The Chestnut Family       

 

The Westleton Crown is part of The Chestnut Group’s growing family of country and coastal inns across East Anglia. The Group was founded in 2012 by Philip Turner, who is Suffolk born and bred. He’s always believed that the beauty of the country and coast, the quality and variety of the local produce, the richness of the history, culture and activities, and the warmth of the people make East Anglia a must-visit area of the country.

The Packhorse Inn, Moulton near Newmarket 

Located on the edge of Newmarket, the historic home of flat horse racing and the most famous racing gallops in the world. Ever-popular within the local community, The Packhorse is also a destination-of-choice for visitors seeking a wonderful guest experience and perhaps hoping to bump into a jockey or two! The Packhorse features a main bar, dining, a private room (for up to 36 diners) and eight stylish bedrooms. It’s open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Packhorse Inn, Bridge Street, Moulton, Suffolk, CB8 8SP

01638 751818

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The Rupert Brooke, Granchester near Cambridge

 

The village of Grantchester lies approximately two miles from Cambridge City Centre, on the banks of the River Cam. The Rupert Brooke is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. The seasonal menu is inspired by local producers and our take on British brasserie-style food. Where to sit? Select from the stunning conservatory room, open-plan restaurant or just perch at the bar. In sunnier climes, enjoy the roof-top terrace or garden with a vista of meadows.

The Rupert Brooke, 2 Broadway, Grantchester, CB3 9NQ

 01223 841875 

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The Northgate, Bury St Edmunds

 

Located just a few moments’ walk from Bury’s iconic ancient Abbey, The Northgate was formerly two town houses (built circa 1870) before being transformed into the 'go-to' bar with a restaurant and bedrooms. It offers a fabulous restaurant, a chef’s table (the only one in Bury), a cocktail bar and lounge area, 10 bedrooms and a large south facing terrace. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The Northgate, Northgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1HP

01284 339604 

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The Blackbirds Inn, Wooditton near Newmarket

On the edge of Newmarket, which is renowned as the global HQ of horseracing, The Blackbirds is every bit your traditional quaint English inn and is much-loved by the local community. It is currently undergoing a full refurbishment following a fire in March 2018 and the team expects to welcome guests back through its doors in late 2019.

The Blackbirds Inn, 36 Ditton Green, Wooditton, CB8 9SQ

01638 731100 

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The Black Lion, Long Melford

Tales of secret passages connecting the inn and the local Holy Trinity Church abound and, with stately homes, Kentwell Hall and Melford Hall on its doorstep, The Black Lion offers the quintessential traditional retreat. Expect log fires (in chilly climes) in the bar, a wonderful dining room overlooking the village green, a drawing room to relax in, a new conservatory and large terrace as well as 10 bedrooms. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The Black Lion, The Green, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9DN

01787 312356 

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The Ship at Dunwich, Dunwich near Southwold

Once a haunt of smugglers, The Ship at Dunwich is nestled between Southwold and Aldeburgh, just minutes away from the beach and stunning Suffolk coastline. Select the right room from the 16 en suite options and you’ll enjoy spectacular marsh and sea views. Downstairs, relax in the bar, dining room, conservatory, courtyard or garden. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The Ship, St James Street, Dunwich, Saxmundham, IP17 3DT

01728 648219 

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