Framlingham Pub Map

Pubs in Framlingham

The Railway Inn, Framlingham

This quirky pub has been completely redecorated in a modern and individual style which takes influences from the typographic revolution of the 1980's, as well as taking on an animal feel which ranges from the farmyard to the plains of Africa. The interior has a feeling of space and...

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The Castle Inn, Framlingham

A hostelry more convenient when visiting Framlingham Castle you will not find. Situated at the castle's historic entrance this lovely pub with its delightful courtyard offers Adnams ales, Aspall's cider and good food. Castle Street,  

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The Station, Framlingham

An unpretentious pub with large wooden tables, open fires and large black boards crammed full of interesting, exciting dishes prepared using the finest, locally sourced, seasonal produce. Located on the outskirts of Framlingham, this is a popular social hub with a ‘buzzy’ atmosp...

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The Dennington Queen, Dennington

A beautiful 500 year old inn retaining many of its original features, including a coffin hatch and a bricked up tunnel leading to the village church. Now restored into classy bar and restaurant, with an excellent menu, big open fires, and relaxing ambience. Watch out for the residen...

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The Chequers Inn, Kettleburgh

A welcoming, traditional country pub, serving real ales and locally sourced, hearty food.The Chequers Inn also offers a 4* B&B. Near to the market town of Framlingham.

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The White Horse, Easton

This picture post card pub has retained  the charm and features of a tradional 18th century Inn, with large open fires, low beamed ceilings and fine real ales. The menu is "simple, fresh, vibrant and local"  Serving brunch, lunch and supper, families, including dogs, are welcome.

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The White Horse Inn, Badingham

A pretty and charming 15th century pub, located on the A1120 tourist road en route to the beautiful Suffolk coast. The large garden overlooks the bowling green, and further seating can be found to the front. It's the ideal spot for a drink or a meal on your way to or from the coast....

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The Queens Head, Brandeston

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Queens Head in Brandeston. The freehouse is now under new owners Tim Johnson and Anna Cornford, where an impressive range of selected beers and wines can be enjoyed here. Tim is locally known as the ex-golf pro at Cretingham Golf Club and Anna has...

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The Victoria, Earl Soham

The first Earl Soham Brewery  pub where the beer was brewed in Maurice's old chicken shed at the back.  The pub is small but perfectly formed. The Victoria is an unspoilt country pub on the village green of Earl Soham, serving Earl Soham Brewery beers an...

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King's Head (The Low House), Laxfield

The King's Head (The Low House) is very much a traditional English pub; in fact, it is one of the very few pubs left in Britain that has no counter-bar! Rather, you go into the tap room, survey the array of barrels and request whatever takes your fancy, which is then drawn straight from the ba...

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The Cretingham Bell, Cretingham

Dating originally from c. 1545 The Bell is situated on the crossroads in the centre of Cretingham just 10 miles from Ipswich and a few miles from Woodbridge - the building has many period features, timbered throughout with 3 inglenook fireplaces..

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The Sweffling White Horse

A traditional ale house, serving locally made, real ales, cides and spirits, organic wine and bar snacks made with local, wholesome, free range ingredients. Hot pies straight from the wiid-fired range cooker in the winter. There are 2 wooburners, and traditional pub games...

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The Ivy House, Stradbroke

A public house in the village of Stradbroke, specialising in Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes, on top the well-loved, traditional English foods.  With a bar offering real ales from hand pumps and fine wine from the Adnams wine cellar, ample car parking and a pub ga...

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Bucks Head, Thwaite

Freshly refurbished and under new management, the Bucks Head is open from Tuesday to Sunday. Lunch is served from 12 noon until 3:00pm and the evening menu is available from 6pm until 9:00pm.The stylish dining room and informal bar area offer a choice of dining environments, while t...

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Other pubs elsewhere in Suffolk

The Greyhound Inn, Pettistree

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Stewart and Louise McKenzie took over The Greyhound Inn in early 2013 - their ambition to create a fine menu serving good local Suffolk produce...


The King's Head, Laxfield

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The King’s Head otherwise known as The Low House is unique as it is one of the very few pubs left in Britain that has no bar-counter.You...


The Ufford Crown, Ufford

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The Ufford Crown is a family run pub and restaurant in the charming village of Ufford, Suffolk. The food is excellent and an a la carte men...


The White Horse, Rendham

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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.&nbs...


White Lion, Lower Ufford

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The White Lion Inn is a traditional local pub serving hearty homemade food, local ales and organising a full calendar of events for all the fami...


The Elephant And Castle, Eyke

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A fantastic, 15th century pub, with a friendly welcome and delicious food. The Sunday roast is excellent, and there is a great range of real...


The Wilford Bridge, Melton

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A beautiful pub serving delicious food; ideal for al fresco dining or enjoying a glass of wine or ale in the summer.With the british weat...


The Coach And Horses, Melton

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A truly delightful pub serving delicious food. Originally a staging inn or coach house, it’s historical role is equally well served today provid...


Sibton White Horse

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A classic 16th century Suffolk country pub. With an enchanting courtyard and outdoor terrace, try al fresco summer dining at the Sibton White Horse...


The Fox & Goose, Fressingfield

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A fine dining and traditional country pub, with AA 2 Rossettes and featured in the Michelin and Harden's food guides.The Fox and Goose co...


The Old Mariner, Woodbridge

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A lovely pub in the heart of town with a friendly locals bar, a back bar and a pleasant garden with heated patio.A great selection of Tap...


The Green Man Inn, Tunstall

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


Ye Olde Bell And Steelyard, Woodbridge

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Ye Olde Bell & Steelyard is a Charming 16th Century Pub in the centre of historic Woodbridge, it is arguably the finest Public House in Wood...


The Bull Hotel, Woodbridge

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This family run hotel, originally a coaching inn built in the 1600s, is ideally located to explore the fine market town of Woodbridge and surrou...


The Angel, Woodbridge

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Really good pub food which is reasonably priced.  Lovely bar area and a fantastic range of gins - colleagues tell me over 250 c...