Long famed as a traditional singing, two bar pub on the edge of the "Suffolk Sandlings". This cosy, low ceilinged, timber framed building with simple tiled floors, benches and scrubbed tables, once again offers a warm welcome with good ale and food after being run-down for some time. Food menu is varied with many options on chalkboards. Music can now be on virtually any night of week with several local folk groups playing here on various evenings. Letting accommodation available for those with time to explore this pleasant rural area. Disabled toilet.
According to local legend, the pub was supposed to be called the Sheep, but a travelling sign-writer misunderstood the landlord's accent.
Adnams Bitter, Tim Taylor Landlord + 3 or 4 guest beers
listed building grade II
Local licensing authority for Blaxhall is Suffolk Coastal
last updated 29/11/2013
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)