The King's Head in Laxfield (known locally as the 'Low House'), is a wonderfully unique pub famous for being without a bar.
The Low House features a traditional tap room where beer is tapped straight from the barrel, meaning it tastes as fresh in your glass as it did at the brewery! They also serve a fantastic 3 course, locally sourced, daily menu with prices starting from just £4.95 for starters and £10.50 for mains.
Easily accessible from Framlingham, Halesworth, Harleston and Eye, the King's Head at Laxfield is well worth the trip. Newly managed by Heathcote and Hare, a local fine dining catering company, the King's Head marry a fantastic food offering at a smart price. Just £10.95 for superb the Low House Burger, through to a Grilled Sirloin steak at just £18.00.
Evidently a pub with a fascinating history, the King's Head retains many wonderful features such as a settle around an open fire place, a cards room, low ceilings and original flooring, but most notable of them all, is the traditional tap room at the rear. Barrels in a row, without a bar. The freshest way a beer can be served, without drinking it straight from the fermenter at the brewery!
Visit seven days a week - they're even open for breakfast from 8am every Saturday and Sunday. You can also stay at the King's Head - with three fabulous double rooms.