White Horse Inn

Address: Bury Road, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, IP30 9AB, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Bury Road, Suffolk, is near Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens, Grimes Graves, and Peddar's Way.
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TripAdvisor Reviews White Horse Inn Suffolk

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Suffolk

Day 5 and 6

A travel blog entry by judecar on Nov 10, 2015

4 comments, 8 photos

... Mind you, it is very tempting as the shops are full of beautiful clothes. We also had lunch at another beautiful Pub called The Georgian. This morning was so mild we went or a long walk with Bindi. Simone took me on a path she had never been on before, so it was a real adventure not knowing where we were going. Along the muddy paths and across the ploughed up fields was certainly hard going, but made worthwhile finding blackberry bushes and stopping to indulge ...

Family Reunion

A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Aug 04, 2015

12 photos

... soaking up the last few rays of sun and sharing a meal in one of their favourite Thai restaurants.

The next morning, the two of us with Chris in tow retraced our steps to Liverpool St for our midday train to Norwich in Norfolk. Here, in a little village nearby called New Buckenham, we had rented a cottage for a few days. Laura was in Nottingham, having spent the preceding three days there with Amy and Claire ...


A travel blog entry by suffolksimon on Sep 22, 2014

Here we are in  Shanghai  Wow! I still can't believe we're here, it's been an amazing 1st day! The guide met us at the airport gave us an hour to freshen up then took us for lunch. Then to a Buddhist temple & some amazing gardens. Then dinner & out to see all the sky scrapers light up Awesome ...

Cambridgeshire's equivalent of the pyramids

A travel blog entry by m8man on Oct 07, 2013

20 photos

... these days the site is shrouded by trees and it is easy to miss them. "They are truly astounding. You wouldn't expect it," said Stephen Macaulay. "They are huge and if you consider that a whole bunch of them have disappeared over the years quite where they've gone and how they've gone is something to be investigated." So if you fancy exploring Cambridgeshire's massive mounds, wondering who might have built them, then head to the ...

Portsmouth, Cornwall,Bath to Suffolk 21/7 to 4/8

A travel blog entry by rprice on Aug 11, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

We have covered a fair bit of ground since the last edition, too much really as we could have spent the three months in that area easily but you do what you can and make the most of the opportunity. Spent time with a cousin in Worthing which was lovely and met up again in Chichester the next day. what a lovely city and very parking friendly. these are the things you notice when travelling anywhere but especially in places here where parking is at ...