One such village is Sibton, in the heart of the Suffolk countryside yet five minutes from the A12 at Yoxford and only ten miles from the heritage coast. Here you will find the White Horse, a rather fascinating pub, built during the sixteenth century and still retaining all its original Tudor charm, it's definitely one of those pubs that are a joy to discover.
Beside the pub a converted building houses six well appointed rooms, self contained providing unrestricted access. Quietly situated with ample parking, most rooms have views of the green and the countryside beyond.The White Horse is most suited to the tourist; however business travellers are welcome but should be happy with the time breakfast is served.
The Sibton White Horse Inn was awarded 'Suffolk's Best Dining Pub' in both 2008, 2009 and again in 2011. National recognition for its culinary excellence comes with an 'AA Rosette' and the 'Good Pub Guides County Dining Pub of the Year 2012'. The inn also has six guest rooms located in an adjacent conversion, offering the comforts expected of a four star silver rated inn, acknowledged by both Visit Britain and AA. The White Horse also achieved 'The Friendliest Place to Stay in the East of England' in the eviivo 2011 awards.