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milsoms Kesgrave Hall Hotel, Ipswich
Wentworth Hotel, Aldeburgh

Suffolk is famous for its winding lanes and pastel painted thatched cottages. This is a rich county, from the time when wool was the money crop of Middle England. See the great churches of Lavenham, Sudbury and Long Melford.

Suffolk’s coast, with its inlets and estuaries is popular with yachtsmen. Framlingham Castle, near Aldeburgh, stands intact since the 13th century. Aldeburgh itself is the home of the Benjamin Britten Music Festival at Snape.

The hills and valleys on the Suffolk-Essex border open up to magnificent skies, captured in paintings by Constable, Turner and Gainsborough. The Heart of Constable Country is Nayland and Dedham Vale.

Suffolk hills and valleys

County Town Ipswich now has a buzzing waterfront and the ports of Harwich and Felixstowe are now well connected to the Midlands via the improved A14.

The Thorpeness Hotel in Suffolk and Golf Club overlooks idyllic gardens and the golf course. Built in 1922 in the seaside holiday village of Thorpeness famous for its 'House in the Clouds' and Meare. Only 2 miles from Aldeburgh it is a good centre from which to explore the Suffolk Heritage Coast.

Hotels in SuffolkThe Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club overlooks idyllic gardens and the golf course. Built in 1922 in the seaside holiday village of Thorpeness famous for its 'House in the Clouds' and Meare. Only 2 miles from Aldeburgh it is a good hotel in Suffolk from which to explore the Heritage Coast.

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