Situated in the heart of the unique seaside village of Thorpeness is the Dolphin Inn, one of the most popular and well known destinations with its relaxed, friendly service and delicious seasonal food, most of it sourced from the immediate area.More Information
Situated in the heart of the unique seaside village of Thorpeness is the Dolphin Inn, one of the most popular and well known destinations with its relaxed, friendly service and delicious seasonal food, most of it sourced from the immediate area.
Resurrected after a devastating fire in 1995 and rebuilt in 1998 The Dolphin Inn together with the Village Store have become an indispensable part of village life.
Perfectly situated, The Dolphin offers 4 star, spacious, en-suite rooms, which are all decorated with old pine furniture and kitted out with flat screen televisions, digital radio alarm clocks and free access to our wireless broadband.
All with a fantastic view of the Dolphin garden the three rooms are available as single, double or twin rooms. We can also supply a travel cot or an extra child's bed, and well behaved dogs are welcome to join you. In the morning, after a rest…
To call this pub unique is an understatement. Still genuinely unaltered, this 16th century Inn offers the benefits of fine Adnams beers, fantastic home cooked food and a welcome second to none. Commonly known as The Low House, this fine old pub has no bar but dispenses the beers straight from the casks in the tap room: the high backed settles and a warm open fire adds to the appeal of this family run business.
Horse and carriage rides also feature at weekends or can be pre-booked at all other times.
There are now 3 letting units in the recently converted stable block, all offering double bedded rooms with ensuite facilities - accommodation comprises a self contained ground floor flat and two first floor double bedded ensuite units. These can be let on a short or long term basis.
Further more we have now completed the refurbishment of the 3rd letting unit in the old stable block,…
Susan, Adrian, Sam & Teddy (the pub dogs) welcome you to The Kings Head in Orford.
At The Kings Head, the whole team prides itself in looking after this very ‘English’ village inn, nestling on the beautiful Suffolk coastline.
This historic 13th Century pub combines all the atmosphere of a traditional inn with great real ales, classic pub lunch favourites and a more traditional evening menu, which incorporates modern British cuisine and twists on popular classics. All dishes are prepared using local ingredients where possible and subject to chef’s acclaimed, individual style.
Situated at the heart of the pretty village of Orford, The Kings Head is an ideal base from which to explore the area that surrounds the pub, rich in history and wildlife. With stunning walks and a beautiful coastline on its doorstep, the choice of attractions and pursuits is countless. Alternatively, the…
The Bell is a delightful half-timbered coaching inn dating back to the 16th century, situated in the small market town of Clare.
The Bell has fifteen tastefully furnished ensuite rooms within our main building and our annexe, all with full facilities including colour TV, hair dryer and coffee/tea making facilities. There is no lift however ground floor rooms are available in our external annexe.
Breakfast is served in our Garden Room and includes a choice of continental or a tasty full English.
Clare is a small picturesque market town of historical interest with its castle country park, 13th-century priory, gothic wool church, Norman keep, pargetted houses, auction room & antiques warehouse. It is well situated with Cavendish, Long Melford, Sudbury, Lavenham and Bury St Edmunds all with easy reach.
4 Star Visit Britain.
Pets are allowed by arrangement.…