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Photo of Crown

grid reference TL 996 577

opened 1872 circa

owner free

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bar / diner

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opening hours:

  • Tue-Fri: 1200-1500, 1900-2300
  • Sat: 1200-1500, 1830-2300
  • Sun: 1200-1500

food times:

  • Tue-Fri: 1200-1245, 1900-2045
  • Sat: 1200-1345, 1830-2045
  • Sun: 1200-1345
(Times last updated 11/04/2017)
Local licensing authority for Buxhall is Mid Suffolk

CAMRA Ipswich & East Suffolk branch.

last updated 25/09/2017

Buxhall Crown

Real Ale sold

Real Ale is available here

Mill Ln, IP14 3DW

01449 736521

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The Crown is set close to an old windmill tower, with fine views over open countryside. Various old tools decorate the main lounge/dining area. The public bar is a smaller separate room.

A former Greene King pub, now free.

Lunchtime meals (not just snacks) Lunchtime meals (not just snacks)

Evening meals Evening meals

Restaurant or separate dining area Restaurant or separate dining area

Separate public bar Separate public bar

Traditional pub games available Traditional pub games available

Real fire Real fire

dogs-welcome Dog friendly

children-welcome Family friendly

station 4.0 miles away Railway station about 4.0 miles away (see public transport tab for details)

Quiet pub - no electronic games, piped music or jukebox Quiet pub - no electronic games, piped music or jukebox

parking parking

Beer garden or other outside drinking area Beer garden or other outside drinking area

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(1891 census information from Dudley Diaper)


The crown is a simple sign to show loyalty to the reigning monarch and apart from the commonwealth era (1648-60) has been a pub sign for over 600 years.