Suffolk

Shear delight: Discover Suffolk’s wool towns

Travel back in time with a visit to Suffolk’s pretty-as-a-picture wool towns, thriving centres of the woven cloth trade in the Middle Ages Words: Monica Woods Spend a long weekend in a certain patch of southern...

Suffolk’s historical surprises

Looking for a historical getaway? Look no further than England’s hidden gem, the county of Suffolk. With good transport links to and from London, as well as other places around the UK, Suffolk has a...
Sunrise at Stonehenge

Explore our best ancient sites from Stonehenge to Sutton Hoo

We look at some of our most mysterious landmarks cared for by the National Trust Stonehenge, the stone circle that has dominated Salisbury Plain for close to 5,000 years, is one of England’s most famous...
Henley Regatta. Credit: Visit Britain/Peter Beavis

What’s on in Britain in July

We can't always rely on the British weather, but even when the sun doesn't shine we've rounded up the best spots to put you in a summertime mood Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Situated in a beautiful area of...
The Gallery restaurant, complete with its minstrels’ gallery, the Swan, Lavenham. Credit: nicksmithphotography.com

Review: stay at the Swan in medieval Lavenham

An inn has stood on the site of the Swan Hotel & Spa in the medieval town of Lavenham, Suffolk, since the 15th century and today this sprawling half-timbered building is home to a...
Little Hall, Lavenham, Suffolk. Credit: VisitBritain/Richard Surman

Stunning photos of medieval Lavenham

There are few English villages as pretty as Lavenham in Suffolk, which was one of the richest towns in Tudor England If you want to visit an old English town with beautiful half-timbered buildings in...

Visit Whitstable Oyster Festival

Famous for its native oysters, the charming seaside town of Whitstable celebrates the ocean's bounty each summer with a festival that marries ancient tradition and ongoing popularity. Whitstable on the coast of north Kent has...

Rare retreats

From tree houses to trailers, roulottes to railway carriages, these unusual escapes offer a chance to abandon bricks and mortar without sacrificing style or comfort. The Bluebell Shepherd’s Huts, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire The Bluebell huts are...

Five facts about Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten put a small seaside town on the classical music map forever after he launched Aldeburgh Festival. In his centenary year, we offer five facts about England's most famous composer. 1. Benjamin Britten...
John Constable Deadham Vale

Suffolk: A Guide to Constable Country

Meander through a masterpiece, wander along winding riverside footpaths, discover landmarks and appreciate an unchanged landscape. Take a look at some of Suffolk’s must see spots. There are few places in the world where you...
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