No visit to Suffolk would be complete without taking the opportunity to indulge yourself at some of the excellent pubs, restaurants and eating places in the local area. We have listed some that are within walking distance or a short drive but for more information we also recommend looking at Suffolk Coast website here: www.thesuffolkcoast.co.uk
The Golden Key, Snape (15 minutes Walk) Website: www.goldenkeysnape.co.uk
The Golden Key is a relaxed cottage-style dining pub dating back to the 1600’s, tucked away from the main road through the village. With large roaring fires in the winter and a sunny front terrace for warmer times the bar offers a good range of Adnams, guest ales and wines by the glass or bottle. The Key is open every day for lunch and dinner all year round. The emphasis is on very local and very fresh ingredients.
Telephone: 01728 688510.
The Crown Inn, Snape (15 minutes Walk) Website: www.snape-crown.co.uk
The Crown is a 15th Century smuggler’s inn with old beams, brick floors and probably the finest double Suffolk settle in existence. The menu offers dishes cooked from locally sourced seasonal produce including their own reared meat and vegetable allotment, Adnams beers, and an interesting 30 plus bin wine list. A warm welcome awaits you.
Telephone: 01728 688324.
The Plough & Sail, Snape (20 minutes Walk) Website: www.theploughandsailsnape.com
The Plough and Sail provides bright, airy and avant garde surroundings to enjoy a mouth watering selection of seasonal dishes and quality ales, wines and spirits. Be sure to visit and enjoy a warm welcome at the Plough and Sail, right next to the Snape Maltings, perhaps before or after a concert or as a break during shopping.
Telephone: 01728 688413.
The Ship Inn, Blaxhall (5 minutes drive) Website: www.blaxhallshipinn.co.uk
The Ship Inn is a traditional country pub in the beautiful village of Blaxhall, 2 miles from Snape and 6 miles from Aldeburgh. They offer a real taste of the country with fine homemade food and real ales. The restaurant serves home-cooked food with a whole range of country favourites on the menu, using the best local ingredients and locally produced meats.
Telephone: 01728 688316.
The Queens Head, Bramfield, near Halesworth (15 mins drive) Website: www.queensheadbramfield.co.uk
“Enjoy locally sourced, freshly prepared food in a warm, family friendly pub. With all day opening hours, seasonal menus and an extensive wine and gin list. We have a regularly changing menu with daily specials and local cask ales.”
This astounding 16th century Grade II listed building has been lovingly restored to showcase its beautiful original beams, large open fireplaces and elegant vaulted ceiling. Dogs kept on a lead are most welcome here.
The Lighthouse, Aldeburgh (10 minutes drive) Website: The Lighthouse
Sam and the team at The Lighthouse Restaurant welcome every customer into a relaxed atmosphere which as a result makes them feel at home. In addition to the upstairs and downstairs eating location, the courtyard plays host in the summer months. The Lighthouse Aldeburgh offers unique relaxed approach to eating out, with you dictating the pace of your evening.
Telephone: 01728 453377