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The Anchor

In Cobblers Cottage

The Anchor | Nayland

The Anchor Pub is on the edge of the picturesque riverside village on Stoke where the gorgeous ‘Cobblers Cottage’ is. It has a beer garden overlooking the river for my canoeists to berth at with an outside BBQ for hot days.  

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The Angel | Stoke-by-Nayland

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The Angel | Stoke-by-Nayland

The Angel at Stoke-by-Nayland, which is an old Inn with a large friendly pub restaurant in comfortable surroundings – both the Angel and The Crown are open on Monday nights, unlike most pubs and restaurants in the area. The Angel Does excellent food and is open for long Sunday Lunches 11 am – 10 pm…

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The Crown | Stoke by Nayland

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The Crown | Stoke by Nayland

  The Crown – Stoke by Nayland got Best Pub of the year award for ‘Pub with wine Cellar’. and well derservidly. The Crown always has a very good modern ‘Gastro’ menu and a good relaxing interior. There is a big sunny patio with views over the lovely Box River Valley and in winter there…

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The Lion | Leavenheath

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The Lion | Leavenheath

  The Lion, Leavenheath – traditional country pub/restaurant in the heart of Constable Country. Good value modern British food, fine ales and wines. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty the Lion at Leavenheath is a gem. The pub has been refurbished recently and blends the finest points of a country pub with a…

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The Cock | Polstead

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The Cock | Polstead

The Cock, Polstead has a friendly atmosphere,  inventive snacks, good family restaurant and a very good place to walk to the bluebells woods down ‘The Dollops or the lovely walk from the church  along the top of  the Box Valley and back along the hidden valley and donkey meadows to the pub -a  beautiful old…

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