The Six Bells
Located on a winding, leafy road in the quaint village of Preston St Mary, the red brickwork of The Six Bells catches the eye and invites people into the community hub. Returning locals can vouch for the quality of the food and the charm of the cosy interior and beautiful garden, while travellers from further aﬁeld can rest up in the on-site campsite. Local produce takes pride of place on the menu, with the likes of Mersea Island mackerel, plaice from Leigh-on-Sea and Melford venison all ﬂying the ﬂag for Essex’s successful traders. You might like to try the sumptuous Blythburgh pork chop, which comes served with braised spring onions and is a wonderfully wholesome dish. Why not end your meal with something to satisfy your sweet-tooth? The opulent treacle tart with strawberry ripple ice cream comes highly recommended.