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Greyhound

The St
Pettistree
WOODBRIDGE
IP13 0HP

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Opening Times

Mondayclosed
TuesdayMidday - 3.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
WednesdayMidday - 3.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
ThursdayMidday - 3.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
FridayMidday - 3.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
SaturdayMidday - 3.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
SundayMidday - 4.00 pm
7.00 pm - 10.30 pm

Meal Times

12 - 2.30, 6 - 9
12 - 4 Sun

About the Pub

An historic & cosy two roomed pub that has been sensitively refurbished throughout & also re-roofed in recent years. Food available from Wed to Sun. Outside seating areas including a small garden. Also retains its outside toilets which have been refurbished to a high standard.

Historic Interest

The Jay family have been mentioned in parish registers since 1584. When William Jay, cousin of John Levett (pub owner) was buried in 1744 the then vicar, Richard Temple wrote: "William Jay was buried being the last of his name in the parish, an end of a very worthless malicious, ill-natured family, having for ages been remarkable for oppressing (and as much as in them lay) for defrauding the Ministers of this Parish of their just dues, which character this person kept up to the last day of his life". (extract taken from Manorial book) The Ipswich Journal</strong> (1812) records that the Greyhound then "consisted of a kitchen, 2 parlours, 5 chambers, washhouse, good stable & hayloft, all in good repair & a garden planted with choice fruit trees" A report in the Ipswich Journal** in Feb 1880 states that : Died on the 7th, Lydia Smith, widow of William Smith, formerly the landlord of the Greyhound, Pettistree, aged 90. Pub owners:</strong> 1733 - 34 - John Levett (probate to wife) 1734 - 46 - Elizabeth Levett (d. in 1746) 1745 - 70 - John Levett (cousin) 1770 - William Jay (& gazier & plumber) 1773-92 - Mary Ward (neice of William Jay) 1792-93 - John & Mary Green (daughter of Mary Ward) 1793-1808 - Samuel King (brandy merchant of Ipswich) 1808-31 - Ann King (widow of Sam King) 1831-1957 - John Chevallier Cobbold 1957-91 - Tolly Cobbold 1991-2006 - Pubmaster Ltd owners in 2008-10 are Paul & Margaret Whayman <strong>other landlords:</strong> 19?? - Kerry Edwards & Annie Lambert Closed in early 2006 for two years until current owners re-opened pub in late April 2008*** The building dates from the 16th century. Photographs of this pub and more historical information about it can be found at suffolkcamra.co.uk/pubs/pub/809

Regular Beers

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

  • Adnams Ghost Ship
  • Earl Soham Victoria Bitter

Changing Beers

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

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Greyhound, Pettistree

Features

  • RealAle Real Ale Available
  • Quiet Quiet Pub

Facilities

  • LunchtimeMeals Lunchtime Meals
  • EveningMeals Evening Meals
  • Garden Pub Garden
  • Parking Parking
  • DogFriendly Dog Friendly
  • FamilyFriendly Family Friendly
  • Games Traditional Pub Games
  • RealFire Real Fire
  • Restaurant Restaurant Area
  • SeparateBar Separate Bar

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Greyhound

The St
Pettistree
WOODBRIDGE
IP13 0HP

Sat Nav Reference

52.144695, 1.357769

OS Reference

TM298549

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