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Duke's Head, Somerleyton - pub details

Duke's Head
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Address: Slugg's Lane, Somerleyton, Suffolk, NR32 5QR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35115) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Somerleyton (0.4 miles), Haddiscoe (1.5 miles), Oulton Broad North (4.1 miles)

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Bell Inn, Great Yarmouth (1.9 miles), Fritton Arms, Fritton (2.0 miles)


user reviews of Duke's Head, Somerleyton

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Attractive country gastropub (their word not mine) which we visited after a tour of nearby Somerleyton Hall. Adnams Ghost Ship, Grain Best Bitter, Woodforde's Wherry and Mauldons Pickwick were the 4 ales on sale on Tuesday. Never having tried the Pickwick before, that was my choice and rather nice it was too.

Kitchen was closed (which we knew) but they did a fantastic sausage roll (at £3.80 this was more than it sounds).

Great beer garden.
paul_d102 - 26 Jul 2019 13:27
Unfortunately since my previous comment the pub has changed hands. Friends report poor food and bad service, although I can't comment on that as we didn't eat this time.. I can report that they've stopped stocking Green Jack and when we visited had the ubiquitous East Anglian 3 - Greene King IPA, Adnams Bitter and Woodforde's Wherry. We tried the Wherry which was not exactly off but dull as ditchwater. Why stock 3 bitters of the same sort of style and ABV (and then not bother to keep them properly)? I won't bother to make the trip out there again for a while. I feel sorry for the locals.
aleloz - 17 Apr 2013 09:37
My favourite on Saturdays bike crawl, tucked away down tiny single track lanes about 15 minutes walk from the station. Its a gastro pub really but drinkers were more than welcome, the meals looked and smelt very nice and the lady proprietor fussed over her team of attractive young lady waiting staff in tight black dresses like a mother hen. Service was naturally efficient and very attractive! My first pint was slightly cloudy but drinkable, but the landlady kindly gave me a 2nd pint of a different beer for free. Lovely garden outside for sunshine drinking. Full marks.
Hodge1 - 24 Jun 2012 16:17
Found this pub walking the Angles Way - just before kipping down on the marshes. Great food and ales - made the long walk worth it and made sleep a little easier - thanks.
kernott1 - 24 Jun 2011 19:09
A very attractive country pub with an emphasis on food - a great place to visit in the summer for its large garden. A good range of ales including local Green Jack beers. Food is good but a bit pricey for what you get. If you're going by train, take the path on the left as you come out of the station for a short cut - don't follow the main road (and take a torch for the walk back!).
aleloz - 15 Apr 2010 10:59

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