Eating and drinking
The Racehorse Inn, Westhall - good for local food and drink with a very friendly atmosphere (and dog). Just a mile down the road, you could walk or cycle.
St Peter’s Brewery - a local brewery with fantastic pub food at lunchtime and a more formal dinner in the evening in beautiful 15th-century moated surroundings. You’ll find it nestling in The Saints.
The Queen’s Head, Bramfield, is deservedly award-winning. You need to book.
Baileys of Beccles is a great deli during the day and is now open for Spanish inspired eating in the evening. Highly recommended!
The Ship at Dunwich is well worth a visit for the good locally sourced seasonal produce as well as the proper pub interior and good friendly service - there's a lovely open fire in winter and a big terraced garden in the summer. It gets busy though in the height of the season.
Wissett Wines is an interesting local vineyard which is open daily and offers tours as well as (pre-bookable) tastings. Check out the alpacas too!
The Queen’s Head at Blyford has been a real treat with great food, specialising in well cooked and imaginatively presented local food and is well worth trying, especially their "Iffits" boards! The pub is just up the road from Woottens of Wenhaston which is a fantastic plant nursery and definitely worth a visit.
The Castle Inn at Bungay has good food and themed food evenings.
A visit to Walberwick should definitely include a visit to The Bell Inn, which is a very easy place to drop in for food or a drink.