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Sweffling White Horse

Sweffling White Horse

last updated 19 July 2021

Our beautiful beer garden can seat up to 42 people in 6 different seating areas - and has a roof to shelter from the rain - and is open for drinks and snacks at the following times:

SATURDAYS 6pm - 10pm

SUNDAYS 12 noon - 5pm

why is the indoors not open yet? - despite being at Step 4 of the Roadmap, for the safety of customers and staff we are currently trading outdoors only. We are working on improving ventilation in the pub building - we will update this page when we are ready to safely allow customers indoors.

https://swefflingwhitehorse.co.uk/drinks/

Real Ale is sold here.

Low Rd (B1119), IP17 2BB

grid reference TM 344 642

opened 18th century

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(01728) 664178

(01728) 664178

Suffolk CAMRA Pub of the Year 2015, and East Anglia Pub of the Year 2015. The current owners have focused on green issues - renewable energy, recycling, local suppliers, sustainable living & appreciating the environment. Their adjacent campsite business - since summer 2009 (part of which was formerly used as the pub garden) is now open from May to October and is now called Alde Garden (see www.aldegarden.co.uk) and offers a variety of camping options. The pub is a very cosy, traditional two-room pub, and is warmed by a wood-burner and wood-fired range. Gravity dispensed beers from local brewers are served through a taproom door. A range of Fairtrade, organic and local Adnams spirits is also available, and bar snacks are served. Hot snacks heated using the wood fired range…

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

(some old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)

(** historic newspaper information from Bob Mitchell)

(*** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)

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