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Marlesford Farm Cafe & Shop | Woodbridge

Marlesford Farmcafe & Shop

Marlesford Farm Cafe & Shop is just north of Woodbridge on the A12 – easy to find and ideal if you are on your way to Suffolk’s coast. Home cooked, locally sourced food is served: the breakfast menu includes a full Suffolk breakfast, with a veggie alternative and a whole range of lighter options. At…

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Hedingham Castle | Hedingham

Hedingham Castle

Hedingham Castle’s Norman keep, 110 feet high, was built c.1140 by Aubrey de Vere and is still owned by one of his descendants, Jason Lindsay and his wife Demetra. There are four floors to explore, including a magnificent Banqueting Hall spanned by a remarkable 28 foot arch, one of the largest Norman arches in England….

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Imperial War Museum, Duxford

©Imperial War Museum Duxford_

Close to the Suffolk / Cambridgeshire border is the Imperial War Museum Duxford.  Lying just south of Cambridge, Europe’s biggest aviation museum is a magnet to people of all ages and its permanent exhibition AirSpace has on display some of the most well known aircraft in the world: Lancaster, Spitfire, Concorde and Vulcan. Another permanent…

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The Lindsey Red Rose | Lindsey

Lindsey Red Rose, Suffolk

This fab Suffolk pub in Lindsey serves great food and is one of the best little gastro pub in the area. It is great for kids as it has a big play area with a massive sand pit, swings, slides and climbing frames, plus chickens and lambs and Alpaca’s for the kids to keep themselves…

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Suffolk Ski & Leisure Park | Ipswich

Tabogganing at the Suffolk Leisure Park, Ipswich

Skiing Did you know you can go skiing in Suffolk? The Suffolk Ski & Leisure Park on the outskirts of Ipswich has an outdoor (snowless) slope of 180 metres long with a contoured ‘red’ run and a more gentle ‘blue’ run as well as a junior slope of 40 metres, which can be used throughout…

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