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P D James
Find your perfect cuppa or indulge your sweet cravings by choosing one of these great local companies.
Places to eat and drink
19 St Peter's St
The Strawberry Teapot Tearoom & Cakery
5 Friars St
Tiffins Tea & Coffee House
Sudbury CO10 9JT
Bridge Farm Barns (Corn Craft)
The Cragg Sisters Tearoom
110 High St
Dingle Hill Tearooms
Weavers Tea Room
2 The Knoll
With the North Sea lying to the east of the county, Suffolk has a coastline of 50 miles, and can be found in the East Anglian region of England. Much of the county is low-lying, with 60 nature reserves and two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are medieval towns, stately homes, castles, and Suffolk Wool towns as well as heritage centres. Visit Constable Country (John Constable 1776-1837) or take a relaxing walk along the stunning beaches.
Places to visit
Sutton Hoo, Framlington Castle, The Broads, Pleasurewood Hills, Suffolk coast, Ickworth House (above), Thetford Forest, Orford Castle,Clare Castle County park, Ipswich Museum.
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