A Suffolk pub has been named as one of the top spots to enjoy a meal in the open air. 

The Good Food Guide shared its list of the 30 best spots for the "finest alfresco dining" across the country, with the Anchor in Walberswick making it onto the list. 

The pub was also recently named as one of the best places worth travelling for by The Telegraph. 

It has often been recognised for its food and drink, its range of rooms for guests to enjoy and its location in Suffolk's poshest village.

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Describing The Anchor, the Good Food Guide said: "Define a pub you love. There will likely be an easy welcome, there will be firelit cosiness in winter and rambling outside spaces in summer. 

"There will probably be layers of interest on a beer and win list that takes you down path less-trodden without abandoning the familiar.

"And there will be a menu that feeds generously with beautiful, seasonal simplicity, and without taking it too seriously. That's The Anchor."