9 prettiest Suffolk towns and villages
PUBLISHED: 12:08 03 May 2016
We have selected 9 of the most beautiful places in Suffolk for you to peruse. These quintessentially British villages are perfect tourist destinations in Suffolk.
Overlooked by a medieval church which protrudes above the houses is Cavendish. This tiny village with thatched cottages and historic pubs is quintessentially British and a wonderfully peaceful place to visit.
This ancient village is a strong attraction for Suffolk because of its fascinating buildings with timber frames and rich history. With lots of pretty places to walk, why not visit Kersey?
With iconic crooked houses and medieval features, Lavenham was once one of the wealthiest places in England due to its thriving wool trade. Also used as a filming location for films and television, there is lots to see in Lavenham.
With plenty of cosy pubs and cute teashops lined up with pink timber houses and interesting architecture, Hadleigh is a lovely retreat from urban life.
The market town of Sudbury is a charming old place with lots to see and do. There is also monthly farmer’s markets, museums, and cafés to explore.
With many independent shops and other listed buildings, Eye is a quaint British town built around Eye Castle.
The medieval Framlingham Castle is a big draw for tourism for the small market town of Framlingham. With small cottages and lots of old buildings to pique the interest of a keen historian, there is lots to see in Framlingham.
The pretty coastal town of Aldeburgh has lots of listed buildings and unique features such as ‘The Scallop’, a 15 foot sculpture of scallop shells on the beach.
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