Cosy tea-rooms and café’s in Suffolk

Whether you’re looking for somewhere to have a cuppa, want to treat yourself to afternoon tea or fancy a meal made from fresh, local ingredients. You’ll find our cafés and tea-rooms in Suffolk, great places to enjoy a treat or two.

Dunwich Heath tearoom lookout

Dunwich's tearoom with a coastal view 

Located in the old coastguard cottages at Dunwich Heath, pop in for a warming drink or a bite to eat from the seasonal menu. With an open fire to keep you toasty on cooler days, dogs are welcome and the view from the lookout is a great spot for watching wildlife.

Flatford Bridge

Flatford's riverside tearoom in the heart of Constable Country 

Right next door to the beautiful 16th-century thatched Bridge Cottage, the riverside tea-room at Flatford with its large window enables you to enjoy views along the River Stour.

A couple sitting down enjoying a cup of tea in Ickworth's West Wing

Enjoy an Italian twist at Ickworth 

Suffolk's little Italy. Ickworth offers a delicious selection of food throughout the year. The West Wing Café, Squash Court Café and Porter’s Lodge Café all offer a mouth watering choice of hot food, snacks and a great cup of coffee. Why not take tea in the Orangery?

Tasty cakes in Lavenham Guildhall's sunlit tearoom

Treat yourself in Lavenham's Tudor tea-room 

Lavenham is one of the best preserved medieval villages in England. If you're visiting the village or Guildhall and want to stop for a bite to eat, call in for a freshly brewed cup of tea and one of our scrumptious scones.

Close up photo of a fruit scone topped with clotted cream and jam

Small but sweet at Melford Hall 

Melford's tea-room is situated in the 1950s kitchen. It might be one of our smaller tea-rooms, but you can still enjoy our selection of sandwiches and cakes. Surely a trip wouldn't be complete without a freshly baked scone.

Visitors enjoying the outside seating area of the cafe at Sutton Hoo

Food fit for a king at Sutton Hoo 

Enjoy a sumptuous lunch or a quick bite to eat at the King's River café. It's the ideal setting to relax and reflect after a stroll around the royal burial ground of Sutton Hoo. Why not sit out on the veranda and enjoy the view down the valley towards the river?

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