Lavenham, Suffolk in the heart of East Anglia
Much of Lavenham’s mediaeval wealth was based on the wool trade. Many of the villages 200 or so listed buildings, including the church and the Guildhall (a National Trust property) date from this time.
The village now has an excellent blend of beautiful historical buildings and facilities for visitors. There are excellent pubs, restaurants and antique shops, as well as shops to meet most requirements. All of these are within 2 minutes walk of each cottage.
Lavenham is well situated for exploring the Suffolk countryside including Constable Country, Bury St Edmunds, the Suffolk Coast, local National Trust properties and several beautiful gardens. Cambridge and Newmarket are less than an hours drive. It is well placed for visits throughout East Anglia
Click here for the Lavenham Website.