Serving ale since the 16th century, The Angel’s doors open to reveal oak beams, quarry-tiled floors, log fires and a high-ceilinged dining area with a 52-foot well. As a free house it can and does offer a range of ales, especially Suffolk brewed, with alternatives including a dozen wines by the glass and a fair old gin selection. On the daily-changing restaurant menus look for pan-fried calves' liver and bacon; wild mushroom risotto; pig's cheek with slow-cooked pork belly; and pan-fried cod fillet. Children get their own menu. You'll find antique furniture in the individually styled rooms. Constable painted the village church several times, although not always in the right place!