Tourism around Suffolk
The site, of about five acres, is situated in open countryside yet benefits from being less than ten minutes driving time from the country town of Ipswich; the coast at Felixstowe and the riverside market Town of Woodbridge. It is on the edge of the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths area of outstanding natural beauty.
In Suffolk you will be spoiled with its space and peace, gently rolling countryside, and picturesque villages with thatched, colour-washed cottages; scenes that inspired some of Britain’s greatest painters.
It boasts a largely unspoiled 45-mile coast, much of it managed for conservation offering broad views, long walks, fine birdwatching and charming seaside villages.
Enjoy for your stay by living history as you are nearby some of Britain’s finest medieval small towns, a re-constructed Anglo-Saxon village, and a range of historical re-enactments.
Here you will find an unsurpassed heritage of churches, mills, castles and manor houses, together with museums of agriculture, ships and the sea, transport, industrial machinery, military history, horses and horse-racing, archaeology, Suffolk painters, printing, mechanical music and local history.
Go an enjoy the local arts and crafts and discover the beer produced by the excellent local breweries!
Suffolk does not reveal all its secrets at once; its beauties grow with familiarity and with insight. It rewards those who unhurriedly explore the back lanes rather than speeding down the main highways, those who do not restrict their visits to the best-known places, and those who sometimes leave their cars and explore on foot, by bicycle, on horseback, or even by boat.
Those who do these things will indeed find Suffolk to be a special place.