A quintessential village pub saved from closure by a group of villagers and now privately owned. The pub is now run by husband and wife team Matthew and Melanie Longfoot, where Matt is heading up the kitchen and Mel is looking after front of house.
The interior comprises of a cosy bar area and a larger, attractive dining area serving freshly prepared home-cooked meals.
The bar hosts four real ales including Adnams Southwold Bitter which is a firm favorite with the locals along with three guest pumps to always provide variety.
We are dog friendly in the downstairs area of the pub so feel free to bring your well behaved four legged friend.
When you visit expect a well-stocked bar with cask ales, lagers, fine wines, British gin and soft drinks to suit every taste.
The idyllic front garden overlooks the village green where the annual Reach Fair takes place on the early May Bank Holiday Monday.
Reach sits at one end of the Devil's Dyke, a 7.5 mile Anglo-Saxon bank and ditch earthworks that is popular with walkers.
So, whether you’re looking for a quiet spot to relax after a countryside stroll, or a place to gather your loved ones for a traditional Sunday roast, you can’t go wrong with The Dyke's End.