If you've been seduced by ludicrously good value cycle hire in the North East Suffolk area then you'll probably find yourself here at some point.
Everybody's favourite, a big old village green with a duck pond. Careful now, there's danger of death by dying!
Typically Suffolk village pub with grub and lodgings. It's run by Adnams™, no less, who have a virtual monopoly on these places like you hadn't noticed already.
This place isn't to be confused with nearby Middleton where there's an old Boxing Day tradition of parading a captured and duly dispatched, dead wren around the village.
They use a wooden one now but the ground's still a bit dodgy on the blacked-up faces.
Speaking of Middleton, and for that matter delicate birds who suffer unwanted attention, HRHs Will & Kate had their first wedding anniversary here and the Crown put them up.
Cosy bar with, despite a now royal reputation, mid-priced restaurant and accommodation. Luckily they also let peasants in makeshift cycling gear into the bar and, rather surprisingly, it's not run by Adnams™.
Destination venue in an old chapel for proper bibliophiles but a great place to browse if £980 for a copy of Anatomia ex Caspari Bartholini Parentis Institutionibus, Omniumque Recentiorum & propriis Observationibus, Tertium ad sanguinis Circulationem Reformata Cum Iconibus novis accuratissimis is a bit outside of your budget.