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The Seal, Woodbridge - pub details

Address: Old Barrack Road, Woodridge, Suffolk, IP12 4ET [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30199) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Woodbridge (0.9 miles), Melton (2.3 miles)

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Duke of York, Woodbridge (0.0 miles), Cherry Tree Inn, Woodbridge (0.6 miles), Angel, Woodbridge (0.8 miles), Kings Head, Woodbridge (0.8 miles), Red Lion, Martlesham (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Now the Duke of York, following a minor refurbishment.
Biggles - 15 Dec 2010 17:44
Went to the seal at woodbridge yesterday 8/5/2010 had a very poor meal to start off with ordered the lemonsole that had sold out they offered me the halibut then came back 5mins later and said that was sold out bearing in mind that it was only 5.30pm on a saturday nite then i ordered the chicken that finally arrived started to eat it then realised it was raw in the middle the chips were cold very very poor indeed,this wasnt our 1st bad experience at the seal but it will be the lastone
dingdong1965 - 9 May 2010 18:27
god food at a reasonable price by suffolk prices. beer prices are very good the pint of adams bitter was great and the beef and guiness pie was very good and plenty of it with mashed and veg made agood meal would go again
forestwood - 19 Mar 2010 23:05
Not all Vintage Inns are named after animals, in fact the guy that used to be in charge of VI sailed his yacht out of Woodbridge and when up there for a site visit, went sailing and saw a seal. Hence the name. Lots are named after animals but not all.

Crooked Chimney
Danson Stables
Kings Head
Robin Hood
The Crown

etc
anonymous - 23 Dec 2006 16:05
The sad name 'The Seal' is because all Vintage Inns have to be named after an animal and in addition all have a silly (intended to be comic but they always fail in that) inn sign with a cartoon creature on.

(The Duke of York closed in the 19th C)
Biggles - 26 Oct 2006 16:44

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