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Places to Eat and Drink

The popular, dog friendly, Rumburgh Buck is our closest place to eat and drink and is only a 5 minute walk from us. A traditional pub, dating from the 16th Centruy, The Buck serves good pub food and excellent beer and regularly wins awards from CAMRA, most recently in 2022, when it was recognised as The North East Suffolk CAMRA pub of the year. The Buck has a pool table, darts board and regularly hosts live music. It is also a dog friendly pub.

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Other suggestions for places to eat and drink are below. All of these are within a 30 minute drive.  

Traditional Pubs

The Fox and Goose in Fressingfield -

The Queen’s Head in Blyford -

The White Hart in Blythburgh -

The Ship in Dunwich -

The Plough in Wissett -

The Fleece in Bungay -

The White Horse in Sibton -

Graze in Beccles -

The Crown in Westleton -

The Star Inn in Wenhaston -

The Huntsman and Hounds in Spexhall -

The Angel in Halesworth -

The Buck in Flixton -

The Huntingfield Arms in Huntingfield

Italian / Pizza Restaurants

Suffolk Stonehouse in Bungay -

Cleone’s in Halesworth -

Oak Fired at The Royal Oak in Beccles -

Fianos in Bungay -


Vegetarian Only

River Green Café in Trowse near Norwich -

The Tipsy Vegan in Norwich -

The Walnut Tree in Thwaite -

Cafes (for day time snacks and lunches)

The Black Dog Deli in Halesworth -

The Cut (Arts Centre and Café) in Halesworth -

Edward’s Café in Halesworth -

The Ancient House Bistro in Halesworth -

Urban Jungle in Beccles -

Twyfords Café in Beccles -

Upstairs at Baileys in Beccles -

Earsham Street Café in Bungay -

Earsham Hall Café in Earsham -

Two Magpies Bakery in Darsham -

Within our reception are we provide lots of information about visiting local towns and attractions, and are happy to make recommendations of places to eat and drink

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- credit: The Rumburgh Buck
- credit: The Rumburgh Buck
- credit: The Wissett Plough
- credit: The Wissett Plough
- credit: Earsham Street Cafe
- credit: Earsham Street Cafe