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Roasted hake recipe
30th April 2016
Recipe: roasted fillet of hake, sauté potatoes, cherry tomatoes, spinach, purple sprouting broccoli and brown shrimp butter
A comforting supper
4th February 2016
Charlotte Smith-Jarvis from EADT enjoys a comforting supper at The Westleton Crown.
An Inn for all seasons
26th November 2015
Adrian Rawlinson from Essential Suffolk visits The Westleton Crown and speaks to Head Chef, James Finch
The Westleton Crown- hotel, restaurant and pub near Southwold and Aldeburgh in Suffolk
Whether you are wanting to 'get away from it all' on a holiday break, visiting on business, or simply looking for somewhere superb to dine, you will find that The Westleton Crown, set on the Suffolk Heritage Coast between Southwold and Aldeburgh, offers a distinctly different experience to your usual hotel, restaurant or pub.
Dating back to the 12th century, this traditional Suffolk coaching inn retains the character and rustic charm of its heritage – but with the added sophistication and comforts of contemporary living. All of the benefits of a genuine local pub can be found in the bar where the welcome is warm, the atmosphere relaxed, and plenty of local ales are consumed. Alternatively, sample the sophisticated AA 2 rosette menu and extensive wine list in our cosy parlour or stylish Garden Room. In warmer weather, you can enjoy our charming terraced gardens for an early evening drink or some alfresco dining.
From its quietly crackling log fires and real ales through to the 34 stylish, comfortable bedrooms, creatively indulgent menus and fine wines, The Westleton Crown is undoubtedly one of the most charming hotels in Suffolk.
Welcome to The Westleton Crown.