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Tea Rooms in North Suffolk

There’s nothing quite like treating yourself to some scrummy afternoon tea whilst you’re on holiday. If you’re staying in North Suffolk and have a soft spot for the British tradition, luckily for you this part of the county has some fantastic cream teas just waiting for you to tuck into!

by sian | Mar 14, 2017 |


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Wedding Destinations in North Suffolk

Whilst the entirety of stunning Suffolk offers a plethora of superb wedding locations, the North of the county is a haven of hidden gems, with four premium venues all within close…

by sian | Feb 9, 2017 |


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Dining Out in Diss

When you’re travelling or on holiday, it’s sometimes hard to know where to start when it comes to restaurants – especially in a rural area. We’re here to spare you the hassle of searching and have narrowed down our top recommendations for Diss and the surrounding area.The Fox a…

by sian | Jan 17, 2017 |


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10 Things to Do in and Around Diss

The charming market town of Diss and the surrounding area have plenty to offer if you’re staying in North Suffolk. Visit Suffolk have narrowed down our top 10 activities should you need some inspiration for a day out.1) Banham ZooSet in 50 acres of beautiful parkland and g…

by sian | Jan 16, 2017 |


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Yuletide Treat – Sausage Rolls

While the notion of wrapping meat with dough has been a culinary staple which dates back as far as the Classical Greek and Roman eras, sausage rolls were more recently conceived at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Back then, they were typically made with shortcrust pastry as opposed to th…

by alice | Dec 22, 2016 |


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This Year, Celebrate Christmas on a Farm…

“While shepherds watch’d their flocks by night,All seated on the ground,The angel of the Lord came down,And glory shone around.”Christmas is certainly fast approaching! Whilst the more organised amongst us have already got…

by sian | Nov 22, 2016 |


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Spooky Suffolk – Myths & Legends: Black Shuck of Bungay

There are plenty of ghost stories in Suffolk with myths and legends still told today. With Halloween so close we thought it was the time of year to tell a few tales of the strange and peculiar. Black ShuckYou might think of ghosts and white spectral beings, in the…

by alice | Oct 17, 2016 |


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Sipping Suffolk Sauvignon: Oak Hill Granary

Ever dreamed of owning your own vineyard? Whilst we can’t quite promise you that, we can certainly offer the next best thing! Oak Hill Granary, Fressingfield Suffolk Cottage Holidays recently welcomed back

by sian | Sep 28, 2016 |


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Suffolk Golf – North Suffolk Courses

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a fun pastime for some, and serious sport for others. In Suffolk we are lucky to have a number of golf courses, so whether you’re a keen golfer or like to try you hand now and then there are lots of dif…

by alice | Sep 27, 2016 |


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River Waveney Sculpture Trail

Open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Monday between 10am and 4pm, the River Waveney Sculpture Trail launched on Friday 12th August and will run until Sunday 4th September.Fresh from the success of last year’s trail, this year there are more than 40 new scu…

by alice | Aug 23, 2016 |


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Soane’s Staircase: The Architecture of Worlingham Hall

A Grade I listed Georgian country house of classical exteriors and gracious interiors, Worlingham Hall has long puzzled British architectural historians. The grand octagonal stai…

by lucy | Aug 2, 2016 |


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Just Launched – notbookedyet.com

Are you after a last minute deal in North Suffolk? Suffolk Cottage Holidays has just launched a new website, notbookedyet.com, which…

by alice | Jul 27, 2016 |


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Top 10 Things to Do in North Suffolk and the Norfolk Borders

North Suffolk and the Norfolk Boarders offer much for the passing visitor. The surrounding countryside and coast create a perfect mix of relaxation and enjoyment. If you’re planning a visit, read on for our Top 10 Things to Do in North Suffolk.

by lauren | Sep 18, 2015 |


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Shepherd’s Watch Farm Blog: April 2015

Spring has sprung, and lots of new additions are being made to the farm. Read up about what’s happening in the Shepherd Watch monthly blog posts.Spring is here and lambing is at last over. The Southdowns started lambing in early January, and then our new breed…

by elizabeth | Apr 22, 2015 |


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A Short Introduction to Eye

Eye is a small market town in the north of Suffolk, a short distance from Diss and just half an hour’s drive from Norwich. It is situated beside the River Dove and close to the River Waveney, which forms the border with Norfolk.The town of Eye derives it…

by elizabeth | Jan 12, 2015 |


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A Brief History of Aldeburgh Carnival

If you’ve never joined in the celebrations and festivities of the annual Aldeburgh Carnival (alth…


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Suffolk Golf – Lavenham

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a…


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Bookshops on the Suffolk Coast

There is a fabulous array of bookshops in Suffolk – perfect for bibliophiles of all ages….


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Suffolk Pubs – Framlingham

Suffolk has strong agricultural roots, so it is perhaps unsurprising that many of the pubs, cafes…


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Inspirational Suffolk Scenery

Many artists have escaped to Suffolk to gather inspiration throughout the years, whether it be fo…


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County Flowers of East Anglia

The organisation Plantlife was started back in 1989 to help conserve and protect British wild pla…


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The Riverside Theatre

Sitting next to the train station in Woodbridge you will find


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Suffolk Golf – Bury St Edmunds Courses

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a…


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Grime’s Graves

The Stone Age was a prehistoric period defined by the use of stone tools. This period is split in…


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Suffolk Pubs – Snape

Suffolk has strong agricultural roots, so it is perhaps unsurprising that many of the pubs, cafes…


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Spotlight On: Hadley’s at Lavenham

Visit Lavenham for the old world charm of this medieval village and stay for the award winning ic…



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Where to see . . . Kingfishers

Kingfishers are very striking with their brilliant plumage of blue and orange. While you think th…


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Suffolk Book Festivals

Bibliophiles will be pleased to hear there are several book and literary festivals held all over…


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Get Cultural in Suffolk – Bury St Edmunds

Suffolk has a rich history which spans across hundreds of years. Over that time a number of signi…


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