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Rose & Crown, Hundon - The Plough Inn, Brockley Green - The Bell, Clare

  The Rose & Crown, Hundon


Your Hosts and New Owners Helen & Iain welcome you 
to this lovely old grade II listed 16th century timber 
framed and plastered freehouse country pub in the heart of the 
West Suffolk country side. It has a spacious garden 
with mature trees and hedges, paved patio area 
with a further garden to the side
Great real ales and the best of home country cooking 
served in a friendly traditional village public house.

View the website at

For pictures of the St George's Day celebrations April 2013
at the Rose & Crown click HERE

The Rose and Crown hosted Morris Men from all over the area to celebrate St George's Day 23rd April 2012

Further pictures can be seen in a Slide Show HERE

Good Food and fine ales
Phone for details: 01440 786261

The Plough Inn, Brockley Green, Hundon



For an introduction to our landlords - Kevin and Kate - click HERE


The Plough at Brockley Green, Hundon is an independent country pub where food, wine and real ales are our passion. We refurbished our accommodation in 2007 to create 8 en suite bedrooms – B&B with style! We are close to Cambridge, Newmarket and Clare - ideal for a relaxing break.

Our team of Chefs are passionate about food and produce a mouth-watering selection of daily special dishes, along with a la carte menus that change with the seasons. We always aim to make the most of the very best local produce, using local butchers, grocers and cheesemongers amongst our suppliers. We were delighted to be placed within Top 10 Places to Eat in East Anglia 2010, as well as 2nd (runner-up) in the Suffolk category

The Plough Inn Monthly quiz usually takes place on the 1st Monday of the month at 8.00pm

Telephone: 01440 786789
Fax: 01440 786710

The web site can be found HERE

Suffolk Retreats: Accommodation and holiday lets in Hundon, Suffolk
Perfect for a relaxing short break or holiday in Suffolk

Looking for a holiday letting positioned in the heart of the Suffolk Countryside in a secluded location with good road access and parking, less than 2 hours drive from London? Look no further. The Granary Holiday Let and our Yurts are not only a great place to relax and unwind, but is ideally situated as a great base to explore the wonderful Suffolk countryside and historic sites that Suffolk has to offer.

Luxury, flexible and Affordable Holiday Lets in the Beautiful Suffolk Countryside
Great for family get together's and larger groups too:
By booking both The Granary and 2 Yurts you can book up to 16 people. The site will then be exclusively yours for the duration of your stay......

Our holiday Lets are in a beautiful part of Suffolk. Set behind gates within 9 acres of private grounds overlooking Hundon Grange, a Grade II listed property, part of which dates back over 400 years. Suffolk Retreats offers the perfect setting for a romantic break and is ideal as a safe and secure family holiday base. So whether you are looking for a self contained holiday let or want to find out about the new Glamping craze and stay in a luxurious traditional Mongolian Yurt looking up at the stars - Look no further.

Hundon Grange, The Granary and Yurts are situated on the outskirts of the village of Hundon. As we are set in the countryside and not near train or bus routes you will need a car to get out to explore. There are however, two local village pubs within a 15 minute walk for those who like walking , as well as a local village store and post office in Hundon.

The nearest town of Clare (just under 3 miles away) is a picturesque village famous for the old Priory Ruins and Country Park.. It also has a golf club, country walks and many tea shops and traditional pubs.


The Bell Hotel, Clare

The Bell Hotel is a beautiful half-timbered coaching inn dating back to the 16th century, situated in the small market town of Clare.

The sixteen en-suite bedrooms have been tastefully furnished and all have full facilities. Ground floor rooms are also available.  Lovely bars and lounge and very reasonably priced meals from a great menu. The Bell web site is HERE


Historical information of old pubs and Inns in Hundon from gives the following historical information:

The 1844 White's Directory also lists Thomas Rogers and Abraham Savage as beer house keepers. The 1855 White's Directory also lists 5 people as beer house keepers:
Samuel Bunting
Wm. Golding
John Mansfield
Abraham Savage
Joseph Stiff
In 1865 George Taylor is also listed as a beer retailer.
The 1874 White's Directory also lists 6 people as beer retailers:
John Carshoult
William Clarke (& marine store dealer)
John Murken
Thos. Starling (& blacksmith)
Joseph Stiff (& shopkeeper)
William Woolard (& shopkeeper)In 1900 John Borley, Edward French, Chas Knock (& carpenter) and Frank Knock are also listed as beer retailers.
In 1912 William Dyer, Edward French, George Gower, John William Gowers and Frank Knock are also listed as beer retailers.
In 1922 Edward French and Harry Hughes are also listed as beer retailers.

The site also lists 7 closed pubs in Hundon:
Red House
Red House (Older)
Red Lion
Thatcher's Arms
White Horse