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The Leaping Hare, Bury St. Edmunds

The Leaping Hare is a restaurant and café housed in a converted 14th century barn within the 7 acre Wyken viney... Read more

Lavenham

Half-Timbered houses and higgledy-piggledy store fronts are in plentitude in Lavenham. Take a walk around this b... Read more

The Scallop, Aldeburgh

The Scallop is a four metre high monument created by local artist Maggi Hambling for the late composer Benjamin ... Read more

Dunwich Beach

The sea has slowly been nibbling away at the once thriving seaport of Dunwich. In the 14 Century it matched Lond... Read more

Bread & Meat, Cambridge

Bread & Meat serve gourmet roast meat sandwiches using the finest artisan sourdough ciabatta bread. Ingredients ... Read more

Thornham Deli, Thornham

Thornham Deli is a café, lifestyle shop and delicatessen ideally located on the A149 in the North West corner o... Read more

Long Melford Swan, Long Melford

The Swan is a two AA rosette restaurant in the heart of Long Melford, a delightful Suffolk village less than two... Read more

Emmett’s Store, Saxmundham

Emmett's Store in Peasenhall has been producing, curing and smoking some of England's finest ham and bacon on th... Read more

The Kitchen @ Thorpeness

The Kitchen is a laid-back, popular café serving home cooked, feel good comfort food at the heart of the quirky... Read more

Stiffkey Stores

Stiffkey Stores is no ordinary village shop but an old fashioned yet stylish café and gift shop offering organi... Read more

Westleton Crown, Saxmundham

The Westleton Crown is a 12th-century coaching inn on the Suffolk Heritage coast. Situated within the picturesqu... Read more

Snape Maltings, Saxmundham

Snape Maltings is a unique combination of music, art, nature, eating and shopping all crammed into one attractiv... Read more

Wells-next-the-Sea Beach

Wells Beach is easily one of Norfolk's finest. The sand goes on for miles and miles and hundreds of quirky colou... Read more

The Brisley Bell Inn, Brisley

The Brisley Bell Inn is a 17th century pub which has been tastefully and sympathetically renovated to become a s... Read more

The University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge was founded in 1209 and has since become one of the finest educational organisations... Read more

Gunton Arms, Thorpe Market

The Gunton Arms is a unique pub located within a historic 1,000 acre deer park dating back to the 18th century. ... Read more

Bawdsey Village

Located on the other side of the river Deben from Felixtowe is the handsome village of Bawdsey. A scattering of ... Read more

Best of East Anglia Travel Guide

The Best of East Anglia includes over 250 hand picked recommendations of places to eat, drink and visit. Each on... Read more

The White Horse Inn, Badingham

The White Horse at Badingham is a 15th century coaching inn and free house, with open fires, pan tiled floors an... Read more

Burnham Market

Burnham Market is arguably the prettiest village in North Norfolk, with it's traditional feel, a busy butchers, ... Read more

Bury St. Edmunds

Bury St. Edmunds is an historic market town in Suffolk. Attractive medieval architecture is apparent throughout ... Read more

Woodbridge

Woodbridge is only eight miles from the coast and a similar distance from Ipswich, yet it is often overlooked. T... Read more

Thorpeness

Thorpeness Village was made over 100 years ago by Stuart Ogilvie as part of a private fantasy holiday village. T... Read more

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh is a traditional seaside town with plenty to offer the visiting tourist. A pebble beach runs from the ... Read more

Cavendish

Cavendish in Suffolk is a picture postcard village nestled in the Stour Valley, famous for its thatched cottages... Read more

Walberswick

Walberswick is an attractive, secluded coastal village with much traditional charm. Main attractions include the... Read more

Greyfriars Medieval Friary, Dunwich

Greyfriars in Dunwich was a Franciscan friary founded before 1277, that boarded 20 men beside the coast who abid... Read more

Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford

The Holy Trinity Church of Long Melford is widely acknowledged as one of the most magnificent parish churches in... Read more

The Parish Lantern, Walberswick

The Parish Lantern in Walberswick is a gift shop and tea room located on the village green of this pretty Suffol... Read more

Honey + Harvey, Woodbridge

Honey and Harvey is a friendly, independent, artisan coffee shop located in the heart of the pretty Suffolk town... Read more

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