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Parked the car at Southwold harbour, walked across the bridge over river Blyth and doubled back ending up at the Bell Inn in Walberswick. We ordered two Ploughman’s lunches, pasta Bolognese with garlic bread for my young son and a salmon with salad. My wife...More
So I decided to give this pub a second chance. We ordered rather expensive fish and chips which were excellent and the beer good too but be prepared to be greeted by staff who seem not to enjoy their job. There was no welcome and...More
A wonderful, old fashioned, family pub. Lovely views out to sea while supping your choice of one of the fantastic Adnams ales. Food is good, basic, pub grub. My type of inn.
In the middle of the village overlooking the green.
Went today for a pub grub, as been before and it's a lovely olde worldly pub...nice atmosphere and staff friendly and efficient...
Had the fish finger sandwich with ciabatta, it was ok but not fantastic, also we had the smokie, which was nice, we also...More
Family meal one evening. 5 of us, including one vegetarian. Had starter, mains, and pudding and every course was utterly delicious. Probably the best fish pie I've ever tasted. My pan fried sea bass was gorgeous, and everyone loved their food.
The wait for our...More
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US$91 - US$170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)