The Kings Head, Yoxford is a charming freehouse country pub in east coastal Suffolk that lies alongside the A12, proving a popular stop for those exploring the coastal paths, RSPB nature reserves of Aldeburgh, Orford and Minsmere.

A country pub with a rich history

A country pub with a rich history

The village of Yoxford is surrounded by the parkland of three stunning country houses in an area known as the “Garden of Suffolk”. The name derives from a ford of the River Yox where oxen could once pass. Yoxford is well known for its antique shops and for providing the setting for a Britten opera. With a connection to royalty also,  Lady Katherine Grey, granddaughter of Henry VIII’s sister Mary Tudor, was once a resident of Yoxford.

The warm atmosphere inside the restaurant lends itself to our wooden floors, a classic wood burner nestled inside a brick fireplace coupled with our classic and tasteful decor. We offer two bars, a large bar just off the restaurant seating area and a Village bar on the other side of the pub.

A separate toilet is available for diasbled customers which includes baby changing facilities.

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