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Sibton White Horse Inn
Halesworth Road


IP17 2JJ | View map

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You couldn't find a more quintessential English country Inn if you tried, grade II listed, many fascinating features and its timber frame dating back to 1580. The inn is ideally positioned for those seeking an activity break or those simply wanting to explore the Suffolk coastal region. RSPB's Minsmere reserve is just 15 minutes away, walkers are served well with numerous coastal and inland walks, 2 starting out from the Inn. Shooting, fishing and Golf are all close by. However you choose to spend your day, return to the White Horse for a well earned rest in one of our 7 most comfortable bedrooms. The bedrooms have just been awarded 'Visit Britain 4 stars' and are detached from the pub, located in the spacious gardens. Most bedrooms have open countryside views, all offering peace and quiet for that much needed nights sleep. No holiday break is complete without good food and drink and the White Horse has a reputation for just that. Guests enjoy a multi choice breakfast menu, all freshly cooked to order, whist many travel far and wide to experience lunch or dinner. Dinner can be popular, so if required guests are advised to reserve their tables at the time of booking their accommodation.

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