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Coffee shops and delis in Suffolk. Suffolk is brimming with coffee shops and delis and you can find the best here on our What To Do guide in Suffolk. Simply choose your location in Suffolk and a list of the best coffee shops and delis will appear in order of their distance from your chosen location.

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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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The Loft Tearoom

The Loft Tearoom

  A modern tearoom with a vintage feel, The Loft is an unusual venue for a tea room. Set in the beautiful working marina of the lovely coastal village of Tollesbury in Essex. The Loft offers freshly ground coffee and a variety of loose leaf teas all served in beautiful vintage china, as well as…

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Mersey Island Vinyard

Mersey Island Vinyard

Legend has it that the Romans grew grapes on Mersea Island and with its gently sloping, south-facing fields, the vineyard is still the perfect place for vines. The present Mersea Island Vineyard was established in 1985. Today there are about ten acres, under five grape varieties, producing some twenty thousand bottles each year. Mersea Island…

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Talking To Paddy Bishopp…

Talking To Paddy Bishopp…

It’s been a busy time for Paddy Bishopp and Scott Russell, founders of the growing artisan coffee business Paddy and Scott’s. With outlets across the country and high street cafes in Framlingham, Bury St Edmunds and recently in Hadleigh, their mission to become the foremost cafe brand in East Anglia is well underway. Paddy Bishopp…

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Hollow Trees Farm

Hollow Trees Farm

The butchery at Hollow Trees Farm Shop in Semer near Hadleigh is now open seven days a week and butchers Simon and Anthony specialise in locally reared meat, some of which is from Hollow Trees Farm itself. The farm shop has a wide range of locally grown vegetables and fruit, local beers and fruit juices…

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