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Towns and Villages in Suffolk. To find the location of towns and villages in Suffolk our What To Do in Suffolk guide will show you where they are and the distance from where you choose in Suffolk. Read the posts about the villages and towns to find out why they are so special.

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Long Melford

Long Melford, Suffolk

Rated by The Times in September 2015, as being one of the top ten most desirable villages in Britain, Long Melford is definately a village worth exploring.  As its name suggests, it’s a long village (2.5 miles) with two manor houses open to the public at one end, a magnificent church (huge, when you consider…

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Discover Newmarket

Horseracing in Newmarket, Suffolk

If you love horseracing, then a visit to Newmarket must be at the top of your list of things to do during your stay in Suffolk. The town lies to the far west of the county and is known as the ‘home of horseracing’.  It has the largest centre for breeding world class thoroughbred race…

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Romney, a holiday cottage in the Stour Valley

The walled garden at Romney in Suffolk

Sleeping up to five people, Romney in the lovely village of Cavendish is a beautiful Victorian cottage available as a holiday let through boutique cottage agency The Grove Cottages. This romantic holiday cottage has all the elements needed for a very special short break in Suffolk: deep sofas, a cosy log fire, a pleasant dining…

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Hunting for Treasures in Clare

Antiques Warehouse, Clare, Suffolk

If you are fond of hunting for antiques, then do pay a visit to Clare, a picturesque wool town in the Stour Valley. The Clare Antiques and Interiors warehouse is a converted mill, which sits on the edge of the town’s country park and is an Aladdin’s cave of antiques and collectables spread over four…

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Saunter Around Sudbury

Sudbury, Suffolk. Birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough

A new programme of guided walks around the market town of Sudbury are due to start on Saturday, 16th January at 11am. Covering the history of the town, its connections with Thomas Gainsborough and the silk industry among other things, these walks will take place on the the third Saturday of each month. Booking is…

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