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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.

Written by Mark

Hollow Trees Farm

The very popular and busy farm shop has a wide range of locally grown vegetables and fruit, local beers and fruit juices as well as a good selection of cakes, biscuits and other goodies. An on site cafe serves light lunches, homemade cakes and scones and there is also a small garden centre which sells…

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Kersey Mill in Suffolk

I had a nice visit to Kersey Mill recently, meeting friends for coffee and delicious homemade cake in the lovely cafe restaurant The Copper KettleĀ  followed by a mooch around the boutiques on the premises. Just a short distance from the picturesque village of Kersey, set in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, Kersey Mill once operated…

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The Secret Garden, Sudbury

The Secret Garden is a stalwart of Sudbury’s market town community, serving superb coffee, homemade pastries as well as delicious French cuisine and fine wines in its elegant restaurant. All of the food is homemade including their jams and bread and they are keen to support local producers by buying seasonal, local and where possible,…

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The Barn at Assington

Assington Barn, Assington, Suffolk-1

Based on a farm a few miles out of Sudbury, The Barn is a community of small businesses, including a cafe and restaurant; a farm shop, gifts and interiors and a florist. In addition to a shopping trip in beautiful countryside you can also explore nearby Arger Fen & Spouse’s Vale, an ancient woodland with…

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Flatford Mill, Constable Country

Flatford Mill is on the river Stour and was where England’s greatest landscape artist John Constable, was born and painted many of his most famous paintings like the ‘Haywain’ which have defined the English countryside and which make Suffolk feel so ‘right’ when you visit it for the first time. There is a National Trust…

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