Why visit the Low House, Laxfield?

Come and join us and enjoy the calm and idyllic seating area at the front of the pub, overlooking the church. Or wander around the back to sit in our beautiful large back garden, with its own pavilion, providing lots of seating and outside space.

We are open 7 days a week

Monday – Saturday from 12 until 3pm

Closed 3-6pm*

*From Feb 4th to April 12th

Open 6 until 11pm

Sunday from 12 until 7pm

For details of when food is served click on our menu

Inside you will be intrigued to find a real treasure chest of 15th century history, remaining largely untouched in its design. The tiled floor, low ceilings and oak beams give you the feeling of stepping back in time. In the main settle at the front of the pub, the open fireplace still has its original charm.

We don’t have a bar at the Low House; to be served you stand at the door of the tap room at the back of the pub, where beer is poured straight from the barrel.

Since May 2018, the Low House has become a Free House. Our mission is to provide a mouthwatering range of well kept real ales and a friendly welcome. The beers currently include Adnams Bitter, Adnams Tally Ho, Green Jack Lurcher Stout, Green Jack Golden Best and Oakham Ales Mark VII

We regularly have other beers, wines, spirits and ciders so we hope we will accommodate most palates.

Thanks to Daniel Mays, our head chef, and Sarah Woolnough, you can enjoy our delicious, local and freshly cooked, bar snacks and pub food from our menu including lunchtime Winter Warmers for just £6.95. We bring you simple and tasty lunches, Sunday Roasts and evening meals, made with locally sourced ingredients.

Meanwhile, if you want your visit to last longer, please stay at the pub in one of our much admired Bed & Breakfast rooms? Why not ask to have a look around?…and if you want to stay, it’s easy to email or telephone to book in advance.

We are aways coming up with new events and entertainment so keep coming back to our website to keep up to date…we’d hate you to miss out! Every Wednesday evening join Tim Woolnough for Cribbage from 8pm – everyone welcome. Every other Thursday afternoon until January 31st 2019, we have traditional music led by Maurice Sillett – come along to listen or join in! In February and March the musicians will have a winter break!

As we are a Community Interest Company, those that own the pub do so for the love of it! Only the employees get paid. No one else involved gets a penny. Any profit (if we manage to make some) will be ploughed back in to the fabric of the buildings and the community.  So the success of the pub is a success for the whole village of Laxfield. We love to see campers from Little Klabang Farm Camping  and The Croft Campsite both of which are just a stone’s throw from our pub garden. We are open every day. For more details about when we’re open for food (every day) see our menu page

We look forward to welcoming you!

Alastair Clarke