Adnams Properties of the Month
With over 40 fantastic properties located in and around East Anglia, it’s hard not to find an Adnams pub near you. To help you discover an old favourite or new haunts, we are highlighting a selection of our pubs each month on the Adnams Blog. This week we are looking at four fantastic properties, all featuring unique charm and serving a delicious pint!
The Cherry Tree Inn is an enchanting 17th Century Inn near the town centre of Woodbridge, nestling on the road to Ipswich opposite Notcutts Garden Centre. Its charming interior of open fires, twisting oak beams and sloping ceilings bear witness to the centuries past. The warm and friendly atmosphere is enhanced by a superb range of cask ales and delicious traditional pub food.
The Cherry Tree is a purely fresh food establishment - passionate about using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients to create delicious, traditional pub food alongside incredible specials. All the menu items are created from scratch and as a result, their blackboards change daily depending on market supplies. They are proud to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.
This traditional inn also boasts a children’s play area, large car park and spacious sheltered garden that is partly shielded by a Grade II listed barn which has been converted to offer three spacious, comfortable letting rooms.
Regular events at The Cherry Tree include the popular weekly pub quiz which starts at 21:30 every Thursday, and twice annual beer festivals.
The Golden Key is a relaxed cottage-style dining pub dating back to the 1600’s, just tucked away from the main road through the beautiful village of Snape. Local twins Alex and Oliver Burnside took over the running of 'The Key’ in July 2017 and strive to offer their customers a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere, exceptional service and traditional ‘pub’ dishes done well.
The Golden Key is packed full of original character, beams, open fires and quirky details which make it a fantastic pub to visit, any time of the year. With three en-suite rooms situated above the premises (one of them being dog friendly), The Key is also the perfect place to stay that’s conveniently located to nearby Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, Orford, Framlingham and Woodbridge.
Alex and Oliver Burnside have always lived and worked on the Suffolk Coast. Both brothers are passionate about their specific areas of expertise – Oliver loves to create tempting menus, using delicious, seasonal produce from his local suppliers and Alex enjoys providing customers with a warm welcome, excellent customer service and knowledge of the wide range of Adnams products.
Celebrating local, seasonal produce and playing a central role in the local community is key to their ethos. They are also proud to represent the Adnams brand, its award-winning beers and spirits and above all, have given Snape back a thriving, successful pub that is at the heart of the village.
The Angel is set in the heart of Halesworth’s Thoroughfare in a 16th century coaching inn. Serving a wide variety of refreshments and meals, The Angel is a hub for town’s folk and visitors with its welcoming atmosphere.
Inside The Angel you will find a choice of bars and a spacious Italian restaurant Cleone’s as well as a glazed courtyard. The front bar looks onto the Thoroughfare and is ideal for enjoying a bite to eat whilst benefitting from a roaring fire during the winter months. The smaller back bar is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee in the morning sun.
Cleone’s offers authentic Italian dishes including pizza, pastas, meat, fish and vegetarian options. With regularly changing specials inspired by the regions of Italy, customers have the chance to experiment with a range of dishes. Cleone’s is open for lunch and dinner daily and also serves a traditional Sunday lunch every weekend.
The Stables, the oldest part of the Angel, have been transformed into a versatile and intimate function room and private dining space, ideal for catering for those special events. There are also seven first floor bedrooms, each full of individual character and featuring all modern conveniences.
Whether you are seeking a delicious pint of Adnams by the fire, a coffee in the elegant courtyard or some delicious authentic Italian cuisine from Cleone’s Restaurant, The Angel truly offers something for everyone.
Located in the heart of Reydon, just a 15-minute stroll from Southwold, The Randolph provides an ideal base for exploring the Suffolk coast and offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for all the family.
There are 10 ensuite bedrooms accessible via the main galleried staircase. All rooms are individual but come complete with digital flat-screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, homemade shortbread and complimentary toiletries. Guests can also benefit from free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel as well as onsite parking. Breakfast is not something to be missed here – they have received a breakfast award from Visit England!
The Randolph also serves lunch and dinner daily, with a delicious menu featuring seasonal dishes all created with fresh local ingredients. The bar is well stocked with Adnams award-winning beers and spirits, why not pop in for a Copper House Gin and Tonic?
Whether you are looking for a holiday, a celebratory meal, a venue for business meetings, or simply a pint of the local Adnams ale – whatever the occasion you can be assured that they will deliver excellent service, excellent food and an excellent experience.