is nestled in beautiful, unspoilt countryside on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, adjacent to the famous St.Peter’s Brewery and close to local towns of Bungay, Beccles, Halesworth and Harleston, within easy reach of both Norwich and Ipswich and just a short drive from the delightful Suffolk coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh.
St. Peter’s is a much loved, iconic, historic and romantic building dating from 1280 with a picturesque moat, outside terrace and lawned garden.
We serve a range of St. Peter’s Brewery Ales, straight from the cask, on draft and bottled.
We offer a selection of soft drinks, wines, Organic Loose Leaf Teas and Ground Coffee.
Our food is all home made, country style and rustic. We serve breakfast, lunch, cream and afternoon teas, Sunday roasts and evening suppers on Friday and Saturday.
We pride ourselves on offering real ale, real food AND a real welcome.
We are licensed for Weddings and Civil Ceremonies and have a range of rooms and dining options to host your Reception, Wedding Breakfast or Private Party.
We are an ideal venue for a group or club outing and can arrange catering to suit your exact requirements, complete with an Historical Tour of St. Peter’s Hall and/or Tour and Tasting of St. Peter’s Brewery.
We can accommodate group bookings of 10 or more both within and outside of our normal opening times. Please contact us direct on 01986 782288 or e mail email@example.com for further details or to book.
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