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Sutherland House Hotel and Restaurant, Southwold
Sutherland House Hotel and Restaurant, Southwold
Sutherland House Hotel and Restaurant, Southwold
Sutherland House Hotel and Restaurant, Southwold
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Sutherland House Hotel and Restaurant

56 High Street
Suffolk
United Kingdom
IP18 6DN
Tel:  0844 556 9424
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Additional Features

All bedrooms ensuite
Friendly and Informal in style
Fully Licensed
Historic Surroundings
Sea Views from Some Rooms
Stylish and Chic!
WiFi throughout
2 AA Rosettes
Fine Dining
Childrens Menu
Cots Available
Family Rooms Available
Tea and Coffee making Facilities
Disabled Toilet
Wheelchair Access to Restaurant
Town centre location

Special Offers and Events

Credit Crunch Lunch Special
January 2010
Two Courses £12.00
Three Courses £15.00

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Soup of the Day (v)
or
Pork Liver paté with homemade bread & chutney
or
Brancaster mussels, white wine and cream
or
Cheese and leek soufflé, red onion marmalade (v)

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Roast Breast of Suffolk Chicken, crushed new potatoes, seasonal vegetables & madeira sauce
or
Confit Duck leg, black pudding hash, sauté spinach
or
Mushroom and artichoke risotto, parmesan cheese, rocket (v)
or
Pan roasted Orford cod, crushed potatoes, sprouting broccoli, fish reduction

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Poached Pear with mulled wine
or
Sticky Toffee pudding with Toffee Ice cream
or
Our famous Bread and butter pudding with vintage marmalade ice cream
or
A selection of ice creams and sorbet

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Sutherland House retains its 2 AA Rosettes for food and 5 AA yellow stars for accommodation, Keeping Up the Standards.

Penny Bishopp, General Manager is delighted to announce that Sutherland House, a restaurant-with-rooms in Southwold’s High Street, has been given the award of 2 AA Rosettes and 5 Yellow stars by the AA for 2009.(Now three years in a row!)

These accolades, given to restaurants with rooms for a consistency, flare and high standard in food and exceptional service, cleanliness and high standard of accommodation reflects the hard work and passion put in by the General Manager Penny Bishopp and their dedicated head chef, Daniel Jones and all the staff who help the business run on a day to day basis.

Local ingredients championed by chef Daniel include Southwold landed fish, rich Suffolk Gold cheese from the Salisbury’s Coddenham based Guernsey herd, native Suffolk Redpoll beef, wild venison shot nearby, Jimmy Butler’s excellent Blythburgh pork from just down the road and fresh vegetables regularly cooked and eaten within an hour of harvesting from their own plot. Next on the drawing board is producing a drinks list with the largest selection of Suffolk beers and ciders of any restaurant in the county.

Since opening this charming 15th century townhouse, the oldest building in the town, back in September 2006 this is not our first food honour – we were also given an AA Two Rosettes award from the AA Restaurant Guide for 2007 and 2008, and The Good Food Guide awarded us the highest accolade of ‘Best Local Produce Restaurant in 2008.

Sutherland House – The Best Restaurant in Southwold? You decide!!

Description

At Sutherland House, our mission is simply to provide good food in comfortable, contemporary surroundings.

We are proud to be part of the region’s developing understanding of the benefits of real food. Our ingredients are sourced locally and in season – and in publishing food miles on our menus, we ensure that this policy is fully quantifiable.

Our restoration of Sutherland House, one of Suffolk’s most historically important buildings, is testament to our commitment to protecting the heritage of Southwold and its surroundings.

Restaurant
Sutherland House is not just a fine dining establishment, it is a neighbourhood restaurant which serves local food for local people. Guests are welcome to drop in for a glass of wine and a plate of tapas in front of the fire; a gourmet sandwich; a home-made Red Poll beefburger, or a British classic dish – or to come for a three course meal. There are affordable and more expensive dishes, ranging from £5.25 for a sandwich to £16 for a main course.

Sutherland House is a fascinating building, rich in history and now restored to offer a resplendent venue for drinks, meals, functions and fabulous rooms.

Under the care of its owners, Peter and Anna Banks, this fine building has been given a new lease of life and now offers a gorgeous environment with wood burning stoves, rich fabrics, lovingly prepared food and a warm welcome.

Southwold
The award of a Borough Charter to Southwold by Henry VII in 1489 marked it as a working market town which it remains to this day. This, coupled with a vibrant community spirit, is perhaps why we love it so much.

For most of its history the main economic activity of the town was fishing and the town's magnificent church was built on the proceeds of herrings. While there is still a busy working harbour, Adnams and numerous other companies including shops, fashion designers, creative agencies, architects and the professions keep this bustling town active all year round.

In the nineteenth century the landed gentry of East Anglia built huge villas on South Green and Gun Hill for their households to relocate to during the summer. The holiday trade soon caught on and visitors came by coach to the Market Place, by narrow gauge railway from the main line at Halesworth or by steamer from London to the Pier, a service which still operates on a few days a year. Southwold remains a firm holiday favourite and people come back, year after year.

The very special combination of sky, sun, sea, dunes, marshes and peace has long attracted all kinds of artists, musicians, and writers. Others are attracted by the fabulous shopping, food and cultural events in Southwold and its surrounding area.

Southwold is special: let us help you make the most of it.



For more local information, please see:
Southwold Town Guide

Eating Out in Southwold Guide

Attractions in Southwold Guide

Shopping in Southwold Guide

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