Suffolk is a beautiful and historic county, steeped in quintessentially English countryside, picturesque villages and sleepy coastal towns. It is only natural to want to see the whole thing but at nearly 4000km2, exploring it can be a slightly daunting prospect. If you are planning on getting around by car then thankfully there is a road that cuts through the heart of this county, passing some of its most loved landmarks and letting you drink it all in via a whole host of ancient paths, medieval churches and award winning restaurants: the A1120.
Felicity Boulderstone has been a dog owner for over thirty years, and has been training them for more than twenty. She believes that dog training should be both fun and rewarding, and that developing strong relationships between owners and their dogs will reap huge benefits.
Suffolk has so much to offer, so if we haven’t given you enough ideas to keep you busy during your stay in Suffolk, then here we have listed some of the Tourist Information Centres across the county that can help provide additional inspiration!
As the name suggests, a crockery shop. Well it is Suffolk! They specialise in sourcing products direct so they can pass on the price advantage on to you.
There are some great cycling routes in Suffolk, many in Mid-Suffolk. This route is close to Woodfarm and does a loop of Claydon via Cretingham. Continue reading Cycling in Suffolk: Claydon loop
There are some great cycling routes in Suffolk, many in Mid-Suffolk. This particular route goes literally past our door at Woodfarm, so a great place to start!
There are some great cycling routes in Suffolk, many in Mid-Suffolk. This particular route is close to Woodfarm and passes through many beautiful villages in a loop that starts and finishes in Stowmarket.