Four pubs in Suffolk have been included in the latest edition of the Michelin Guide.

Across the county, a total of four pubs made the list of the best pubs in East Anglia, showcasing the best of local produce and cooking.

These are the pubs you need to visit according to the Michelin Guide:

Packhorse Inn, Moulton

East Anglian Daily Times: The Packhorse Inn, MoultonThe Packhorse Inn, Moulton (Image: Newsquest)

Part of the Chestnut Group, The Packhorse Inn can be found in the idyllic village of Moulton in west Suffolk.

The Michelin Guide says: "Moulton sits nestled in the West Suffolk hills, close to the town of Newmarket, made famous as the home of horseracing.

"The Packhorse Inn lies near the village green and is named after the nearby 15th century flint bridge which spans the River Kennett.

"As for the cooking, the kitchen champions local and seasonal produce in assured, sensibly priced dishes.

"Eight ultra-stylish bedrooms are split between the main building and the former coach house, and four-legged friends are welcome to stay too."

The Unruly Pig, Bromeswell

East Anglian Daily Times: Dave Wall, head chef at the Unruly PigDave Wall, head chef at the Unruly Pig (Image: Sarah Lucy Brown)

The Unruly Pig has picked up many accolades and awards over the past few years, and is now being recognised by the Michelin Guide.

In January, it was named as the best gastropub in the UK by Estrella Damm and in February was named as one of the best places to get a roast dinner in the country.

The Michelin Guide said: "Despite any image the name might conjure up, The Unruly Pig is actually a rather sophisticated, handsome place, built from red brick and complete with a much sought-after terrace.

"The kitchen looks to the Mediterranean for its inspiration, but ingredients are sourced closer to home – and that includes lobster from Orford and crab from Cromer."

Westleton Crown, Westleton

The Westleton Crown, as the name might suggest, is found in the east Suffolk village of Westleton, a short distance from Saxmundham.

Its location is praised by the Michelin Guide, which reads: "With Southwold and Walberswick to the north, Aldeburgh to the south, and an RSPB nature reserve just a stone's throw away, there are plenty of reasons to make Westleton your base when exploring East Suffolk.

"The Westleton Crown, a 17th century former coaching inn, comes with a beamed bar which leads through into a modern conservatory and on to a terrace.

"Foodwise, they keep things respectably pubby, with dishes which look just right on the plate and deliver all the expected flavours.

"Bedrooms, all named after birds, include some duplex suites."

The Brewers, Rattlesden

East Anglian Daily Times: The Brewers in RattlesdenThe Brewers in Rattlesden (Image: Archant)

Last week, The Brewers was named as one of the best places to get a roast dinner in the UK by Muddy Stilettos.

The Brewers is the "heart of the community", according to the Michelin Guide, and has a "brightly painted exterior fitting of the colourful surrounding cottages".

On the menu, "pub favourites rub shoulders with more modern dishes" and there's also a taster menu for those who don't want to miss out on any of the food on offer.

In October, it was also named as one of the 32 best restaurants in Suffolk according to the AA Guide.