The Angel in Nayland

The Angel Inn is a beautiful, timbered 16th century building that has been an inn since the 17th century

To this day The Angel Inn remains a traditional oak beamed ‘coaching house’, in the heart of this idyllic Suffolk village, offering all the comfort of modern life, in an historic setting

It has a superb reputation in the area and is well known for fabulous food and drink

 

Only 20  miles from Woodfarm

Where is it:

Polstead Street
Stoke by Nayland
Suffolk
CO6 4SA

Where on the web:

http://www.angelinnsuffolk.co.uk/

Phone:

01206 263245

Open:

10am til 11pm every day

Full kitchen hours on their website

A bit more information ....

Stoke by Nayland is in the heart of the area where John Constable found inspiration for many of his masterpieces and Suffolk landscapes. He once wrote “I associate my careless boyhood with all that lies on the banks of the Stour; those scenes made me a painter”. In the centre of the village is St Mary’s church, with it’s 120 foot perpendicular grand tower, a favourite of Constable’s, which appears in several of his paintings, although not always in the right place. Simon Jenkins, in England’s 1000 Best Churches, says “when the bells of Stoke by Nayland ring, all Suffolk stops to listen”
Posted by Carl Scott