You might already know that Suffolk is home to many a second-homer. Being just an hour from London by train (from Ipswich). Did you know that one of the many places our visiting Celebs hang out is not only here on the coast but also at Walberswick? If you'd like to join them there's two terrific pubs worth a visit whilst you're there.
The Anchor at Walberswick have some amazing craft ales, an array of well-kept Adnams Southwold draught from cask and craft keg plus over 50 bottles of imported beers from around the globe. Food-wise they follow the path of the seasons and use produce from their own and the village’s allotments, market gardens and neighbours’ gardens.
The Bell is also at Walberswick and is just a stone's throw from the rolling dunes and Harbour, an ideal spot for crabbing with the children. A 600 year old pub steeped in history surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty, big blue skies and refreshing sea air. The coastline is a magical area to explore with amazing panoramic views across commons, marshes and beaches. A particularly popular destination for people who enjoy walking, cycling and bird watching.
Walberswick can be found an hour from Felixstowe by travelling up the coast, North, via the A12. However closer to Felixstowe and inland is Barham, just off the A14. The Sorrel Horse can be found there. Family run for 28 years, the freehouse itself is a traditional grade two listed building. It is situated just a short drive from Ipswich in the village of Barham, just outside Claydon and provides the ideal surroundings for a quiet drink and a top quality meal for couples, families, business customers and groups alike.