Lavenham Contemporary is a modern gallery at the end of the high street in Lavenham, showcasing the beautiful work of Paul Evans, one of the most successful landscape artists in the UK.
One of the most beautiful, historic villages in England, let alone Suffolk. Jam-packed with quirky, wonky timber-framed buildings, antique shops, craft shops, art galleries, tea rooms and pubs, it’s a really popular tourist destination for all visitors to Suffolk and still a regular for us locals too!
Crowning the hill at the top of the historical village of Lavenham sits this Grade 1 listed church. Arguably one of the most happily situated churches in the area, and only a short walk from the Lavenham high street.
Lavenham host one of the best farmers markets in the county, visiting is a must during your stay in Suffolk!
All products at the market come from within a thirty mile radius, and are sold by the producers themselves, so you can be assured that you are trying some of the very best that Suffolk has to offer.
This charming antiques shop is housed in a beautiful Georgian-fronted EIizabethan building, situated in the medieval Suffolk village of Lavenham. J & J Baker is well worth a visit, you never know what treasures you might find.
The crooked house is home to Munnings Tea Room, a delightful place to visit for afternoon tea while exploring enchanting Lavenham. As well as delicious food, they also exhibit a lovely range of gifts and artwork to help support the Injury Jockeys fund.
Number Ten Wine Bar & Kitchen is found in a lovely 15th century house, in the charming medieval village of Lavenham. Run by Rod and Jo who grew up in the village, they serve delicious home cooked food and excellent wine with passion and enthusiasm.