Food & Drink

From fine dining to classic pub grub and famous fish & chips. You will find something to suit all tastes nearby during your stay at Croft Farm.

The Lighthouse, Aldeburgh

Sam and the team at The Lighthouse Restaurant welcome every customer into a relaxed atmosphere which as a result makes them feel at home. In addition to the upstairs and downstairs eating location, the courtyard plays host in the summer months. The Lighthouse Aldeburgh offers unique relaxed approach to eating out, with you dictating the pace of your evening.

The Golden Key, Snape

The Golden Key is a relaxed cottage-style dining pub dating back to the 1600’s, just tucked away from the main road through the beautiful village of Snape. Alex and Oliver Burnside took over the running of The ‘Key’ in July 2017 and strive to offer their customers a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere, exceptional service and traditional ‘pub’ dishes done well.

Aldeburgh Fish & Chips

Described as “arguably the best in the world” by a national newspaper, Aldeburgh’s Fish & Chip empire is the stuff of local legend. Family run since 1967, there are two shops in the town and a restaurant for those that wish to dine in but we think they’re best enjoyed on the beach.

The Queen's Head, Bramfield

Enjoy locally sourced, freshly prepared food in a warm, family friendly pub. With all day opening hours, seasonal menus and an extensive wine and gin list, you will feel right at home in this historic public house. As a freehouse, they like to support breweries in and around East Anglia (home to some of the best ales in the country, as you will quickly discover!)

Friday Street Farm, Snape

A culinary jewel, almost on our doorstep, Friday Street is home to a large farm shop with integrated butchery, a kitchen serving wholesome meals every day of the week, and a permanent on site fishmonger. Seasonally, there’s popular pick-your-own soft fruit, boasting many varieties of strawberry and raspberry.