Southwold Pubs Map

Pubs in Southwold

The Red Lion, Southwold

The Red Lion sits on the edge of one of Southwolds famous Greens. During the warmer days, outside eating and drinking is a must on the many benches that are scattered about. 


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The Lord Nelson, Southwold

The Nelson as we know it today, was built on the traditional belief that a pub should be a haven, somewhere warm, welcoming and wholesome, a place to unwind in a classless environment.


Sole Bay Inn, Southwold

Ideally situated under the Southwold lighthouse and just two minutes walk from the sea, the Sole Bay Inn Pub is the closest pub to the famous Adnams Brewery - you can see it from the pub....


The Crown, Southwold

The food is famously good and the wine list wonderful. You don’t have to take their word for it – The Crown is an award winning hotel and was named ‘Wine Pub of the Year’ by the Morning Advertis...


The Bell Inn, Walberswick

Full of nooks and crannies, characterful flagstones and open fire, the Bell Inn serves delicious home-made food. They are well known for their fish and chips and fish pie!Adnams ales and...


The Harbour Inn, Southwold

Right on the water’s edge The Harbour Inn is a traditional old Fisherman’s pub steeped in history and old Southwold charm.It hosts two wood panelled, snug and cosy bars which are u...


The Anchor, Walberswick

Delicious food served here using the best ingredients and wherever possible locally sourced using independent suppliers.Well known for real ales, fabulous wines and over 50 imported bottl...


The Plough Inn, Wangford

An Adnams pub, The Plough Inn is a traditional Suffolk inn just off the A12. A short drive from Southwold, it is the perfect place for stopping off on a long journey.Delicious, l...


Angel Inn, Wangford

The Angel Inn is set in the pretty village of Wangford, just outside Southwold. It has 7 cosy rooms to stay over which is perfect for a short break for dedicated ramblers and birdwatchers in the...


The Ship, Dunwich

The Ship was once a haunt of smugglers and sits in between Southwold and Aldeburgh on the Suffolk Coast. Not only a great place to eat and drink, The Ship is the perfect spot to relax and get away fro...


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King's Head, Kessingland

A coaching inn from the mid 17th century to the mid 19th century, The Kings Head is now a bar and restaurant serving fine beers, wines, spirits,...

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. &n...

The Shadingfield Fox

The Shadingfield Fox is a traditional old English pub nestled in the rolling Suffolk countryside just outside Beccles.This sixteenth cent...

The Vulcan Arms, Sizewell

The Vulcan Arms has a history which stretches back to the middle ages and ever since has offered been a welcoming place for a hungry traveller. With a...

The Three Horseshoes, Worlingham

The Three Horseshoes pub and restaurant is a charming public house set in the beautiful Suffolk countryside.Both pub and restaurant have...

Theberton Lion

This pub dates back to the early nineteenth century, and is a Grade II listed building nestled in the peaceful village of Theberton. Putting an emphas...

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 legacy_destinations...

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...

The Bear & Bells, Beccles

The Bear & Bells is a Victorian public house in the heart of the market town of Beccles. There are open log fires for the winter...

The Mill Inn, Aldeburgh

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...

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