Is there a better place to enjoy a pint than in the sun in your favourite beer garden?

Although the weather is expected to be a bit unsettled this weekend there may still be a chance for you to enjoy a drink out at your favourite pub. 

If you are looking for some inspiration or to try out a new boozer here are five beer gardens well worth a visit. 

1. The Golf, Ipswich

The Golf in Foxhall Road is a great pub for those with children as it boasts a decent-sized play area. 

It is a perfect place for family and friends to meet up outside and let the children play in the area, whilst the parents relax with a drink and some food.

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2. The Commodore, Oulton Broad

The Commodore beer garden in Oulton Broad is a special one.

Stowmarket Mercury: The Commodore is a great place to enjoy a pintThe Commodore is a great place to enjoy a pint (Image: Newsquest)

No matter what season it is, the views over the broad are spectacular, especially during a visit at sunset.

3. Butt and Oyster, Pin Mill

The pub commands a fantastic view of the River Orwell.

Just a few miles from Ipswich, this popular pub is perfect for a quick drink or bite to eat. 

4. The Bay Horse, Sudbury 

Home to one of the largest beer gardens in the region is the Bay Horse along Melford Road in Sudbury. 

There is plenty of room with the beer garden stretching back all the way to the River Stour. 

Enjoy a variety of drinks and take in the views of Sudbury's stunning water meadows. 

5. The Dog at Grundisburgh, Woodbridge

The traditional pub is a perfect spot for a drink with family and friends this bank holiday weekend. 

Stowmarket Mercury: The Dog at Grundisburgh has a great beer gardenThe Dog at Grundisburgh has a great beer garden (Image: Sarah Lucy Brown)

The pub is also named one of the most dog-friendly pubs in the UK