.

  • Bradfield Combust
    • Manger Sudbury Rd Bradfield Combust IP30 0LW Telephone(01284) 386516

      Heavily beamed bar with inglenook fireplace. The building dates from the late 15th century, with 16th & 17th century alterations. Apparently it's the only Manger pub in the country. Achieved Cask Marque status June 2017.

  • Brandon
    • Bell 48 High St Brandon IP27 0AQ Telephone(01842) 810465

      High Street local with its coaching inn origins still visible. Fine blocked-in 'tax windows', of which Brandon has many, are proudly displayed. Pub car park is accessed from Lode Street. Now fully free, having been purchased by the current management from Elizabeth Hotels group. There are 4 recently built units for B & B accommodation.

    • Brandon House High St Brandon IP27 0AX Telephone(01842) 810171

      Elegant hotel with a bar and restaurant. Facilities may be open to non-residents. Contact directly to book a table.

    • Flintknappers 1-3 Market Hill Brandon IP27 0AA Telephone(01842) 810316

      Lively town centre bar with regular Karaoke, live music & quiz nights. Accommodation available. Distinctive mock Tudor brick built building with some flint napping in panel at front.

      Landlady loves to welcome Camra members into the pub to try their selection of real ales and are always more than happy to give out tasters from a selection of ales which change regularly.

    • Ram High St Brandon IP27 0AX Telephone(01842) 810275

      Attractive, grade 2 listed building with some parts dating back 500 years. Also has a good reputation for food. Said to be one of the oldest surviving buildings in Brandon. It does not have conventional foundations but "floats" on a raft of slate! From the back of the building it is easy to see various phases in the growth of this old building as new sections have been added through the years. Also to the rear of the property is an ancient "protected" tree.

  • Brent Eleigh
    • Cock Lavenham Rd (A1141) Brent Eleigh CO10 9PB Telephone(01787) 247371

      Unspoilt gem and for many years identified by CAMRA as a best real heritage pub. Retaining two bars, In winter both bars are snug and warm; in summer with the doors open the bar is at one with it's surroundings. Hungry walkers and cyclists exploring the area will be pleased to know that landlady Deborah is a great cook and that food is available at all times. Bed and breakfast accommodation in unit at rear of pub. Real cider is generally Castlings Heath Cottage.

  • Bures
    • Three Horseshoes Church Square Bures CO8 5BS Telephone(01787) 229123

      Wooden beamed single bar pub.

  • Bury St Edmunds
    • Angel Hotel 3 Angel Hill Bury St Edmunds IP33 1LT Telephone(01284) 753926

      A family owned 4 star hotel in town centre covered with Virgina creeper. Styled with a traditional Georgian elegance. Records show that there has been an inn on this site since about the 13th century. In fact there were once three ancient inns on this site - the Angel, the Castle & the Boar's Head, with the earliest reference to an inn here dating back as far as 1281. The present building dates from around 1774-1776 when it was also a posting inn. The town Hustings (electioneering speeches) were traditionally held outside the Angel Hotel & Charles Dickens stayed here in 1859 & 1861 (and earlier) when he gave readings to the town. The Bury Fair was held annually near here until 1871 when it was discontinued after it fell into disrepute. Originally granted by Henry I & held on feast of St James (25th July) Bury Fair was latter moved to feast of St Matthew (21st Sept.) & was a one time visited by Mary Tudor (who also married Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk). By 1721 the fair was very famous with many "knights & gentlemen of estates & gentlemen's daughters" in attendance. Two other fairs once held annually in Bury include the Calf's Tail Fair on Tue, Wed & Thu of Easter week, & a "butter fair" held on 2nd Dec.

    • Beerhouse 1 Tayfen Rd Bury St Edmunds IP32 6BH Telephone(01284) 766415

      Traditional beer house in unusual semi-circular Victorian building, very handy for the railway station. Open fire in winter. Refurbished with a modern feel. Projector TV for major sporting events.Homemade snacks are available.Serves own beers from the Brewshed brewery which was originally behind pub (but relocated out of town during 2016). Three other local pubs are also owned by same company. Seven beer engines provide an ever-changing selection of well-kept Real Ales. Three real ciders. Regular beer festivals and annual cider festival.

    • Black Boy 69 Guildhall St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QD Telephone(01284) 752723

      Single bar serving a large multi-area room. A small theatre upstairs was used to host occasional live performances until a few years ago.

    • Bushel 28-29 St John's St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SN Telephone(01284) 754333

      Restored 15th cent. inn with a la carte menu. The building dates back to the early 19th century.

    • Constitutional Club 12 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds IP33 1PR Telephone(01284) 754113

      A club since 1888 located within the historic medieval grid in Bury St Edmunds. Folk club on Fridays and various sports leagues. Notable beer garden. Function room for hire.

    • Corn Exchange bar Abbeygate St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UL Telephone(01284) 727300

      First floor bar in this historic building that J D Wetherspoon's opened in June 2012. This pub serves real cider as recognised by CAMRA. Holds the Cask Marque Award for serving quality real ale.

    • Dog & Partridge 29 Crown St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QU Telephone(01284) 764792

      Attractive 17th cent rooms to front with large modern extension to rear. Very popular with younger people at weekends. Accommodation available.

    • Dragonfly Hotel Symonds Rd Bury St Edmunds IP32 7DZ Telephone(01284) 760884

      Large modern hotel on outskirts of town, adjacent to A14 junction 44. Bar & restaurant open to non-residents.

    • Fox Inn 1 Eastgate St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1XX Telephone(01284) 705562

      Characterful building and claims to be (in part) the oldest remaining pub in town. According to Listed Buildings Register, it was built in the 15th century as a merchant's house, though it's probably older, being recorded as a hospice for the abbey before the Dissolution. Located just outside the old East Gate. Nicely furnished throughout with a courtyard garden. This pub also has a declared ethical policy (see the website) and try to have as little environmental impact as possible. Live Jazz from 7.30 every Sun eve.

    • Grapes 1 Brentgovel St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1EA Telephone(01284) 754360

      Characterful pub with loud discos at weekends. Built early to mid 19th century. Disabled toilet.

    • Greene King Beer Café Westgate Street Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QT Telephone(01284) 714297

      This former visitor centre and shop located beside the historic Westgate brewery brewhouse has just been revamped (March 2016) into a cafe, shop and bar. It is now undoubtedly the closest public bar to the brewery complex. The bar is now open from 8am until 6pm (Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm Sat), and is licensed for both the general public and brewery tour visitors. Anyone interested in a brewery tour should book first (tours on most days) see their website. The bar will offer a selection of draught products and a full range of bottled and other packaged products from the brewery. Food and snacks including breakfast is also available alongside various other beverages and soft drinks.

    • Greengage Tollgate Ln Bury St Edmunds IP32 6DE Telephone(01284) 760796

      Large (probably the largest in Bury) estate pub with three bars including a traditional saloon. No food Sun or Mon eve.

    • Gym 3 Risbygate St Bury St Edmunds IP33 3AA Telephone(01284) 767499

      Parts of the building date from the 16th century, the front is 19th century. Achieved Cask Marque status June 2017.

    • Karooze 9 St Andrews St South Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SD Telephone(01284) 769906

      Previously opened as the Risbygate Tavern which originally opened in 1984 & closed 1990 circa. Also on site of former Griffin Tap. Two handpumps.

    • King's Arms 23 Brentgovel St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1EB Telephone(01284) 761874

      The building dates from the 17th century. Recently refurbished. Now 5 hand pumps with Greene King beers including Abbot.

    • Masons' Arms 14 Whiting St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1NX Telephone(01284) 753955

      Traditional one bar local retaining many original features. Greene King's flagship pub with a wide range of beers (all from Westgate Brewery) including trial beers unavailable elsewhere.

    • Moreton Hall Lawson Place Bury St Edmunds IP32 7EW Telephone(01284) 725048

      Lively and popular pub serving an expanding area of housing. Large main bar and garden for sunny days. Seasonal menu with vegetarian and vegan menu options.

    • Moreton Hall Community Centre bar Symonds Road Bury St Edmunds IP32 7EE Telephone(01284) 763405

      Facilities built about 2000 and run by a committee who are local residents, the club is keen to serve the local community which is a large residential area to east of town. A big screen showing all the latest sporting events from both Sky Sports and BT Sports. Pool tables and dartboards are also available. Quiz nights, Live music and charity events - see their website for latest details. Party or conferencing facilities available for hire.

    • Nutshell 17 The Traverse Bury St Edmunds IP33 1BJ Telephone(01284) 764867

      One of the claimants to the title "England's smallest pub", with an interior measuring only fifteen by seven feet and is listed by the Guinness Book of Records. Main drinking area is crowded if more than six people are in bar at any time. The record for the number of people crammed into the pub is said to be 102 (plus a dog called Blob). Contains various curios including a mummified cat & old halberd. Function room upstairs. The building dates from the mid-19th century. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/156

    • Oakes Barn St Andrews St South Bury St Edmunds IP33 3PH Telephone(01284) 761592

      A real ale free house and social hub near the town centre with some period features and historic links to the mediaeval town. Six real ales are always available including one dark beer alongside craft cider. Home-made food comprises lunchtime specials and snacks served all day. There is an outside covered smoking area and open courtyard with seating. Regular events are held in the bar and an upstairs function room also available to hire.

    • Old Cannon Brewery 86 Cannon St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JR Telephone(01284) 768769

      This excellent brewpub is on the site of the original Cannon Brewery. Now in private hands, it is a true free house. The Old Cannon Brewery serves good quality food and comfortable accommodation is available. Both the brewpub and stable block are Grade II Listed. They date from mid 19th century. They brew their own beers on site and have 2 signature beers available throughout the year; Best bitter and Gunner's Daughter and have a rotating seasonal ale which they also brew on site. They conduct tours of the micro brewery (book for tour) and usually brew in the bar using two vessels every Monday and Wednesday.

    • Queen's Bar & Grill 39 Churchgate St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1RG Telephone(01284) 488181

      Queens Bar and Grill has opened in what used to be the 'Queen's Head'. With a complete re-design to form an industrial style setting, the bar serves home-made american inspired food and four real ales.

    • Risbygate Sports Club Westley Road Bury St Edmunds IP33 3RR Telephone(01284) 755468

      Members club on West side of Busy St Edmunds near Newmarket Road. Comfortable bar serves one changing real ale. Public access to sports facilities is available at certain times. See website for more information.

    • Rose & Crown 48 Whiting St Bury St Edmunds IP33 1NP Telephone(01284) 361336

      In sight of Greene King's Westgate brewery, this is a traditional pub with two bars and separate off sales hatch. New landlord Gordon took over in September 2019 after retirement of the previous tenants of 34 years service. Good value wholesome food served lunchtimes Monday to Saturday. The pub is a Grade II listed building located within the conservation area of Bury St Edmunds with a CAMRA heritage interior. Always one mild on handpump.

    • Spread Eagle (A143) Out Westgate Bury St Edmunds IP33 2DE Telephone(01284) 754523

      Town pub with a "country atmosphere". Patio area; no food Sun eve. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/169

    • Station Station Hill Bury St Edmunds IP33 1JQ Telephone(01284) 754600

      Formerly the Railway Commercial Hotel & renamed in 1988. Under new management (March 18). St Edmunds selling so well, IPA to be replaced by another beer. Dog friendly now.

    • Station Hill Social Club 1 Station Hill Bury St Edmunds IP32 6AD Telephone(01284) 753201

      Members club serving two real ales. Social nights include Bingo, Crib, Snooker and Ladies Darts. Membership £10 for single adult. See website for more details.

    • Tavern on St. John's 88-89 St John's Street Bury St Edmunds IP33 1SJ Telephone(01284) 769888

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is offering takeaway Sunday lunches - please contact pub for details.

      Reopened in May 2019, a freehouse The Tavern is able to stock a large range of both local and craft beer. Food served all day from 12noon to 9pm (4pm Sundays) and from 11am on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

    • Tollgate 142 Fornham Road Bury St Edmunds IP32 6AX Telephone(01284) 755237

      Attractive building located on a road now by-passed. The pub has a large garden with covered patio & outside bar. Charity Events throughout the year. Disabled access available.

    • Vino Gusto 25 Angel Hill Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ Telephone(01284) 848220

      Now principally operating as a wine shop called Vino Gusto due the corona virus outbreak with a wide selection of beverages available by the bottle and specialist in-house knowledge. Brewshed beers are also available for take home trade.

      Close to the Abbey gardens.

  • Cavendish
    • Bull High St Cavendish CO10 8AX Telephone(01787) 280245

      Beautifully timbered inn with a good reputation for food.

    • Five Bells The Green Cavendish CO10 8BA Telephone(01787) 280070

      Thatched, single bar pub with fine views across village green. A local brewery supplies some of the real ales on offer.

    • George The Green Cavendish CO10 8BA Telephone(01787) 280248

      Picturesque 15th cent. pub close to village duck pond. The building dates from the 17th century. Mainly food dominated with all tables laid out for dining. There is a small area in front of the bar for drinkers. Just 3 bar stools no other seating.

  • Chelsworth
    • Peacock 24-26 The St (B1115) Chelsworth IP7 7HU Telephone(01449) 746952

      Classic, "olde worlde" charm abounds in this timber framed building. A massive inglenook fireplace can be found in one bar. Beers usually from Adnams, Woodfordes or Nethergate breweries. Also offering good food at reasonable prices.

  • Chevington
    • Greyhound 2 Chedburgh Rd Chevington IP29 5QS Telephone(01284) 850765

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is offering takeaway food. Please contact pub for details.

      Run by the same family for over 25 years, this village pub has a nice sideline in authentic Indian cuisine, eat in or take away the extensive menu is also available for the more anglo-centric diner. Beers from the Mersea Island brewery often to be had thanks to an Essex connection. The traditional bar has an open fireplace and a pool table is available in the adjacent lounge. The large garden has various child friendly features.

  • Clare
    • Globe 10 Callis St Clare CO10 8PX Telephone(01787) 278122

      A phoenix risen from the ashes, the Globe reopened in 2013 after a 2-year closure. Serving one well kept regular beer and up to three changing guests, it is now a thriving local where beer and conversation dominate. Live music every other Saturday night and live afternoon sessions every other Sunday. There is a separate pool room at the rear and a newly refurbished garden for Summer drinking. No food is served.

    • Swan 4 High St Clare CO10 8NY Telephone(01787) 278280

      Historic inn with an old carved sign (possibly dating from 1415) which may be the oldest in England. Bar to right with inglenook fireplace is now a restaurant. Bar is to the left with beamed ceiling. Mix of seating: bar stools, wooden tables & chairs, comfy armchairs and a choir pew in the fireplace. Achieved Cask Marque status June 2017.

  • Cockfield
    • Horseshoes Inn Stow's Hill (A1141) Cockfield IP30 0JB Telephone(01284) 828177

      A sympathetically refurbished thatched 14th century building on the A1141 road to Lavenham. A large long bar is divided by a chimney breast into two areas. In addition there is a separate large conservatory dining area. The bar area features an exposed crown post and many original beams from 1350. Good value meals are served and speciality food nights held. Fabulous views from hilltop beer garden.

  • Cowlinge
    • Three Ways Queens St (off A143) Cowlinge CB8 9QD Telephone(01440) 820355

      The Three Ways is a traditional country free house dating back to 1643. Not easy to find, this historic gem is worth seeking out. Welcoming fires with inglenook fireplaces warming the beamed bar make this pub a pleasure to visit. Fine garden for summer drinking. Up to five beers, three on gravity dispense, are on tap mainly sourced from independent breweries. A beer festival is held in June, live music & quiz nights also feature along with other events.

  • Dalham
    • Affleck Arms 1 Brookside Dalham CB8 8TG Telephone(01638) 500306

      An Elizabeathan thatched pub. With four well kept and very reasonably priced beers and an atmosphere that encourages conversation, this is well worth a visit (or two) and is popular with weekend walkers. A rear garden patio and a front garden on the river Kennet also provide space for outdoor drinking on sunny days. Open all day on bank holidays.

  • Elmswell
    • Fox Station Rd Elmswell IP30 9HD Telephone(01359) 242908

      This is a pub that does food and also takeaway food.

    • Railway Tavern School Rd Elmswell IP30 9EE Telephone(01359) 241275

      Three bar pub with a lively, younger clientèle. but despite the name it is actually further from the railway station than Fox!

  • Elveden
    • Elveden Inn Brandon Rd (B1106) Elveden IP24 3TP Telephone(01842) 890376

      Smart pub located on the Earl of Iveagh's historic country estate, who is a direct descendant of the Guinness family. This traditional country inn is truly the 'home' of Guinness in England. Family and pet friendly. There are a varying range of fine local ales including their own seasonal pump and and bottled ales. Elveden IPA (house beer) is brewed by Old Cannon brewery. Home grown food served all day every day. 5 star accommodation, extensive garden, special events programme. Roaring log fire.

  • Exning
    • Rosery Country House 15 Church St Exning CB8 7EH Telephone(01638) 577312

      Essentially a hotel/restaurant, but with a bar that's open to the public for just having a drink. The original Victorian greenhouse still stands in garden. 15 letting rooms.

    • Wheatsheaf 45 Chapel Rd Exning CB8 7HA Telephone(01638) 577237

      Large pub with a conservatory & large beer garden. 4 letting rooms. Guest beers are from the Marston beer list.

    • White Horse 23 Church St Exning CB8 7EH Telephone(01638) 577323

      This fine free house has been run by the same family since only 1935! A 300 year old pub still retaining much original character. This pub rotates at least different 10 real ales a week, with up to three at any given time. These include Timothy Taylor Landlord, Courage Directors, Adnams Ghost Ship or Broadside, Bass, Wadworth 6X, Wells Bombardier, Sharps Doom Bar, Youngs Special and other guest beers. With a public bar, cosy lounge and separate restaurant which offers a good choice of home cooked food. A private room can also be hired.

    • White Swan 2 Oxford St Exning CB8 7EW Telephone(01638) 577218

      Multi-roomed family orientated pub with separate lounge, games area and restaurant. Occasional live music.Now serving real cider Cambridgeshire medium farmhouse cider.

  • Felsham
    • Six Bells Church Rd Felsham IP30 0PJ Telephone(01449) 736268

      No juke box or background music, but live music is provided monthly. Despite having a large menu it is not treated as a restaurant (as in the past) but is now a pub that does offer home made food, with food available every session. May close half an hour early on quiet nights

  • Fornham St Martin
    • Woolpack The St (A134) Fornham St Martin IP31 1SW Telephone(01284) 753380

      Two interlinked bars plus a function room & restaurant in this large white brick building. New management late-2010 have refurbished the pub & in 2013 opened a village shop on the premises.

  • Freckenham
    • Golden Boar The St Freckenham IP28 8HZ Telephone(01638) 723000

      The bar area is spacious whilst a new restaurant area dominates the rear. Three hand pumped beers are on offer in winter & four in summer. The guest beers normally alternate between Woodfordes Wherry & Adnams bitter.

  • Gazeley
    • Chequers The Green Gazeley CB8 8RF

      The pub is 400 years old & has been recently decorated to a high standard. Walkers & ramblers welcome.

      This pub is now open. Owners are brewing all their own beer. Huge amount of restoration done inside the building. Just opening Friday nights at the moment but expanding soon.

  • Glemsford
    • Angel Egremont St Glemsford CO10 7SA Telephone(01787) 281559

      Historic and traditional pub. Now with four hand pumps and well worth a visit

    • Black Lion Lion Rd Glemsford CO10 7RF Telephone(01787) 28084

      A 14th cent. local serving good beer.

    • Glemsford Social Club Hunts Hill Glemsford CO10 7RP Telephone(01787) 281094

      Glemsford Social Club holds regular social events for it's members which are occasionally licensed to the public.

  • Great Barton
    • Bunbury Arms Ixworth rd (A134) Great Barton IP31 2NX Telephone(01359) 231253

      A popular local haunt for good value food & beer.

  • Great Cornard
    • Brook Inn 241 Bures Rd Great Cornard CO10 0JQ Telephone07759 960051

      Friendly, welcoming country locals' pub, formerly owned by Greene King now independent. Good range of up to five real ales on handpump. Located near the Suffolk/Essex border with beer garden and good sized car park. Two bars, one with low-key TV for sports events. The pub has bar billiards and pool tables with teams in local leagues.

    • Five Bells 63 Bures Rd Great Cornard CO10 0HU Telephone(01787) 379016

      A friendly community free house, situated near the church (home of the actual five bells) on the main Sudbury to Bures road. The main bar is decorated with philosophical signs and has a library and piano. A separate small bar houses a Tunisian restaurant. Pub games available including bar billiards. Open mic session every third Thursday and karaoke every second Friday. The home-made pies are legendary. A rare outlet for Greene King XX Mild. Large beer garden.

    • King's Head 115 Bures Rd Great Cornard CO10 0JE Telephone(01787) 319253

      Open plan interior with some parts of building dating from 16th cent. Pub games may include bar billiards.

  • Great Waldingfield
    • White Horse The Heath, Lavenham Rd (B1115) Great Waldingfield CO10 0RW Telephone(01787) 371314

      Built in the 18th century this cosy, character pub has low beamed ceilings with scrubbed floors and quarry tiles oozing with character. The single room bar is divided by a chimney breast into a games area, public section and dining area with a reasonably priced, varied menu. The White horse is run as a biker-friendly pub.

  • Great Wratting
    • Red Lion School Rd (B1061) Great Wratting CB9 7HA Telephone(01440) 783237

      Good beer, food & conversation are the mainstay of this traditional village local. With a huge back garden containing plenty to keep children occupied it is ideal for families in the summer months. Have a look at the amazing collection of copper & brass while trying the Adnams beers along with the occasional guest. Food is served either in the bar or restaurant. Look out for the whale's jawbone that you pass through as you enter the front door.

  • Groton
    • Fox & Hounds Church St Groton CO10 5ED Telephone(01787) 210474

      Pleasant relaxed atmosphere in both the small traditional public bar & lounge/diner. Fine views of the local countryside from the seating at front of the building.

  • Hartest
    • Crown The Green Hartest IP29 4DH Telephone(01284) 830250

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is offering takeaway food and beer. Please contact pub for details.

      In middle of village. This timber framed building has many exposed beams. Outside patio and garden to rear.

  • Haughley
    • King's Arms 3 Old St Haughley IP14 3NT Telephone(01449) 257120

      Rambling, timber framed, 16th cent. pub which retains a marvelous off-sales counter plus a separate snug, public bar & restaurant. Large safe garden for family use. A family-friendly pub serving good food in the heart of the village.

  • Haverhill
    • Drabbet Smock 05-06 Peas Hill, Market Square Haverhill CB9 8BB Telephone(01440) 713070

      Large friendly town centre bar in former shopping arcade & butchers run by JD Wetherspoon. Disabled toilet. The name refers to drabbet smocks, which were historically manufactured locally by the Gurteen company, who still produce menswear in the town today. This pub serves real cider as recognised by CAMRA. Holds the Cask Marque Award for serving quality real ale.

    • Nine Jars High Street Haverhill CB9 8AA Telephone(01440) 711998

      Upmarket bistro and bar in the old Bell Hotel building opposite St Mary's church.

    • Queen's Head 9 Queen St Haverhill CB9 9DZ Telephone(01440) 702026

      Oldest building in town (dates from 1470). Now Grade II listed with a rare Crown Post roof. Good ambiance and beer quality in the three rooms. The pub sign is a picture of the Diana, the landlady.

    • Rose & Crown 1 Withersfield Rd Haverhill CB9 9LA Telephone(01440) 708446

      Former coaching inn refurbished to a high standard. Ten rooms.

    • Royal Exchange 69 High St Haverhill CB9 8AH Telephone(01440) 702155

      Attractive white brick building with mainly local trade. Smoking facilities in beer garden. Three seperate Sky sytems allows a varied range of sport to be shown.

    • Woolpack 50 Queen St Haverhill CB9 9EF Telephone(01440) 707844

      Sports pub with pool table, 2 darts boards, poker night and big screen Sky TV.

  • Hawkedon
    • Queen's Head Rede Rd Hawkedon IP29 4NN Telephone(01284) 789218

      With up to six cask ales and good community spirit this pub has many events not to be missed including an annual beer festival, various live music evenings, sporting events and theatre suppers. Built 17th-18th century. A brewery was once located on the site.

  • Honington
    • Fox Troston Rd Honington IP31 1RD Telephone(01359) 269522

      Recently refurbished. A 1930s pub that's popular with personnel from nearby RAF base. Four rotating beers, sofas, today's papers and pool table.

  • Horringer
    • Beehive The St (A143) Horringer IP29 5SN Telephone(01284) 736737

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub will offer takeaway food service from w/c 30/3 - please contact pub for details

      Now reopen after extended closure and restored to a public house with quality food. Real ales from Adnams and three rotating ales, often including Oakham, Mauldons, Humpty Dumpty, Woodfordes and Bishop Nick, with two on hand pump and two on gravity dispense.

    • Six Bells The St (A143) Horringer IP29 5SJ Telephone(01284) 735551

      Close to the popular Ickworth House, the Six Bells was renovated in 2008.

  • Hundon
    • Plough Brockley Green Hundon CO10 8DT Telephone(01440) 786789

      Situated between two villages with panoramic views over the Suffolk countryside the Plough is a great venue for eating and drinking. Run by CAMRA members the varied beers are well kept and the food excellent. Two beer festivals are held at Easter and in the autumn along with regular quizzes, steak and fish nights and other special events. Quality accommodation is available in en-suite rooms.

    • Rose & Crown 20 North St Hundon CO10 8ED Telephone(01440) 786261

      Friendly community pub on main street through village near the church. Serving good value food and up to four real ales. Closed Mondays except bank holidays (open 12-9). Food served Thu-Sun - essential to book for Sunday lunch.

  • Icklingham
    • Guinness Arms The St (A1101) Icklingham IP28 6PS Telephone(01638) 597547

      A 16th century Thatched pub that is now a free house.

  • Ingham
    • Cadogan Arms The St Ingham IP31 1NG Telephone(01284) 728443

      Large flint and stone faced building that contains various rooms. The pub was renovated in 2007 and decorated to a very high standard. In 2011, the pub was awarded an AA Rosette for its outstanding food (see Publican Magazine).

  • Ixworth
    • Greyhound 49 High St Ixworth IP31 2HJ Telephone(01359) 230887

      Situated on the town's pretty high street, this traditional inn has three bars, one a lovely central snug. The heart of the building dates back to Tudor times. The pub is a rare outlet for Greene King XX Mild. Good value lunches and early evening meals are served in the restaurant. Dominoes, crib, darts and pool are played in leagues and for charity fundraising. Dogs and children are welcome.

    • Pykkerell 38 High St Ixworth IP31 2HH Telephone(01359) 230398

      Two separate bars and an enclosed courtyard to rear. Popular with diners and offering fish specialties. Three letting rooms.

  • Kedington
    • Barnardiston Arms King's Hill Kedington CB9 7NA Telephone(01440) 703145

      High ceilinged sports orientated pub. Occasional live music. Food available all afternoon.

  • Kentford
    • Kentford Bury Rd (B1506) Kentford CB8 7PR Telephone(01638) 750360

      Large country pub with garden with play area helps to make this a popular venue for families. The main bar has a very high ceiling and open fire. Food available. Winter opening times Tuesday - Friday 11-3, 6-10.30; Saturday 12-11; Sunday 12-4

  • Lakenheath
    • Brewer's Tap 54 High St Lakenheath IP27 9DS Telephone(01842) 862328

      A village centre pub of character, & a good find for real ale fans, being a true free house. Normally there are two to three handpumps offering both local & national beers. Happy hour is 5-6pm Monday to Thursday. The pub is bigger than it looks from the front & has a patio area at the rear. There is a public car park nearby. Traditional Sunday lunches are popular. Crib & darts played.

  • Lavenham
    • Angel Market Place Lavenham CO10 9QZ Telephone(01787) 247388

      Stands in the ancient market area at the centre of this historic village. Four local real ales are always on tap and these together with a good wine list, complement the food for which the Angel is renowned. An a la carte menu using local produce is available. Eight well equipped en suite bedrooms and a stunning residents sitting room ensure it is also a comfortable place to stay. Ask to see the medieval vaulted cellars during quiet periods. Piano played occasionally. Games in public area include dominoes and many board games.

    • Cock Horse 37 Church St Lavenham CO10 9SA Telephone(01787) 827330

      Thatched pub close to a large public car-park and opposite the famous medieval town church. Stone floor and beams in bar area. Enclosed garden for families to rear. Disabled toilet. The current pub was built to replace a nearby pub of the same name which was demolished in 1950. Name changed in late 2015 after previously being called the Cock for many years.

    • Greyhound 97 High St Lavenham CO10 9PZ

      Now trading as a pub again. Food usually available during opening hours.

    • Swan High St Lavenham CO10 9QA Telephone(01787) 247477

      Famous and prominently located medieval timber framed hotel (AA, RAC star rated) which has been extended to encompass several old cottages and the Wool Hall. Former USAF memorabilia from nearby WW2 airfields decorate the bar area. Separate restaurant. 49 rooms.

  • Lawshall
    • Swan The St Lawshall IP29 4QA Telephone(01284) 828477

      Set in the heart of rural Suffolk in the village of Lawshall the Swan Inn is everything that a country pub should be. A beautiful 18th century thatched building crammed full of period features and lovingly restored in 2013. On the menu you will find all the traditional classics with a few extra culinary delights. A large garden encourages children to play. A real ale festival is held in May.

  • Leavenheath
    • Hare & Hounds Harrow St (A134) Leavenheath CO6 4PW Telephone(01787) 212396

      This recently refurbished open-plan family run pub with a single bar now offers GK IPA, Adnams and guest beers from small local brewers. Cellar being refitted in Jan 2012. Pub is popular with local football and cricket teams and also offers traditional food. The building dates from the early 19th century and has a L shaped counter in a large open-plan single bar and a large garden and car-park.

  • Lidgate
    • Star The St Lidgate CB8 9PP Telephone(01638) 500275

      The Star Inn is the quintessential 16th Century English pub with its large log fires, oak beams, real ales & its warm, welcoming atmosphere. Since October 2011 seven local residents have formed a village consortium & are now the proud owners of this award-winning Free house (previously Greene King). The new Free House status has enabled the owners to offer a range of real ales with a focus on local East Anglian brewers. The ever-popular Woodforde’s Wherry is a permanent fixture with two further guest ales offering plenty of choice for the beer enthusiast. The consortium plans to enhance their Catalan style cuisine using locally sourced produce wherever possible. A new tapas menu has already proved very popular. The Star has a fascinating history, The building was constructed at the time of the Spanish Armada & is a late example of a hall house. The bar is situated in what was the open hall.

  • Lindsey
    • Lindsey Rose Lindsey Tye Lindsey IP7 6PP Telephone(01449) 741424

      The Lindsey Rose is a traditional country pub, one of the oldest pubs in the country, over 500 years old! Based in at the village of Lindsey in the heart of Suffolk. Lindsey is a small village with a population of just over 100 people. The pub reopened in 2017 following renovation. Other than these works, the pub is keeping to the pub’s roots as a traditional pub serving locally sourced pub food.

  • Long Melford
    • Black Lion The Green Long Melford CO10 9DN Telephone(01787) 312356

      Recently refurbished (in summer 2017). Reopened in Autumn 2017. Georgian Hotel (10 letting rooms) overlooking the famous huge village green and close to church. Also close to Long Melford hall (National Trust) and Kentwell Hall.

    • Bull Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JG Telephone(01787) 378494

      Imposing 15th cent. 3* hotel with 25 rooms & used as an inn since at least 1580. The comfortable bar & lounge to rear of building (accessed from main entrance) overlook a coutyard & also welcomes non residents. It previously featured in TV's Lovejoy. The hotel was extensively & sympathetically refurbished in 2003. Food available

    • Cock & Bell Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JR Telephone(01787) 379807

      Traditional, timber framed pub with a refurbished bar & two dining areas, one of which is reputedly an old cock-fighting pit. Food is available (12-10pm)

    • Crown Inn Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JL Telephone(01787) 377666

      The Crown is a busy family-run free house and cosy hotel set in the popular antiques centre of Long Melford. Two regular ales and two changing guests together with real cider are served on hand pumps. A high-quality home cooked menu is served in the large bar and separate restaurant. There is a large attractive patio garden for summer dining and drinking. Eleven comfortable bedrooms are available for those wishing to stay and explore this picturesque area.

    • George & Dragon Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JA Telephone(01787) 371285

      Lively bar with reputation for good food and accommodation (12 letting rooms). Ample car park & garden to the rear. Live music on Wed + Fri eve. Disabled toilet.

    • Hare High St Long Melford CO10 9DF Telephone(01787) 310379

      Large red brick pub on far side of green close to entrance to Kentwell Hall. Retains four rooms around a central bar & offers home cooked food. A first floor function room is free to hire during normal opening hours. It’s a perfect space for meetings and family gatherings and has a private bar.

    • Long Melford Ex-Service & Social Club Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JL Telephone(01787) 371182

      Established social club in the main street of the village. Three well kept real ales.

    • Nethergate Brewery Tap Rodbridge Corner Long Melford CO10 9HJ Telephone(01787) 377087

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Brewery is offering beer takeaways - please contact brewery for details.

      A new shop and visitor centre located on outskirts of the town (on a former garage site) that opened Easter 2017. The new brewery became fully operational in November 2017 with the entire move from the farm site in Pentlow expected to be completed a few months after.

      The bar and shop offers a wide range of products and tastings.

    • Swan Hall St Long Melford CO10 9JQ Telephone(01787) 468653

      Popular two roomed pub which offers good food. Large beer garden. Recently undergone a stylish & contemporary refurbishment. Passionate about fresh ingredients & source produce locally wherever possible. Also have a rear courtyard dining area beautiful lawns, check out our website for pictures & up to date menu's. Watch out for "Kentwellians" during the Tudor recreations at Kentwell Hall who can often be found in the back bar on summer evenings.

  • Mildenhall
    • Bell High St Mildenhall IP28 7EA Telephone(01638) 583511

      Friendly 17th cent. coaching inn with an outside patio area. Car park via St Andrews St.

    • Half Moon 103 Kingsway Mildenhall IP28 7HS Telephone(01638) 712618

      Lively bar with pool table and dance floor.

    • Maid's Head 9 Kingsway Mildenhall IP28 7HN Telephone(01638) 712272

      Prominent pub with large car park. Regular live music.

    • Mildenhall Town Football Club Recreation Way Mildenhall IP28 7HG Telephone(01638) 713449

      The football club is open to visiting CAMRA members on production of a membership card. The licensee is a real ale enthusiast and serves up to five beers on draught. Beer festivals are held annually, and the club is renowned for its hospitality in the local leagues. The entrance is though the gate to the main stand.

    • Queen's Arms 42 Queensway Mildenhall IP28 7JY Telephone(01638) 713657

      Popular with real ale drinkers and used as a community centre by the locals. Two handpumps in constant use. A range of alternating Belgian beers are also stocked, one real cider is regularly available.

    • Riverside House Hotel 17 Mill St Mildenhall IP28 7DP Telephone(01638) 717274

      Well appointed hotel lounge bar.

  • Monks Eleigh
    • Swan The St (A1141) Monks Eleigh IP7 7AU Telephone(01449) 744544

      A welcoming, traditional country pub in the heart of Suffolk with grill menu and a choice of local cask ales on handpumps. Food and drink is sourced from small and artisan producers bringing a range of Suffolk ingredients to the table and bar. Uppermost restaurant area has a large inglenook fireplace and there is a smaller real fire in the bar area. Occasional entertainment includes comedy nights. Closed Mondays but available for private dining and party hire.

  • Moulton
    • Packhorse Inn Bridge Rd Moulton CB8 8SP Telephone(01638) 751818

      Modern local facing village green. Close to a medieval pack horse bridge.

  • Nayland
    • Anchor Inn 26 Court St Nayland CO6 4JL Telephone(01206) 262313

      A popular two bar local for drinkers who enjoy quiet conversation. Both bars are wood panelled. Outdoor seating is set beside river Stour which is the county border with Essex. The owner Suffolk Country Inns has put the pub up for sale (September 2018).

  • Newmarket
    • Bedford Lodge Bury Rd Newmarket CB8 7BX Telephone(01638) 663175

      Hotel with 200 rooms which also offers full conference facilities & a Health club (incl. a swimming pool). Disabled toilet.

    • Bull 62 High St Newmarket CB8 8LB Telephone(01638) 662534

      Busy pub with food all day. Popular with younger drinkers in evening. Occasional live music.

    • Bushel Market Street Newmarket CB8 8EE Telephone(01638) 668785

      One of the oldest pubs in town (dating from the 17th or 18th century) which is now located within the Guineas shopping arcade. This area of town was once a maze of lanes known as the Rookery. Live music every 3rd Sunday by Dennis Stratton (Iron Maiden) and Dave Edwards (Manfred Mann) 6-8pm

    • Golden Lion 44 High St Newmarket CB8 8LB Telephone(01638) 672040

      The Golden Lion is one of Wetherspoon's finest, a large bustling 18th century town pub, situated on the main high street. Knowledgeable and efficient staff serving up to 7 real ales at any one time including up to 3 guest ales. The pub's name is thought to have originated from King Henry I and is also known as the Lion of Justice. Popular with the local horse racing community. Children welcome until 9pm in the family area. One real cider also available. Holds the Cask Marque Award for serving quality real ale.

    • Links Golf Club Cambridge Road Newmarket CB8 0TG Telephone(01638) 663000

      A 9 hole golf course and club house. Members & guests only.

    • New Wellington 81 Cheveley Rd Newmarket CB8 8AD Telephone(01638) 662137

      Small friendly community pub Food 12-2 & 6-9.30 (12-8pm on Sun). Located away from the other pubs in town which are all close to the High st area. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/767

    • Waggon & Horses 34 High St Newmarket CB8 8LB Telephone(01638) 662479

      Busy town centre ale house.

    • White Hart 134 High St Newmarket CB8 8JP Telephone(01638) 663051

      Large town centre bar with 18 room hotel to rear & outdoor patio drinking area. Food available with breakfast served every day from 10am.

  • Newton
    • Saracen's Sudbury Rd / Colchester Rd Newton CO10 0QJ Telephone(01787) 379036

      Beamed 15th cent. pub close to a popular roadside golf course. The pub was renamed Saracens in early 2010. Villagers are entitled to play 8 holes which are on common land.

  • Norton
    • Dog Ixworth Rd Norton IP31 3LP Telephone(01359) 230440

      This 17th cent. pub has two bars & a separate dining room.

  • Old Newton
    • Old Newton Sports & Social Club 33a Church Road Old Newton IP14 4ED

      The Club provides a friendly and welcoming place to relax, take part in a wide variety of sports and pastimes, or simply pass the time with good friends.

      The club is open to members and new members are always welcome

  • Ousden
    • Fox Front St Ousden CB8 8TR Telephone(01638) 500740

      Traditional 17th cent. local with steps between two bars. Under new management from September 2016.

  • Pakenham
    • Fox The Street Pakenham IP31 2JU Telephone(01359) 230194

      After a lengthy closure the Fox re-opened in August 2016 following a full refurbishment of the pub, and celebrates being a free house for the first time in the pub's history.

      Four real ales are available on hand pump plus 2 real ciders. Friday night pizza or fish and chips only, traditional Sunday lunches, full menu other days. The pub also holds regular quiz nights. Awarded the local CAMRA branch Pub of the Month in February 2017 and branch Pub of the Year 2018.

  • Polstead
    • Brewers Arms Bower House Tye, Polstead CO6 5BZ Telephone(01787) 210441

      This popular roadside pub has a large modernised interior with a separate restaurant. There's also a spacious garden.

    • Cock The Green Polstead CO6 5AL Telephone(01206) 263150

      Pretty 16th cent. pub in centre of a picture-postcard village.

  • Preston St Mary
    • Six Bells The Street Preston St Mary CO10 9NG Telephone(01787) 247440

      Just three miles north of Lavenham this pub is set in the middle of a quiet village, with the church across the way. Serving lunch and dinner as well as traditional roasts all day on Sundays, the food menu is characterised by the use of British seasonal produce, sourced from local farms and niche suppliers including nearby Lavenham Butchers and day-boat fish from Leigh-on-Sea. House beer is brewed by owners own micro brewery in London. An extensive wine list sits alongside a beer selection voted for by pub regulars. The spacious outdoor garden provides alfresco dining and drinking opportunities for long leisurely lunches in the sun. The extensive grounds can also accommodate a marquee seating up to 200 guests for private functions. Smaller events are also welcomed at this traditional 15th Cent. village pub. Large, open bar with dart board & TV & cosy lounge with sofas plus heated conservatory. Small self-catering unit available for hire which can also be used on a bed & breakfast basis.

  • Rattlesden
    • Brewers Lower Rd Rattlesden IP30 0RJ Telephone(01449) 736377

      Close to river on low road in village this comfortable bar has a good reputation for food. The restaurant contains exposed bread ovens from a former bakery. Disabled toilet.

      Re-opening as a Free House on the 18th Oct 2018 after extensive restoration. New owners will be offering "quality local ale, fresh kegged beer and a full bar offering, alongside quality home cooked food using local, fresh produce." The Business is now trading as 'The Brewers', dropping the 'Arms'.

    • Five Bells High St Rattlesden IP30 0RA Telephone(01449) 737373

      Set on the high road through a picturesque village, this is a good old Suffolk drinking house - few of its kind still survive. Three well chosen ales on the bar are usually sourced direct from the breweries. The cosy single-room interior has a games area on a lower level and there is occasional live music. Pub games include shut-the-box and shove-ha'penny plus petanque in the garden in summer. A dog friendly pub.

  • Red Lodge
    • Red Lodge 70 Turnpike Rd Red Lodge IP28 8LB Telephone(01638) 750531

      Former hunting lodge & built about 1600 now a pub restaurant serving wide ranging menu including exotic meats.

  • Rede
    • Plough The Village Green Rede IP29 4BE Telephone(01284) 789208

      A beautiful looking pub known for its food but also providing some fine beer. Part thatched with a cosy interior. Quarry tiled floor and wood-burner in old fireplace. Several bar stools encourage non-diners, a "satnav" may prove useful as it is rather tucked away. Run by landlord Brian Desborough for over 30 years. Patio outside and a rather secluded garden.

  • Risby
    • Crown & Castle South St Risby IP28 6QU Telephone(01284) 810393

      Attractive flint faced building opened as a pub and shop in the late 1800’s and was sold by Greene King in 2014. A 120ft deep unrecorded well was discovered (safely we hope) during alterations in recent times and is now a feature beneath a grille in the entrance lobby. Classic back and front bars with food available and can be taken in either. Back bar is the public with games and conversation dominating, well-behaved dogs are allowed in here.

  • Rougham
    • Bennet Arms 1 Kingshall St. Rougham IP30 9LH Telephone(01359) 270356

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is offering takeaway food. Please contact pub for details.

      Traditional village pub. Food takeaway service throughout opening hours.

    • Ravenwood Hall The Rookery (off A14) Rougham IP30 9JA Telephone(01359) 270345

      Set in seven acres of landscaped woodlands & gardens, this country house hotel has a lounge bar, restaurant & 14 rooms finished to a high standard.

  • Shimpling
    • Bush The St Shimpling IP29 4HU Telephone(01284) 828257

      Traditional pub with exposed beams & flagstone floors. Locally sourced food and ales. The Bush has a cosy bar with a log fire, a large restaurant and a large pub garden where meals can be served al fresco in the summer months.

  • Sicklesmere
    • Rushbrooke Arms Sudbury Rd (A134) Sicklesmere IP30 0BU Telephone(01284) 388242

      A large thatched pub with a spacious garden & a separate restaurant housed in a rebuilt granary barn (dating from 1480) which was relocated to this site in the mid-1980s. Also on site is a Bumpy's Magic Kingdom, a fully supervised indoor play area for children.

  • Stanningfield
    • Red House Bury Rd Stanningfield IP29 4RR Telephone(01284) 828330

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is operating a food bank - please contact pub for details.

      In the heart of the village just 5 miles south of Bury St Edmunds on the edge of Hoggards Green. They have regular entertainment with live music, karaoke & discos to keep the Red House rocking! Lunches Mon to Sat served 12 to 2pm and evening meals 5 to 8pm. Family friendly and friendly dogs welcome . Also Lovely garden at rear. Parking available and a 10 cycle parking area. A notice posted around the pub (Feb 2020) states that the pub will now close at 10pm (last orders 9.30) on Tuesday and Sunday evening EXCEPT on quiz/event nights.

  • Stoke by Clare
    • Lion The St Stoke by Clare CO10 8HP Telephone(01787) 277571

      Local, team orientated pub with attractive seating & set close to the village green.

  • Stoke by Nayland
    • Crown Park St Stoke by Nayland CO6 4SE Telephone(01206) 262001

      Very large & popular open plan single bar which is predominantly used by diners & is nicely divided into many smaller seating spaces. Large car-park. Disabled toilet. Boutique hotel to rear of premises since 2008.

  • Sudbury
    • Angel 43 Friars St Sudbury CO10 2AG Telephone(01787) 882228

      Cosy, G2 listed town centre bar. Retains a 17th cent Mauldons brewery window. Food available. Disabled toilet.

    • Bay Horse 61-65 Melford Rd Sudbury CO10 1JS Telephone(01787) 377450

      Single bar located on outskirts of town. Five letting rooms available. Pub owners are now free of tie (since May 2013) when they purchased from Enterprise Inns. Now trading as a free house. Eight real ales currently available. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/931

    • Black Boy 7 Market Hill Sudbury CO10 2EA Telephone(01787) 379046

      Historic building that has recently been refurbished and changes made to make the most of what The Black Boy has to offer, such as extending the bar so that it can now cater for the seven real ales and craft ciders that will be on draught. Though it’s newly refurbished, The Black Boy still has a traditional inn feel. “With two log burners we plan on keeping you warm and cosy for the rest of the winter. Sink in to a sofa, sample some ale, have a glass of wine or a great cup of coffee and sample some of our traditional pub fayre.” A real ale loyalty card is being launched that will take 40p a pint off the full retail price on a Wednesday all day for anyone to join. Camra members can have a 20p per pint discount off the full retail price on real ales at all times on production of a membership card. The Black Boy has a tasty menu of pub classics using local produce. The menu includes relaxed meals that will definitely fill a hole, such as The Black Boy cheese and bacon burger, king prawn and chorizo linguine and Slow braised bbq ribs, served with coleslaw, corn on the cob and skinny fries. Also open for breakfast daily from 9-11am. Seven ensuite letting rooms are available and a a large outside courtyard seating area.

    • Brewery Tap 21 to 23 East St Sudbury CO10 2TP Telephone(01787) 370876

      A mecca for real ale drinkers the Mauldon's brewery tap is a traditional comfortable friendly pub of the old style. Soup, rolls, filled baps, occasional chillies, stews and local made pies are available and takeaways can be ordered in. Events include a Sunday breakfast club, quiz nights, live music and beer festivals in April and October. The pub is home to golf, darts, crib and bar billiards clubs. A must for beer and pub lovers.

    • Gainsborough 7-8 King St Sudbury CO10 2EB Telephone(01787) 372419

      Lively bar with regular live music. Now also serving food in the evenings

    • Grover & Allen 68 - 69 North St Sudbury CO10 1RF Telephone(01787) 467660

      Large modern split level pub offering a range of beers from the Wetherspoon national list. Regular beer festivals. Disabled toilet.

    • Horse & Groom 35 East St Sudbury CO10 2TU Telephone(01787) 371323

      Locals bar with single L shaped bar. Patio & outdoor smoking shelter.

    • Maldon Grey Cats Ln Sudbury CO10 2RZ Telephone(01787) 372675

      Enlarged two bar estate pub. Lively at weekends. Childrens play area & large beer garden. Food available (12-9). Karaoke every two weeks. Sometimes listed as being in Chilton, the pub is actually on the boundary between Sudbury & Great Cornard.

    • Mill Walnut Tree Ln Sudbury CO10 1BD Telephone(01787) 375544

      Former mill house (dating back to 16th century) now used as a 56 bedroom hotel with oak beamed restaurant that overlooks a terrace & the mill pond and where some of the historic mill equipment can still be seen. Licensed for civil ceremonies.

    • North Street Tavern 66-68 North St Sudbury CO10 1RE Telephone(01787) 882269

      Popular games venue with L shaped bar. Live music on Fri + Sat eve. Children welcome until 7pm. Disabled toilet.

    • Prince of Wales 38 New St Sudbury CO10 1JB Telephone(01787) 880151

      Large open-plan bar with a separate games area. Live music every Sat. Food available. Reputedly the cellar once had various passageways linking it to other buildings in the town.

    • Quay Bar Quay Theatre Quay Ln Sudbury CO10 2AN Telephone(01787) 374745

      Intimate upstairs bar in the Quay theatre complex. Originally a riverside warehouse on former wharf. Monthly Open Music Nights, Quiz Nights and various other events in the bar. Disabled toilet downstairs.

      Note: Sunday opening times relate to shownights only

    • Sudbury Institute Club 54 Station Road Sudbury CO10 2SP Telephone(01787) 379057

      Five ales always well kept and available - Greene King IPA and 4 changing guest beers. Annual beer festival in July open to non members.

    • Wagon Church Walk, Acton Square Sudbury CO10 1HJ Telephone(01787) 312147

      Recently refurbished (March 2019), good choice of real ales. Strong emphasis on eating with good selection of mid-range meals. A delightful back street inn.

    • Weaver's Tap Queensbury House, 1 East St Sudbury CO10 2HX Telephone(01787) 464050

      Large open plan bar serving food all day. Outdoor seating area with Sky Sports on multi-screens. Disabled toilet. Entrance for disabled customers to rear.

    • White Horse 97 North St Sudbury CO10 1RF Telephone(01787) 374321

      Popular 17th cent. single room bar. Live original music every Friday & live covers bands every Saturday as well as acoustic sets on a Sunday evening. Comedy club once a month on a Thursday. Food available - they only use fresh produce with nothing frozen & everything is home made. Wednesday is steak night & Thursday has CluckingDoodleDo which is a Nandos style chicken night - many daily specials as well.

  • Sudbury (Ballingdon)
    • Cyclist 53 Ballingdon St Sudbury (Ballingdon) CO10 2BZ

      Reopened in January 2018 as a cyclist and rambler friendly pub after major refurbishment and renaming. Now a free house. There is a secure bike lock-up and a basic toolkit is available if needed (there's also a good bike shop nearby).

      They aim to provide a warm, cosy environment and specialise in local ales. Coffee, wine, tea and simple food are also available.

      Important note The Cyclist is totally cash-free. So you will need a card to pay for food and drinks. Food Available Monday to Friday lunch time and Sunday lunch.

      Beers sold on draught (in rotation) - they currently are from: Colchester Brewery Mauldons Brewery Nethergate Brewery Green Jack Brewery Earl Soham Brewery Cliff Quay Brewery Duvel Moortgat

  • Thurston
    • Fox & Hounds Barton Rd Thurston IP31 3QT Telephone(01359) 232228

      A listed building, this popular local sits in the middle of the village a short walk from the railway station. The restaurant, serving good home cooked food, is within the public bar area separated by up-lights from an original wall, with a separate bar for pool and darts. On bank holidays and special occasions live music is performed. The pub holds regular quiz nights and bingo. Accommodation is available.

    • Grange Barton Rd Thurston IP31 3PQ Telephone(01359) 231260

      Tudor style hotel set in gardens with a terraced drinking area. 15 en suite bedrooms. Banqueting & conferencing facilities.

    • Victoria Norton Rd Thurston IP31 3QH Telephone(01359) 230951

      Pleasant pub with conservatory area. Disabled toilet.

  • Tostock
    • Gardners' Arms Church Rd Tostock IP30 9PA Telephone(01359) 270460

      Situated in a charming village just two miles off the A14 this fine 14th century building retains the original low beams & stone floor in the public bar. Darts, pool & crib are played here. The large lounge has a big open fireplace. Home cooked food is served in the potting shed & tasty snacks throughout the pub. The large enclosed garden & patio are wonderful for families in the summer. The fireplace was built from stone taken from the abbey at Bury after it was destroyed during the dissolution.

  • Tuddenham St Mary
    • White Hart High St Tuddenham St Mary IP28 6SQ Telephone(01638) 718780

      Small flint faced pub. Re opened as a free house offering a selection of real ales & some good old fashioned dishes.

  • West Row
    • Jude's Ferry Ferry Ln West Row IP28 8PT Telephone(01638) 712277

      With a pleasant river frontage & moorings this pub offers a large menu selection & a wide variety of dishes to choose from including a roast on Sundays.

  • Whepstead
    • White Horse Rede Rd Whepstead IP29 4SS Telephone(01284) 735760

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Pub is operating a food bank - please contact pub for details.

      Today this historic building has two bars with one used as a restaurant. The pub also has its own art gallery, with regular exhibitions and pictures for sale.

  • Wickhambrook
    • Greyhound Meeting Green Wickhambrook CB8 8XS Telephone(01440) 821017

      COVID-19 UPDATE: Take away service is going great with a large number of people ordering, especially at the weekend, so order early to avoid disappointment. See the menu on website, and some draft beer is still on tap (April 2020) - contact pub to order. #pullingtogether

      The Greyhound opened its doors under its current owners in August 2011 after being purchased from Greene King. The Greyhound has since undergone a huge refurbishment including the demolition of half of the pub and the erection of a new building housing a new kitchen and new restaurant Twenty One. The pub is committed to supporting the local community.

  • Withersfield
    • Flying Shuttle Haverhill Research Park Withersfield CB9 7SW Telephone(01440) 702853

      New build pub by Marstons on outskirts of Haverhill - opened it’s doors in April 2014. "Shona and the team look forward to welcoming you to The Flying Shuttle! A Rotisserie Restaurant and Bar for Haverhill which opened in May 2014, situated at the entrance to the new Haverhill Research Park on the A1307 heading out of town towards Cambridge." (from their website)

    • White Horse Hollow Hill Withersfield CB9 7SH Telephone(01440) 706081

      18th cent. thatched inn set in attractive gardens. It is set in the quiet picturesque Suffolk country village of Withersfield, with a backdrop of open fields and trees. The pub consists of an early 18th Century grade II listed thatched building, with a restaurant, catering for up to 60 people. The newly renovated bar area has an open fire and beams throughout. The pub is filled with memorabilia of the ages and particularly of Sir Donald Bradman, the Australian cricket legend. The restaurant offers breakfast for the business and leisure visitors followed by a traditional lunch menu and afternoon vintage tea service. The pub remains open through the day and the restaurant then provides an evening menu to suit all tastes. The gardens offer secure enclosed lawns and a patio for outside dining. Spacious areas are available for marquees and private functions. There is a large car park with space for all visitors. There are 5 guest rooms in a self-contained, centrally heated building.

  • Woolpit
    • Bull The St Woolpit IP30 9SA Telephone(01359) 240393

      Recently changed hands after previous landlord retired after 30 years. Large Inn on the old Ipswich to Cambridge road through the village. A garden with a children's play area leads off the car park beside the pub. Inside choose between the community minded front bar, hosting varied charity events throughout the year, a games room, comfortable conservatory & a spacious restaurant at the rear. Wholesome home cooked food is served (not Sun eve).

  • Worlington
    • Walnut Tree The St Worlington IP28 8RU Telephone(01638) 713345