A pub on the banks of the River Orwell on the Shotley peninsula has been named in a guide of the best places to grab a drink by the waterside.

The Butt & Oyster in Pin Mill, south of Ipswich, has been listed in The Observer's 20 best pubs by rivers and lakes in the UK.

The newspaper, which is the Sunday sister publication of The Guardian, described the pub as having "gorgeous views across the River Orwell and endless Suffolk sky".

It offers a broad menu, including traditional and more exotic food, as well as a wide range of beers – including from Suffolk brewery Adnams.

The Butt & Oyster can be found about seven miles south of Ipswich town centre on the B1456.

It is not the only pub on the Shotley peninsula to receive national recognition – The Boot in Freston scooped a prize at the National Pub & Bar Awards 2022 earlier this year.