Suffolk Guides

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What’s on in Ipswich

Looking for a simpler way to browse through events? Click the button below to filter through a range of events in Ipswich or...

What’s on in Suffolk

Welcome to our what’s on in Suffolk guide for December 2018 and beyond. If you’re looking for a selection of the best...

Suffolk Restaurants

Everyone enjoys eating out – whether it be a light bite or a full three-course meal – and dining in our top restaurants is a...

A Guide to Beccles

Beccles lies in North West Suffolk on the banks of the Waveney river on the Norfolk-Suffolk border. To the one side it is...

Suffolk Museums

In a historic county like Suffolk you’d expect to find a wide range of Museums and you won’t be disappointed! With wonderful...

A Guide to Debenham

Debenham is a very pretty & relaxing village in Mid Suffolk full of character and charm. The River Deben rises in Debenham,...

A Guide to Newmarket

Things to do in Newmarket Whether you’re a devoted horse-racing fan or just a lover of beautiful English towns, Newmarket is...

Martello Towers

Martello Towers are small forts that were first built at the beginning of the 19th Century along the coast in several...

A Guide to Yoxford

  Yoxford is a charming village in the east of Suffolk, conveniently close to the towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh (roughly 8...

RSPB Suffolk

The RSPB has several popular sites in Suffolk. These locations offer a variety of different scenery as well as a diversity of...

Camping in Suffolk

Calling all happy campers – come & explore some of the best sites in the UK here in Suffolk! Whether you’re taking advantage...

Theatres in Suffolk

A visit to one of Suffolk’s theatres is a versatile experience, offering entertainment in the form of plays, musicals,...

Suffolk Accommodation

Suffolk offers a full range of accommodation options for singles, couples, families or groups of friends on holiday or...

Dog Friendly Suffolk

Bring your dog to Suffolk with you – she’ll be delighted with the space she has to roam around, searching out pheasants...

Suffolk Festivals

June 2018 Alive & V-Dubbin Festival, Friday 8 June to Sunday 10 June, Haughley Park Haughley Park, Haughley, Suffolk, IP14...

Courses in Suffolk

Come to Suffolk and learn a new skill. Suffolk’s tranquility will inspire you to learn new skills so we’ve gathered a range...

A Guide to… Lavenham

Lavenham is one of the best preserved Medieval villages in the UK, boasting some 320 listed timber framed buildings, many of...

A Guide to… Hadleigh

Hadleigh is a market town fairly close to Ipswich, but far enough away to have it’s own character and unique history. Up...

A Guide to Pakefield

Sitting atop some off Suffolk’s most dramatic coastline atop the cliffs, Pakefield is a thriving village, close enough to...

Cycling in Suffolk

Suffolk is not as flat as legend would have you believe – particularly when you’re on a bike! However, cycling in Suffolk is...

A Guide to… Eye

As a visitor to Eye once said ‘We’ve seen the Town Hall. Where’s the Town?’ It may not be the largest town in Suffolk,...

Walking in Suffolk

Suffolk is a beautiful county with lots to see and do, and what better way to get a sense of the county than walking through...

Days Out in Ipswich

Ipswich is a modern town that has retained much of its old world charm in the architecture that is found there – especially...

Pubs in Suffolk

As you’d expect from the county that brings you the UK’s 2 largest beer producers (Adnams & Greene King), our love of the...