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The Troston Bull is an historic public house in the small village of Troston, just outside historic Bury St Edmunds. The old farm building was turned into pub with its own brewery in 1801. Following a prolonged closure (>5yrs) it’s new owners...more
Hours Today: 15:30 - 23:00
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Troston Lodge The Street, Bury St Edmunds IP31 1EW, England
Although this pub was closed for quite a while and has been refurbished it retains the essence of being a village meeting place rather than a modern eating place, it's a pity more villages don't have pubs like this any more. We wished we could...More
Visited The Troston Bull on Sunday and had an amazing garden platter in their amazing garden! Would highly recommend this especially in the garden! Friendly staff and a lovely atmosphere! Easily the best pub around! Don’t forget about the Gin trail as well, goes well...More
We like our Friday evening after work drink and normally visit one of the pubs in town. We decided on this occasion to give this pub a try, as the hubby is very fond of real ale and craft beer. What a lovely little pub,...More
As I will find it hard to get in if the secret gets out!
Really do have to say a fantastic Sunday Lunch really cannot fault the food or service or even the fellow diners at the pub who all seemed suitably pleased.
We went for Sunday lunch this week and were so impressed with the food and at such a great price. You must book as it is getting popular and it’s easy to see why.
A free house with an emphasis on quality and not mass...More
Thank Sarah B
terrywilde, Owner at The Troston Bull, responded to this reviewResponded 2 December 2017
Thank you very much for such a lovely review. We try hard to make everyone feel welcome and believe that everyone should leave the pub thinking they've had great quality (whether food or beer) and that its always value for money!
A fabulous local with the added bonus that we can walk there in a few minutes. Owners Terry and Susan have spent much time and even more effort in creating a fantastic pub. Although it has not been reopened very long it is becoming more...More
We visited on Saturday for the community day. A great pub garden with space for pub games and they had morris dancers, a choir, hog roast and a band on in the evening. Well kept beer and a great selection of gin. We had a...More