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Martlesham Black Tiles

Martlesham Black Tiles

Real Ale is sold here.

Main Rd, IP12 4SP

grid reference TM 243 463

bar / diner, opened 1930s

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(01473) 624038

(01473) 624038

A nicely furnished, popular restaurant and two bar venue located on the former main trunk road from Ipswich to Lowestoft (which is now by-passed). The large garden is also well used on sunny days.

Built in 1936 as a tea-room, it was first licensed (for diners only) on March 14th 1956. It was converted into a pub in the 1970s

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Footnote

The building dates from 1930s and was once used as tea rooms and enjoyed many associations with the former aerodrome (RAF Martlesham) that is located nearby.

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

Licensing information from Woodbridge licensing records.

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