5 things to do in Suffolk this weekend - Beer gardens & al fresco dining

PUBLISHED: 16:05 20 July 2020 | UPDATED: 11:00 22 July 2020

The Ramsholt Arms by John Sutton via Geograph

The Ramsholt Arms by John Sutton via Geograph


Now that we’re able to travel a little further afield, each week we will be featuring a selection of walks, things to do or places to visit in Suffolk - all of which will adhere to social distancing guidelines of course!

This week we are featuring… A selection of Suffolk’s top spots for outdoor eating and drinking - please check all local information before heading out through the links below

The Ramsholt Arms

This charming riverside pub nestled on the banks of the Deben is the perfect place to enjoy some fresh seafood whilst taking in the glorious views from the sun-soaked terrace.

Click here for more of Suffolk’s top riverside pubs.

Ramsholt Arms

The Fludyers Hotel

The Fludyers Hotel, set in an elegantly restored Edwardian building, has been entertaining guests since it was first built in 1903. During summer months diners can find a seat on the heated summer terrace and tuck into classic British dishes with a modern twist.

Here’s a great walk to try with the pooch at Felixstowe Ferry.

The Fludyers Hotel

The Henny Swan

The stunning views of the Suffolk valley are simply marvellous from the pub’s spacious beer garden, especially with a pint of ice cold draught lager and some of their freshly prepared local fare that’s served all day, every day.

Here are a few great riverside walks in Suffolk.

River Stour, Henny Swan

Brudenell Hotel Seafood & Grill Restaurant

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Sitting in its delightful Aldeburgh location the Brudenell Hotel Seafood & Grill Restaurant serves a mouth-watering selection of fresh seafood and free-range meat dishes.

Click here to read more about Aldeburgh’s Crag Path, one of the prettiest streets in Suffolk.

Brudenell Hotel Aldeburgh

The Greyhound Inn

The Greyhound Inn can be found in the quintessential Suffolk village of Pettistree in a rustic 14th century building. It’s such a good summer spot that it was recently named as one of Britain’s top 30 pubs to enjoy the sunshine.

Read more about the best villages in Suffolk.

The Greyhound Inn, Pettistree, Suffolk

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