Autumn is now officially in full swing, with temperatures dropping by the day and leaves falling off their trees.

The days of a summer beer garden at a pub have receded to cosying up by a warm fire. 

Here is where you can enjoying a delicious roast dinner in front of a fire. 

The Ship, Dunwich 

If you're heading to the coast, what better way to relax after a long walk on a beach than heading to a pub? 

The Ship in Dunwich offers a traditional pub atmosphere alongside a delicious roast dinner, with pork, beef and butternut squash and mushroom wellington options available for you to devour. 

Where: St James's St, Dunwich, IP17 3DT

East Anglian Daily Times: The Bell Inn serves delicious and huge roast dinnersThe Bell Inn serves delicious and huge roast dinners (Image: Charlotte Bond)

The Bell Inn, Kersey 

After reopening under new owners earlier this year, The Bell in Kersey has become a go to destination for its roast. 

The historic pub has beef, chicken or lamb available to choose from, coupled with Yorkshire puddings, duck fat roasted potatoes, chestnuts and smoked bacon and maple roasted carrots and parsnips.

Where: The Street, Kersey,  IP7 6DY

East Anglian Daily Times: The Coach and Horses was named the best pub in Suffolk earlier this yearThe Coach and Horses was named the best pub in Suffolk earlier this year (Image: Creightive)

Coach and Horses, Melton

The award-winning Suffolk pub has a beautiful fire place that adds to the traditional pub feel during the autumn and colder months of the year. 

A traditional roast is accompanied by the challenge of a mixed roast, which includes beef, pork, chicken and bacon. 

Where: Melton Rd, Melton, Woodbridge IP12 1PD

The Turks Head, Hasketon 

The village pub has become the heart of Hasketon life in recent years due to its friendly atmosphere. 

While the roaring fire offers a warm welcome, the delicious roasts will send you home feeling full to the brim.

Where: Low Rd, Hasketon, Woodbridge IP13 6JG

The White Horse, Whepstead

Tucked away in a rural village near Bury St Edmunds, The White Horse in Whepstead has built up a reputation for its roasts. 

And while the roast is one of the main attractions of the pub, you can cosy up next to a fire with a relaxing pint after your meal.