King's Head Inn, Woodbridge

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FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
From the outside, the King's Head Inn looks very much like the Hollywood ideal of the olde worlde English pubbe - half timbered, wonky-walled, situated in a suitably historic square, across from the equally antiquated and rather handsome 16th Century Shire Hall. Once through the ancient door, the interior of the pub is no disappointment - a large single room with dark oak beams, wooden floorboards, a huge double-sided fireplace that divides the room and a mishmash of wooden furniture. It's dark, atmospheric and very cosy on a cold winter's day. The beer on the hand pumps is, naturally for these parts, Adnam's and pretty good it is too. If you don't fancy ale, then there's the usual lager, cider and a decent wine list, but in a pub that looks like this they seem rather inappropriate. The food is good too - Sunday lunch being a single price (10 for a main course) and that includes the rather rare choice of roast pheasant and the service is friendly and efficient. There's a another dark and cosy, but smarter room at the back, that's set out as a dining area, serving the same food as the main pub and there's also an outdoor area for smokers and fine weather. All-in-all the King's Head Inn is a fine old place, we wish we lived much closer to.
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17 Market Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4LX
01394 387750
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