Crown off the perfect getaway at these top places in Suffolk.

The Crown, Stoke by Nayland

A village pub with rooms in the heart of Constable country, on the Suffolk-Essex border. Comfortable and relaxed, with delicious food, real ales and a well stocked wine cellar. There are 11 bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms. On Saturday May 6, 11am to 9pm, you can enjoy a Coronation Beer Festival with live music, food from the Field Kitchen and a wide selection of beer served in the garden tipi.

The Crown at Ufford

Friendly, family-run village pub and restaurant. Max and Polly Durrant aim to offer delicious food, with excellent service in a welcoming place. Chefs Will Hardiman and Arthur Wilson create tempting menus, using seasonal produce from local suppliers. You can dine in the spacious restaurant, the cozy bar and the lounge area which can also host private parties. Terrace and garden with children’s play area.

The Crown and Castle Hotel, Orford

East of England Tourism’s for Small Hotel of the Year promises nothing but the best from head chef Jake Lawrence with a creative British menu using quality Suffolk produce, including Orford landed seafood and locally reared meats. The Sunday Stroller combines a local walk (map provided), followed by Sunday roast, paired with a glass of wine, for £49 per couple.

The Crown Inn, Westleton

On the edge of the village green, The Crown is perfect for a dine and stay, or a relaxed weekend break. Cosy inside, with landscaped terraces for al fresco eating and drinking outside. The food is hearty and richly flavoured, made from local, seasonal ingredients with a varied menu for every occasion. There are 34 en suite bedrooms, many designed to be dog friendly with bedding and treats available.

The Crown Hotel, Southwold

Adnams’ sister hotel to the Swan offers two restaurant areas and a cosy back bar. Head chef Rob Mace focuses on quality, seasonal food, with a menu that changes regularly, depending on what has been sourced from local farmers and fisherman on the day. All day dining, coffees and drinks. The Crown has 14 bedrooms, including a spacious suite ideal for families.

The Crown at Hartest

Part of the independently owned Gusto Pronto family, the Crown at Hartest has a small, regularly changing menu based on quality, seasonal produce, sourced locally where possible. They brew their own beer at their craft brewery, Brewshed, just down the road and serve locally roasted coffee. Their wine shop, Vino Gusto, is the only independent wine shop in Bury St Edmunds. Garden and children’s play area.

The Crown at Bildeston

Well established and known for quality, seasonal food, with an eclectic menu that caters for every taste. The Crown has three AA rosettes for its menus: Classics featuring regular favourites, the more adventurous Select, and Crown Tasting, the ultimate dining experience. Vegetarians are well catered for, private dining is available, there’s a Sunday menu, and the Crown has 12 en suite double/twin bedrooms.