Crowning the hill at the top of the historical village of Lavenham, sits this happily situated Grade 1 listed church.
The St Peter and St Paul’s church dates back to the 15th century, and is a popular destination for visitors to Lavenham and Suffolk.
The church is open daily and they welcome in visitors, however please note that visiting may be restricted during services on Wednesdays and Sundays
Little Hall is an independent museum, run entirely by volunteers, that gives an insight into the commercial past of historic Lavenham and the wool trade.
It’s one of the oldest buildings in the best preserved of the Suffolk wool towns. This 14th century house was built for the Causton family of clothiers, and its subsequent development has mirrored the changing fortunes of Lavenham.
You can clearly see the development of this beautiful Tudor house; explore the art collection or just relax in the tranquil walled garden.
Both the museum and gardens are open daily between April and the end of October.
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.
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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.
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The Angel has an excellent reputation for serving delicious home-cooked food, providing an extensive range of wines, beers, and ales, and creating a warm and homely atmosphere where everyone is welcome.
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Number Ten Wine Bar & Kitchen is found in a lovely 15th century house, in the charming medieval village of Lavenham.
It’s full of gnarly old oak beams and a great inglenook fireplace with old beer barrel tables. There is a cosy little lounge for private gatherings and a grand formal dining room for groups as well as a separate dining room.
They always provide a warm welcome, and their food is sourced as locally as possible. With a regularly changing menu and reasonably priced food, this is a fantastic place to visit for a meal or just to enjoy a glass of wine in the bar!