Suffolk Area


Taste the finest fish and chips as the tide creeps in at Aldeburgh!

Explore Southwold ‘s famous Pier. Stand on the spot where Constable visualised his paintings.
Hear the thunderous last furlong at Newmarket – the historic home of horse-racing. Visiting Newmarket is a must for anyone interested in the world of racing!
The town boats two racecourses, the Rowley Mile and the July Racecourse, and 2,500 acres of training grounds known as Newmarket Heath.
Plus The National Stud, The Jockey Club Rooms, and The National Horseracing Museum. Added to this impressive mix is a line up of boutques including
The Dressing Room which has some lovely hats for a day at the races. Plus eateries and wellbeing practices.
Ipswich is tops for entertainment, and is England’s oldest continuously settled
Anglo-Saxon town. Discover a Tudor Christchurch Mansion and the redeveloped waterfront with its marina.
The ancient market town of Framlingham is home to a superb 12th century castle and in the west sits Bury St Edmunds, an award-winning ancient town and gardens with Britain’s smallest pub and cathedral.
Suffolk Wool towns Lavenham (England’s best preserved medieval town), Long Melford(famed for antiques) and Sudbury (birthplace of artist Thomas Gainsborough) offer a magical insight to medieval Britain.
Felixstowe is a very fashionable seaside resort, bordered on the north by the River Deben and on the south by the River Orwell, well loved for its Blue Flag quality sand and shingle beach, long promenade and seaside attractions.
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