Public Houses in Beccles Past and Present
Out of a total of more than 90 Public Houses, Inns, Taverns and Hotels that have served the people of Beccles over the past four centuries, only eight are still open for business.
Before the whereabouts of all are completely lost, a record of the whereabouts of those which are known is made here and available for whoever is interested in the Beccles pubs.
Some additional information regarding the victuallers can be found by following this link Link or at Beccles Museum
The villages surrounding Beccles are also included in parts 3- still open; and part 4- closed.
Bear & Bells, Old Market opened 1631
Butcher's Arms, London Road opened 1860
Caxton Arms, Ravensmere, opened 1892
Ingate Hotel, 108 Grove Road, opened 1911
King's Head Hotel, New Market, opened 15th century
Oakfired at Royal Oak, 35 Ravensmere, originally opened 1882
Waveney House Hotel, Puddingmoor, originally built early 16th century
Graze at White Horse, 29 New Market Place, originally opened 1650
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