The Sorrel Horse Inn
Norwich Rd, Barham, Ipswich, IP6 0PG Directionshttps://www.yell.com/biz/the-sorrel-horse-inn-ipswich-1326561/#view=map
Why Choose Us?
FAMILY RUN COUNTRY PUB WITH SEPARATE ACCOMMODATION
Bridget, Matthew and Philip welcome you all to The Sorrel Horse Inn. The Sorrel Horse has been family run for 29 years, the freehouse itself is a traditional grade two listed building with separate accommodation block. It is situated just a short drive from Ipswich in the village of Barham, just outside Claydon and provides the ideal surroundings for a quiet drink and a top quality meal for couples, families, business customers and groups alike. We also offer modern furnished accommodation situated adjacent to the inn.
We offer traditional English food along with the many popular pub favourites. The extensive garden with large childrens play area is ideal for hungry customers in the warmer months. We offer a full a la carte menu with a home made specials board which changes daily.
At the Sorrel Horse we can cater for many types of function, whether it be a small group for drinks or a large party.
For more information, please call or visit our website....
Products & Services
Vegetarian Food Available
home cooked food
My stay was great5
The Sorrel Horse5
My Ha'pennys worth2
Food has been very up and down over the years, used to come here for lunch a lot but since I had to send chips back 3 times for not being cooked I gave up!
I was however there last week with a friend and he and his children did eat.
Food was ok, not dissimilar from the Hungry Horse mentioned (negatively?!) by the owner, the fish and chips I saw another customer have looked good however. The waiting staff were very friendly and efficient but the old boy behind the bar made me wait because he wanted to watch the cricket score on TV rather than serve!
Beer is good and well kept, the garden is looking nicer every year, maybe some new bar furniture needed as the solid wooden settles and chairs are really quite uncomfortable and after 25yrs maybe could do with replacement!
All in all, I will continue to visit the Sorrel occasionally but for cheap eats the "offer" at the Crown (Hungry Horse) in Claydon usually wins for consistency and price.
Nice pub, very average grub2
I had the cod and chips. It was OK, but nothing to write home about. The fish was overcooked and greasy but the chips were quite good. As for price... well, for the quality of the food, it was poor value. A shame really, as it is a very charming pub.