Three real ales are on offer. Often the increasingly rare XX Mild. Large, spacious interior, with stripped back to brick walls and a log burner for the winter months. Comfortable and friendly hotel bar with restaurant and function room. Large, attractive garden with seating, play equipment and fenced-off pond. Once called the Baskervilles. Usually five national and regional real ales available.
Formerly the Spinning Wheel, which closed in October Free of any ties, the pub sources food and drink from local suppliers. Three or four real ales are offered, two or three of which are usually LocAles. Materials from old farm buildings and slices of tree trunk have been cleverly utilised. Piano in the bar. Photos of the local cricket team. Timber framed pub with quarry tiled floors throughout. Small "L" shaped public bar with separate restaurant. Wood-burner and real fire in bar. Regular themed food nights. Regular music nights including Jazz on first Sunday every month and Unplugged acoustic very third Tuesday every month.
Quiz nights on second Tuesday every month.
Beer festival in August. Pub is at the far-western edge of the village, almost in Little Finborough. It was historically listed as being in Upper town, i. Food is served all day. There are just two high tables for drinkers; the rest of the pub is dedicated to food. Opposite is the Antiques and Craft Centre, with over 80 dealers in various old buildings and courtyards by the River Crouch.
There may be one changing other beer from any mainstream national brewery. Open for breakfasts from 10am. There is an attractive garden area for al fresco dining. This is a large hotel set in substantial grounds midway between Battlesbridge and South Woodham Ferrers.
Reasonably priced food is available every day until 9pm 8pm Sun. Live jazz on the last Tues monthly and band nights on many Fridays see the website for details. An upmarket marquee caters for wedding functions. Accommodation available. Approach from the A off the Rettendon Turnpike. Beers are served from a climate-controlled tap room, viewable from the bar. There is a pleasant outdoor drinking area and on the last Fri monthly impromptu music. The quirky furniture and general ambience lend a continental feel to this venue of choice for drinkers in the village.
Family owned and run, this large pub dates from , being built originally by local Bawburgh miller William Tilney, and has been licensed since Pantiles and floorboards compliment the beams and exposed brickwork in the various and comfortably furnished low-ceilinged bars. Large and impressive open central fireplace divides the restaurant from the main bar area. The restaurant is well know for its a la carte style menu. Two small room pub in half of a converted 18C workhouse. An interesting mix of old beams and modern brickwork and furniture, with a string community feel.
Small outside patio area in front. Re-opened end of January , redecorated and looking lovely, clean and fresh. New people at the helm, very enthusiastic and working hard! A tall early to midthC building set in a quiet village. The pub offers and interesting "Pub Food" menu which includes weekly specials and Sunday roasts.
Sandwiches are also available. Look out for the pub quiz on the third sometimes second Thursday of the month. In the restaurant, note the wartime diplomas for milk production. Dogs are allowed in the public bar. The pub is adjacent to bus station, close to town centre and near to the river Waveney, so it is handy for visitors to the Broads.
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There is a central bar, a side room with pool table and a separate dining area, which doubles as a function room. A paved garden is at the rear and tables are set out in front of the pub in summer months. Ex-Lacons Inn which is on the outskirts of town opposite Beccles Cemetery a 15 minute walk from town centre serving up to six ales normally from East Anglian breweries such as Green Jack, St Peters and Woodfordes.
The pub is keen to try out new local breweries and host regular 'meet the brewer' events. The pub was originally comprised of lounge and public bars both with a bay window, one of which was removed and re-sited when the building was extended. The pub is now open plan with the bar and real fire in the original part of the building and pool tables in the extended area. Customers are welcome to bring their own meals to eat on the premises. Refurbished and reopened in May with real ale. Often has one dark beer.
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Handy for bus station. Spacious social club conveniently situated a short walk from train and bus stations and close to the centre of town. CAMRA members can sign in as a guest on Saturday evenings a small charge is made to cover entertainment. It has a central bar, TV and darts room and a snooker room. There is also a large function room, garden with children's play area and bowling green. Guide dogs only are allowed. Four real ales and many real ciders are available.
There is a modern extension at the rear of the property that doubles as a function room, but the pub's character can be seen in the features of the original building. This is a members club, but the club welcomes non-members into the Members Bar simply by signing the Visitors Book. Seating is in the bar and in a refurbished courtyard and garden to the rear.
The new lessees previously owned another pub in Beccles and have an excellent reputation for food and service. The restaurant and open-plan grill and food preparation area is at the rear of the pub and is accessed via the bar with private dining available upstairs. Privately owned local community two bar free house with several areas for sitting and drinking. The front bar has one hand pump and tables for seating and leads to a sports area and the back bar serves three real ales on hand pump with tables, bar stools and sofas for seating with a patio area to the back.
A Lacon plaque can be found on the outside wall, although the pub was reported in the press as being built by Colchester Brewing Company in Live sports and music via plasma screen. Historic town centre hotel situated in the New Market area of Beccles.https://presmelighprac.gq
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The pub has several smaller dining and drinking areas as well as the main bar and can be accessed on three sides from the main entrance, the rear terrace and the shop-facing side, which has a separate outdoor seating area. Part of the rear terrace was converted in May to increase the indoor space. The long closed Royal Oak just off Old Market and the bus station has re-opened as an Oak Fired Pizza restaurant following a refurbishment of the bar, cellar and the installation of a pizza oven. Although mainly a pizza restaurant, customers are welcome to have their choice of drink inside or sitting at the front or on the rear terrace.
Riverside bar and restaurant with a separate restaurant area and 12 en suite bedrooms. The large terrace is well used in summer and on warm spring days and has fine views overlooking the river. This popular town centre restaurant and bar is on three levels.