Bells and White Horses: The Middleton and Westleton Pub Walk

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Middleton , Suffolk, England

Bells and White Horses: The Middleton and Westleton Pub Walk is a 3.7 mile loop trail located near Middleton , Suffolk, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length3.7 miElevation gain400 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingWalkingPartially pavedRiverpub-walk
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A circular walk taking in two Adnams pubs in Suffolk; The Bell Inn in Middleton and The White Horse in Westleton. With a pub at the start and one half-way round there are endless excuses for lunch, dinner or just sampling the ale. The route follows the farmland and heath paths connecting the villages, taking in this peaceful stretch of the Suffolk countryside. There are just a few gentle gradients and some of the unmade paths can become quite muddy after rain and in winter. There is one kissing gate and one stile on route (the stile has an open fence surround for dogs to pass through), but both the gate and stile can be avoided if you need, with just a short diversion along the village road. There are a couple of sections of walking along country lanes plus one section along the edge of a busier road – so take particular care of traffic at these points. Approximate time 1.5 to 2 hours.

Middleton village is located about 5 miles north-east of Saxmundham in Suffolk. The walk starts and finishes from The Bell Inn pub on The Street, which has its own car park. Approximate post code IP17 3NN.

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