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Seven of the best coffee shops in Suffolk, according to TripAdvisor, located in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich and Newmarket



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Whether your go-to order is an americano, a latte or a mocha, we understand the importance of the perfect cuppa and Suffolk coffee shops do not disappoint.

These are the county's top seven coffee shops, according to TripAdvisor. Pay them a visit and you know your caffeine fix is in safe hands.

1. Really Rather Good - Bury St Edmunds

Really Rather Good, on Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Google Maps. (51990167)
Really Rather Good, on Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Google Maps. (51990167)

This quaint coffee house on Abbeygate Street in the town centre offers premium coffee, blended with beans from four different countries.

Everything from the cortado to the flat white to the affogato is on offer at Really Rather Good, with an impressive list of tea and hot chocolate options ensuring there is a hot drink to please everyone.

They also serve tasty breakfasts with a view across Angel Square to the Abbey Gardens - where better to wake yourself up with your caffeine fix?

2. Applaud Coffee - Ipswich

This Ipswich cafe is all about speciality coffee from talented baristas who use the finest coffee beans from Butterworth and Son to create the perfect menu.

Serving hot coffees as well as iced drinks, frappes and affogato, and with a selection of tasty syrups to give your coffee a personal twist, its no wonder Applaud has a group of dedicated locals who keep returning for more.

Price wise, a cuppa from this Ipswich store starts at just £2 for a take-out and £2.20 to drink it in.

3. The Tea Hut - Woodbridge

The Tea Hut in Woodbridge is a child-friendly and dog-friendly tea house serving delicious hot and cold drinks from the banks of the River Deben.

Open Wednesday to Sunday, The Tea Hut has both indoor and outdoor seating, making it the perfect place to grab a cuppa and socialise with friends with an incredible view.

Reviews praise the tasty breakfast and lunch menu as well as the stunning surroundings.

4. Nancy's Teashop - Newmarket

This quirky afternoon tea shop is a great place for a relaxing cuppa and a light lunch.

Serving sandwiches, cakes and scones alongside hot and cold beverages, with 20 types of tea and 6 types of coffee, Nancy's is a must for caffeine lovers in the county.

5. Sturmer Nurseries Garden Centre Tearoom - Haverhill

Stumer Nurseries is a great place to grab a cuppa and a light bite. Picture: Google Maps. (51990891)
Stumer Nurseries is a great place to grab a cuppa and a light bite. Picture: Google Maps. (51990891)

Sturmer Nurseries Tearoom is the perfect place to meet up with your green-fingered friends.

You can pay a visit to the bustling garden centre, grab some bargains and then sit down for a cuppa and a cake.

Serving breakfasts, light lunches and afternoon teas, with fresh scones and homemade cakes baked daily, the tearoom is perfect place to relax over a drink and take a break from shopping.

6. Munchies - Aldeburgh

Munchies is the number one choice for tea and coffee in Aldeburgh, serving local produce, cakes, traybakes and home made smoothies and juices.

The perfect location to grab a coffee and a cake, reviews praise the delicious breakfast food, 'great tasting coffee' and take away ready meals.

7. The Tea Shed - Walberswick

The Tea Shed is a quaint tearoom serving tasty tea and coffee from a stunning location close to Walberswick beach.

Reviews commend the 'great coffee', 'fantastic' toasties and cakes, and relaxed atmosphere.

Special mention - FOLK Cafe

Folk Cafe in Fornham St Martin gets a special mention as one of our favourite stops for a caffeine fix.

Its trendy and stylish interior makes it a great location for a coffee date and the extensive menu of quality blends does not disappoint.

This inviting and relaxed coffee house is praised for its varied menu, delicious coffee and laid back atmosphere.

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