There is so much to see and do in the county of Suffolk, with grand landmarks and fascinating history. It's a beautiful county to explore, or just be.
Quaint and historic villages are found in Suffolk
Lavenham was the central hub of the Suffolk wool trade, attracting buyers and sellers from all around. The bustling market town of Bury St Edmunds, with its array of independent stores can be found down the acclaimed St John’s Street.
Suffolk is tucked away in East Anglia, but not far from London. The history and beautiful landscapes are not just limited to walks in the grounds of Nedging Hall Estate. Ickworth Estate, Kentwell Hall and even just a short drive down our country roads allow you to glimpse the ploughed fields and tall trees that make up our picturesque scenes. Suffolk has a long, rich history Many of its buildings, churches and castles date back hundreds of years. Sutton Hoo is the site of two early medieval cemeteries. Here, one of the country's most extraordinary finds was discovered in 1939: a 27-meter Viking longship filled with treasures.
The food in Suffolk is superb
With fertile fields and an expansive coastline, the county enjoy a bountiful supply of local produce like pork, beef, fish, asparagus and samphire. There's some incredible restaurants in Suffolk, like Nedging Hall Estate's The Bildeston Crown, amongst others.
Step away from the hustle and bustle for a while, there is so much to be discovered; and it’s all waiting for you in our exclusive country house in Suffolk.