The gardens of Ickworth, an elegant 18th-century house and hotel located near Bury St. Edmunds. It is a sensitively-restored Georgian mansion that is open to the public. Built by Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol, the house is dominated by a huge rotunda, based on the Pantheon in Rome.

Recreate the 3 greatest country house gardens

Bury St Edmunds Loved shopping here. I had an authentic English Tea with Aimee in an amazing Tea House.

Bury St Edmunds Photos - Featured Images of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

The Nutshell Smallest Pub in Britain Bury St Edmunds Suffolk.

The Nutshell Smallest Pub in Britain Bury St Edmunds Suffolk England by Mark Sunderland

Orford Ness Lighthouse, Suffolk.

'The BBC shipping forecast is usually read from a windowless studio in London but one day this spring I had a chance to read it looking out from the Orford Ness lighthouse across the North Sea'. By Zeb Soanes, BBC Radio 4 announcer.

Orford, Suffolk

On this walk around Orford, Suffolk you'll come across many beautiful sights, from boats bobbing in the quay to Orford's unique castle.

The Suffolk Coast & Heaths is a landscape of subtle contrasts, combining shingle beaches, crumbling cliffs, wild heath land, forests, estuaries and rolling farmland.

The Suffolk Coast & Heaths is a landscape of subtle contrasts, combining shingle beaches, crumbling cliffs, wild heath land, forests, estuaries and rolling farmland.

Bury St Edmunds Abbey

Post-medieval houses built into the semi-ruined west front, with a statue of St Edmund in the foreground on the lawn

Risbygate Fish & Chips, Bury St. Edmunds. Not only the best fish and chips in Bury St edmunds, but one of the best we've ever eaten. Better then Aldeburgh!!

Not only the best fish and chips in Bury St edmunds, but one of the best we've ever eaten. Better then Aldeburgh!

Kersey, Suffolk

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the lost city of Dunwich in Suffolk# known as the lost city of England, this tiny village certainly has a story#coastal

There is so much to love about the Suffolk Coast. Here are just a few stories about the people, places and events that make the Suffolk Coast truly special.

Haughley Park

The house at Haughley Park where Weird and Wonderful Wood takes place, with a glass sculpture by the American artist Danny Lane in the foreground.

Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich

One of Suffolk’s most treasured buildings, this beautiful Tudor mansion boasts 500 years of history. Tudor kitchen Victorian toys and games Suffolk artists gallery – see artists including, Alfred Munnings, Camille Pissaro,.

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