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The Cross Keys, Henley - pub details

Cross Keys
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Address: Main Rd, Henley, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 0QP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18221) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Westerfield (3.6 miles), Needham Market (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 6 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Dukes Head, Coddenham (1.6 miles), Sorrel Horse, Barham (1.8 miles)


user reviews of the Cross Keys, Henley

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Lovely place to enjoy a fine pint of ale. Will visit much sooner than many places around my home of Berkshire. Keep up the good work, look forward to seeing in summer, after my visit in late winter. Ta for now.
summerrivers - 23 Jan 2012 23:55
Went here for a family meal early on Friday evening. We found it to be a friendly, relaxed pub with a pleasant interior and nice beer garden. Pleasantly rural setting, especially as it's just a mile or two from the edge of Ipswich. Very difficult to tell from our end of the bar what beers were on offer as they were chalked on a blackboard right at the other end. Food took a while to arrive and was to be honest slightly disappointing. Some big fat, golden brown, really attractive looking chips turned out to be stodgy and tasteless, very definitely from the freezer- rest of the food seemed catered-in rather than home cooked. Having said that, it was Ok, the beer was fine and the landlord was friendly and came out to talk to us about a 'loyalty' scheme we could join. May seem a minor point but the toilets are truly dreadful, I haven't been in quite such an unplesant gents since I was at primary school in the 70s.
edchambers - 8 Aug 2008 22:00
Mark and his partner took this pub on from a pretty derelict state about a year ago and they are doing a great job. Its a 1930s style large pub in the middle of the countryside. We cycle up there. Its strong point is the beer and food. Simple British fare but always fresh and well cooked. The range of beers is quite extensive but you have to ask if you are into Real Ale.

This year they've improved the garden and we enjoy a game of pool. If this site was for effort they deserve 10/10. Overall I'd give them an 8. As they improve more of the pub over the coming years I think it will have an even stronger following.
ralphcochrane - 21 Sep 2007 11:05
They had a small beer festival here a few weeks ago, the beer was in good order and the place had a pleasant atmosphere, the beers were not all that common so that made for added interest, I have also sampled the Sunday lunch, very good.
I have only met Mark but am reliably informed that his partner also works very hard to get this pub a good name.
Good Luck to them both.
Hops_n_Malt - 11 Jun 2007 20:55
Using this as my local, great atmoshere, great food, and the price of some beers are so low be careful not to trip over them on the way in. Mark and Rachel the new owners are always up for a chat and make you feel very they do a great sunday lunch..
nigsan - 25 Oct 2006 18:01

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