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Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival

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    Feed Your Heart and Soul at the Annual Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival If you are a self-confessed foodie who would rather sample the local fare than see visit museums or architectural sites, then you definitely shouldn’t miss out on an event that takes place every year in Autumn at Snape Maltings: the…

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Snape Maltings

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    Enjoy Music and Culture at This Year’s Snape Proms The Snape Maltings are situated in the small but beautifully picturesque Suffolk village of Snape. Throughout the year, visitors from near and far can visit the Maltings to enjoy its boutiques and craft shops, locally sourced produce, and expertly curated art shows. The Maltings are…

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The Wobbin

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The Wobbin is a charming 18th Century grade II listed farm cottage sleeping 6, with beautiful views over farmland and Nature reserves to the Blackwater Estuary. See www.grove-cottages.co.uk for full details and online booking.

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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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