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Long Melford Church Long Melford
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Long Melford
If visiting it's worth also walking up the long drive at Kent well hall as it gives great views of the church .
It is a spectacular building, finished in 1484, on the site of a previous smaller church, which was on the sight of a Saxon church, which was reputedly on the site of a Roman temple.
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral Bury St Edmunds
#1 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Bury St Edmunds
Steve and Paula (our guides), were so knowledgeable and approachable it was a real feast of interesting titbits of information, as well as amazing views from the top of the tower of course!
The Cathedral itself is an amazing building and there are always people there on site to either give you a guided tour or just to tell you many of the Cathedrals interesting facts.
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Southwold
This lighthouse is well worth a look , take the guided tour , lasts about 25 minutes , very interesting and informative experience, great views and great history,never been in a lighthouse before and would certain...
The staff were very friendly and knew a lot about the lighthouse and its history, great view from the top over Southwold and to the nearby villages, so a lovely photo opportunity.
#2 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Bury St Edmunds
fantastic venue, compact, charming, comfortable, close to the stage, great view and great bar.
sat in box c - great views.
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Felixstowe
The lawns are perfectly manicured and there's steps and slopes to allow access to a wide variety of nooks and crannies where benches are plentiful and views spectacular.
Beautiful gardens very attractively designed - each garden different, the higher ones with lovely view of the beach - well worth a visit.
The Abbey Bury St Edmunds
#3 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Bury St Edmunds
As well as being impressive we also found the site to be quite peaceful, there are plenty of places to sit and take everything in and I'd definitely recommend a visit.
The added info trails are useful and, combined with the 3D model on view, help to evoke what this 'town within a town' must have been like in its prime.
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Lavenham
On a visit to lavenham we walked up the hill to the St Peter & St Paul church,England's largest parish church,with the magnificent stain glass windows and stone arches to view it was well worth the walk.
Jonathan, of the Lavenham Priory, invited us to view the bell-ringing on the Sunday of our arrival.
The National Stud Newmarket
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Newmarket
Tour lasts about an hour and a half, you get to see, mares and foals, stallions, and get to enjoy the most stunning views.
It's very easy to find and get to with good free parking on site.
#1 of 40 Sights & Landmarks in Ipswich
There is a cafe on site selling delicious meals at reasonable prices, a farm shop which i would say is a little pricey but if you tend to buy local produce from farm shops i'm sure you'd find it reasonable.
lovely place to see good food and lots to do for the kids ,a good farm shop , walks and views and fresh air
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Woodbridge
good staff and knowledgeable , near parking and food venues local history wonderful views and riverside walks plenty for all the family to do , boat lake ,park ,tow But rums s mill and Sutton Hoo near and Suffolk...
An opportunity to witness and view an unique piece of rural history, in a wonderful area of natural beauty and boating activity, highly recommended
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Lavenham
Amazing little town beautiful views a lot history amazing friendly ppl good food amazing place to rest and walking.
Although "A Lowland Village" can be watched on-line, to view it in the Guildhall in the middle of Lavenham is an event in itself.
Flatford Mill East Bergholt
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in East Bergholt
A wonderful day out with great volunteer guides, an excellent cafe (homemade soups and amazing scones...with the best views of the River Stour)
As well as the famous sights depicted in John Constable's paintings, including the Haywain, you can take a boat ride on the river Stour up to Dedham (powered boat rides are £5 one-way for adults, but you can also...
Orford Castle Orford
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Orford
lovely castle to look at and walk round, a lovely place to sit and relax and even bring a picnic, great walking for dogs, in a lovely little village with views over countryside, delightful.
... worth the climb as you get some brilliant views from the top, we used the audio guides which are good, also once up the top it points out lots of interesting landmarks so you get a good idea of the landscape.
Trelawn Alpacas Diss 25.4 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Diss
Southwold Pier Southwold
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Southwold
Beautiful old fashioned pier, lovely cafe doing hot chocolate to die for, excellent gift shops and a lovely view of the shore and town
Restored at the beginning of the Twenty First Century, it's a stunning mix of whimsical art, delicious food, spectacular views and quality shopping.
Ickworth Horringer
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Horringer
The walks around the huge (1800 acre) estate are excellent and a visit to the lake and garden, as well as the church is well worth it - views are superb.
A Great National Trust site, beautiful architecture, artwork and gardens, an a nice cafe to enjoy a coffee at.
Oasis Camel Park Halesworth
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Halesworth
The array of animals was a particular highlight, but other amenities include a fantastic on-site cafe, with helpful staff and service with a smile, as well as crazy golf and the opportunity to feed the animals acr...
The ride itself is quite comfortable once you get used to the motion and the view from up there is brilliant.
Wyken Vineyards Ixworth
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Ixworth
Their Moonshine fizz was superior - in my husband's view - to most non-vintage champagnes he's come across - we then had a glass of rosé each which was a bit sweet for him, but which I loved.
There is also a pond with decking with two relaxing chairs on which was being enjoyed by two visitors taking a break and enjoying the view.
Port of Felixstowe Felixstowe
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Felixstowe
Very busy but worth the visit you can view the port working and sea the huge container ships being loaded and unloaded great little cafe museum and landguard fort fantastic spot for sunset pictures
The scenery is fantastic with spectacular views of the Estuary There is an information centre with some interesting information and a cafe serving excellent food with an outside viewing area .
Sutton Hoo Woodbridge
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Woodbridge
Well worth a visit for the excellent museum and the burial mounds The Museum with it's informative explanation of the site, the reconstruction of the ship burial and the beautiful replicas of the treasures is a tr...
... AD 625- at the Woodbridge Library in the same month ;so can recommend that visits to this gem of NT sites should be accompanied by relevant reading from the local library and the local museum to fully understa...
St. Mary's Church Bury St Edmunds
#6 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Bury St Edmunds
There are many interesting features which make this one of the must-see sights in Bury St Edmunds including the poppy-head pews which were installed in 1867, of which each carving is unique.
I have the pleasure of waking up every morning to this as the view from my bedroom.
Kentwell Hall Long Melford
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Long Melford
Kentwell Hall recreates the sights, sounds and smells of Tudor England with a large team of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers.
There is a tea room which serves main courses for lunch as well as cakes and pastries; in my view all as delicious as they are inviting - and sensibly priced too.
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Hollesley
The horses are magnificent and there is a museum on site to explore the history of the area that included these beautiful horses.
If in Suffolk a must to view and touch these amazingly powerful and yet docile Suffolk Punch horses.
Framlingham Castle Framlingham
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Framlingham
The history of the people and the area are well presented; the view from the battlements is superb; the grounds lend themselves to children playing; the volunteers are helpful and knowledgeable.
Excellent visit and castle wall walk, helped by the weather and great staff and nice cafe stop, and stunning views.
Melford Hall Long Melford
#3 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Long Melford
A well preserved historic building with informative guides, this was one of national trusts better sites.
This is a small site with a lovely house and small gardens look out for the hidden pond.
#2 of 40 Sights & Landmarks in Ipswich
You can take a short or longer route and there are play and rest areas along the way with so many of the rare breeds to view .In the main heart of the farm plenty of opportunity to handle the animals under supervi...
Apparently their opening times are due to change as autumn approaches, so it would be worth checking their web-site before planning a visit.
Easton Farm Park Woodbridge
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Woodbridge
There are also picnic areas (again indoors and outside) if you want to bring your own food, we ate in the on site café which was very reasonable priced for home made food.
You can picnic or there's a cafe on site which also offered gluten free options.
#3 of 40 Sights & Landmarks in Ipswich
Stunning in the sunshine, glass of wine in your hand, kind of a day On this beautiful picturesque water front, it offers you a view of contemporary modern day sites of the hundreds of utter stunning boats.
This part of Ipswich is very easy to accesses and is increasingly providing some of the best views and best equipped Marian facilities in the area.
Somerleyton Hall Lowestoft
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Lowestoft
Ona sunny day, Somerleyton is a delightful place to enjoy a picnic and to be enthralled by the stunning views across the bucolic countryside
We visited on a sunny Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a light lunch in the on site tea room returning again later for a slice of cake and a further top up of tea before the trip home.
Bury St. Edmunds East Anglia 24.2 km away
#73 of 339 Sights & Landmarks in East Anglia
The old Cathedral Abbey precinct has been turned over to public use (walking and picnicking) with extensive gardens and park abutting the Abbey and monastery ruins and the burial site of St Edmund.