All posts filed under: Places of Suffolk

Covering all the towns and villages in Suffolk that I have visited and written about on Landscapes of Suffolk.

The Golden Key

Whilst The Golden Key is relatively old pub, The Golden Key has recently re-opened with new owners Alex and Oliver who also run The Plough & Snail just down the road. The food there was really good, I had Fish & Chips, and the simple […]

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5 Best Spots in Suffolk

I was born and raised in Suffolk, so I’m going to write about some of the best places to visit in Suffolk in my opinion, and why. Some of the areas may not be as busy or as cultured as certain places in Suffolk, for […]

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Ipswich – Neptune Marina

The “Neptune Marina” is the quay based in the center of Ipswich. It used to play a major part in to the local industry has a busy port, but recently it has been renovated so that it now a hub to local businesses, hotels and […]

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Dunwich

Dunwich is another one of Suffolk’s mysterious old cities that once bathed in glory dating back to the Anglo Saxon period. That has now all gone under the ocean on coast of Suffolk due to coastal erosion, and all that is left is holiday lets, […]

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Woodbridge River Deben Walk

So if you have seen on our Instagram page I posted some morning pictures taken on the River Deben, Woodbridge. I have been wanting to go for a walk in the morning somewhere so I could capture the morning mist, I’ve seen some fellow photographers do […]

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Shingle Street

Shingle Street is a small, yet mysterious, village on the coast located between Orford and Bawdsey. Part of the coast also known as Hollesley Bay, where the Hollesley Bay prison is located. Shingle Street was commonly used as a settlement for the local fisherman who would […]

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Framlingham

Framingham is a quiet town but has a lot of facts hiding away. Being there you are not likely to notice that it is the home town to pop star Ed Sheeran came from. You can’t see the huge college grounds and castle positioned around […]

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Southwold

Southwold is one the most well known seaside towns in the Suffolk county, famous for being the home town of Adnams Beer in which it is brewed. In 1086 it was noted down as a fishing port in the Domesday Book, and it evolved into […]

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Walnut Tree Ufford

Ufford

Now this more of a place that I should know about, because I grew up there. I am going to separate this article into different sections, one will be about Ufford and the other part will be about Lower Ufford by the river. I grew […]

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Snape Maltings

Snape Maltings, which runs along the River Alde, is now an center of artistic culture ranging from clothes, food and music. Inside the main Snape Maltings building are a couple of shops and cafes. In front is a pub called “The Plough and Sail” which […]

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Thorpeness

I don’t know where to begin with Thorpness, it’s a popular holiday destination in Suffolk, but to me, it’s a little bit dated however some people see this as a charm. With a boating lake, or meare, and some local cafes/restaurants there are things to […]

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