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Best things to do in Suffolk

History Museum
“Visit Palace House to view an incredible selection of paintings by some of Britain's most famous artists.”
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Restaurant
“Widely regarded as one of the finest places to eat in Suffolk. Delicious french cuisine at very reasonable prices. ”
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Restaurant
“Its an unpretentious pub with Excellent food, staff and atmosphere. They don't do chips! The food is above and beyond what you would normally expect from a gastro pub. Open everyday including Sunday and Monday evenings.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Bar
“The Crown at Stoke-by-Nayland is our traditional Inn and privately-owned boutique hotel. We have built an enviable reputation from our commitment to providing friendly service, luxurious accommodation and delicious food, wine and real ales.”
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Kirche
“This is a stunning building to visit, be sure to include the cloisters, treasury and Lady Chapel in your visit. Guided tours are available Monday- Saturday at 11am and they now offer limited tours of the Cathedral Tower too.”
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Museum
“Experience the sights, sounds and drama of the mill as wheels and stones turn, grinding the grain as they have done for many hundreds of years. Woodbridge was one of the first tide mills in the country, and was unquestionably the last one working – operating for well over 800 years.”
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Pub
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“Country pub/restaurant set down a country lane, great food, pizza oven in summer and space for children to play on. Beautiful walk to Dunwich Heath (National Trust) from this pub.”
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Store
“Great Farm for kids with a lovely restaurant. About 15 minute drive from the lodge. ”
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Museum
“Small art gallery, but about the famous local painter who painted the hills that you are camping in!”
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Racetrack
“RACECOURSE (Horses) - Newmarket is widely regarded as the ‘home of racing’ due to their rich history in breeding and racing, stretching back over 3 centuries. There are two tracks that are ran on at different times of the season, the Rowley Mile and the July Course. The Rowley Mile operates at the beginning of the season before intermittently switching to the July course. This track covers the summer fixtures from June to August, before returning back to the Rowley Mile for the remainder of the season. ~ RacingPost.com”
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Pool
“Outdoor swimming pool located next to the Norfolk broads open during the summer season. Has a cafe on site.”
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Museum
“An interesting day out to view past life of East Anglia with many exciting buildings to explore.”
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Racetrack
“Snetterton Circuit is a motor racing course in Norfolk, England, originally opened in 1953. Owned by Jonathan Palmer's MotorSport Vision organisation, it is situated on the A11 about half an hours drive from the Cartlodge. It has several different race events that you can go and watch up close, from lorries to motorbikes.....this might be one to ask Andy about as he knows more about it! It also has a huge Lego, train set and other ‘hobbies’ warehouse that is really interesting, and a cafe.”
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Bar
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“Wine bar which is classy and stylish, good food, but you can just go there and chill in relaxed and comfortable surroundings.”
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Beach
“BEACH - Next door to Southwold, the feeling couldn't be more different!... ' The wooden bridge leading from the picturesque village of Walberswick to the beach is always crammed with children clutching crabbing lines and plastic buckets. Clamber over the ridge of dunes and you'll understand why so many artists are drawn to paint this long and empty stretch of sandy beach' ~ The Telegraph”
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