Pocket Pub Walks in Suffolk
What better way to enjoy a Spring day than to get out in to the countryside for a refreshing walk? With this in mind Stowmarket author CYRIL FRANCIS has compiled a book called POCKET PUB WALKS IN SUFFOLK (Countryside Books £5.99). Walk 07 - The Mill Inn
The book contains 15 circular routes varying in length from 1 to 5 miles in a handy sized format that fits neatly into the pocket.Walk 12 - The Peacock Inn
In addition to the clear, numbered route instructions, each walk section also includes a matching numbered map, details of distance and terrain, information on how to get to the start, places of interest along the way and, most importantly, a recommended pub serving good food.Walk 01 - The King's Head
The routes take the walker through some of the finest scenery in Suffolk. There are walks across the dunes and along the beautiful coastline; beside tranquil lakes and busy rivers; through delightful woods and valleys; down green lanes and leafy tracks; over lush fields and water meadows; and around picturesque and historic villages. Please see Suffolk Villages and Towns
Walking in SuffolkWalk 15 - The Rushbrooke Arms
Walking in Suffolk is fun for all ages and levels of fitness. Click on the link above to find out all you need to know about walking around glorious Suffolk, including information on paths and tracks, walking groups, and also guided walks.
Along the way there is a wealth of interesting places to see including the inland lighthouse, cliff top cannon and promenade at Southwold
; the timber-framed 16th century Moot Hall at Aldeburgh
; Buttrams Mill at Woodbridge
, the tallest surviving brick tower mill in Suffolk; idyllic Hoppits Lake at Debenham
; and the glorious views from Bell's Hill at Polstead. Walk 05 - The Eel's Foot
Walks into History: Norfolk & Suffolk
Find 16 circular routes of between 3½ and 7 miles in length which take the walker through 3,000 years of the Norfolk & Suffolk’s colourful past in Walks into History, a book by John Wilks.
There is also the opportunity to visit one of Suffolk's foremost conservation areas at Dunwich Heath
; the nature reserve and visitor centre at RSPB Minsmere
; and Lavenham
with its medieval buildings and the timber-framed Lavenham Guildhall
.Walk 03 - The Anchor Inn
CYRIL FRANCIS lives in Suffolk and is a contributor to the East Anglian Daily Times Weekend Colour Supplement and Country Walking Magazine (EA Life), along with occasional features to the BBC History Magazine. A member of the Ramblers' Association, he leads walks for his local group. He is also the author of Pub Strolls in Suffolk
and Drive and Stroll in Suffolk
.Walk 04 - The Huntingfield Arms
POCKET PUB WALKS IN SUFFOLK by Cyril Francis is published by Countryside Books at £5.99 and is available from all local booksellers, some local garden centres and attractions and direct from the publishers at www.countrysidebooks.co.uk/Walk 13 - The Angel Inn
To find a welcoming pub for some light refreshment after your walk around Suffolk please see our article on Pubs in Suffolk
and our full list of full list of Pubs in Suffolk
To take your four-legged friend along please see Dog Friendly Pubs in Suffolk
You may also be interested in reading the following - - Kiddiwalks in SuffolkDays Out in SuffolkThings to Do in SuffolkRSPB Suffolk
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