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Major things are happening at Stansfield Compasses; the local farmer is supplying the pub with beef, lambs, turkeys, rare breed pigs, wild venison and game of all sorts. Next year, we will growing our own vegetables, herbs and salads in a smallholding next to the pub. We are also starting a microbrewery in the farm using barley, wheat and eventiually hops grown in the farm. This will be powered by our solar farm and a bio-mass converter and the water will come from our own borehole. Our artisan baker makes bread from grain from the farm and is traditionally ground in a windmill at Pakenham. We believe in local not because of air miles etc but because it tastes so much better.
First thing I noticed when arriving at the Compasses is that you are noticed and greeted, which is a bit of a shock to the system nowadays. The number of drafts available is 7 ranging from Southwold bitter too Orchard pig cider with some Candem...More
Date of visit: September 2019
TheCompasses, Owner at Stansfield Compasses, responded to this reviewResponded 17 September 2019
Thanks so much for your nice respond and make me really happy that you enjoyed the time in our pub. 😘iris
We met up with two friends for a meal at the recently reopened Compasses.Im not normally a burger eater but had heard that these were exceptional so we gave it a go.I had spicy hot jalapeño one and my wife had a mushroom burger.All arrived...More
Date of visit: August 2019
TheCompasses, Owner at Stansfield Compasses, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2019
Thanks so much. Your review mean a lot to me...! Hopefully I will see you again..!
The Stansfield Compasses is an excellent find in the Suffolk Countryside.
We were staying in the area and were met with a warm welcome from the Landlord Tony & the locals on our arrival.
Our dog was made very welcome.
We enjoyed Fish & Chip...More
Stopped off for lunch one Saturday in September during the Suffolk Historic Churches Trust bike ride. A nice Suffolk village pub with lots of character. We had a standard ploughman's lunch as the landlord was preparing for a wedding party that evening. It was good...More
Tony the Landlord/Chef gave us a warm welcome and produced a delicious Sunday roast with all the trimmings; this was followed by strawberries and cream for me and homemade cherry pie with custard for my Partner. These two courses together with drinks came to £40...More
We were looking for a cozy Sunday roast with an open fire, authentic vibe and very good beer.
Well we found it!!!
The atmosphere is warm, friendly and relaxing.
The roast was cooked to order and just what we were longing for.
The homemade apple...More