Serving ale for over 300 years
Packed full of character and steeped in history, The Angel Inn has been serving ale since the 17th Century.
Today, our bar is stocked with ales, wine and spirits from local, craft and international brewers, distillers and wineries, but at heart we are still a country pub.
Whether you are joining us for a glass of rose in the Suffolk sunshine, a bottle of champagne for a special occasion or would prefer an indulgent red wine in front of our open log fire – we encourage you to unwind and enjoy.
An extensive gin menu to create your perfect G&T.
WHISKEY, brandy & COGNAC
Neat, on the rocks or with a splash.
American Bourbon, Scotch Single Malt and French Armagnac line the shelves of our spirits bar.
Unwind, relax and enjoy your favourite tipple.
Mojito- Bacardi Rum, Lime wedges, Mint & home made mint Syrup topped with soda water £8
Cosmopolitan: Vodka, Cointreau, squeeze of lime and Cranberry juice £8
Long Island Iced Tea - Vodka, Copperhouse Gin, Bacardi, Tequila, Cointreau, Squeeze of Lime shaken and poured over Coke. £8
Aperol Spritz-Aperol & Prosecco topped with soda £6.50
Negroni: Campari, Copperhouse gin and Aperol stirred over ice with Orange garnish £8
Porn star Martini -Vodka, Passoa, Squeeze of Lime, Orange juice, Passionfruit Puree with Prosecco on the side £8
Gin Garden Martini: Hendricks, Elderflower liqueur and apple juice with cucumber £8
Espresso Martini: Kahlua, Vodka, Double Espresso & Sugar syrup shaken over ice. £10.50
The coaching inn was bought by John Williams of Tendring Hall in 1722, but did not become known as The Angel Inn until 1793 when the site was let to George Simpson for £18. At this time, the inn was surrounded by stables, two large orchards and a brewhouse.
A fine example of a 16th Century timbered coaching house, the building was refronted in the 18th Century in the red brick you see today. Following a sensitive refurbishment by Suffolk County Inns, the Angel retains its original oak beamed character whilst offering all the comforts of modern living.
Stoke by Nayland
Stoke by Nayland is in the heart of Constable Country and was the inspiration for many of John Constable's Suffolk landscapes.
A village of timbered houses built on wool wealth, it sits on top of the Stour Valley with the ajestic tower of St Mary's Church a landmark for miles around - "..when the bells of Stoke by Nayland ring, all Suffolk stops to listen."
Stoke by Nayland is the perfect base to explore the countryside and picturesque market towns and villages of Dedham Vale and Stour Valley. From gentle escapes to active experience holidays, the Angel can help plan your perfect vacation.
Open daily from 10am
Freshly brewed tea & coffee served throughout the day. Escape to sit beside the fire, meet friends, or grab a coffee to go as you pass through Stoke by Nayland.
All our tea and coffee is FairTrade and our coffee menu includes Jamie's new 'Seasonal Specials'.