Things to see and do - Sudbury
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Sudbury Travel guide
Sudbury : Michelin's recommendations
This market town and silk-weaving centre was the birthplace of the painter Gainsborough. Sudbury also boasts three monumental Perpendicular churches: St Gregory's, St Peter's and All Saints, surrounded by Georgian houses and earlier timber-framed cottages.
Tourist attractions Sudbury : Things to see and do
46 st. Gainsborough
This late-medieval building with an 18C façade was home to the artist Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), and contains many mementoes of him including works executed between 1740 and 1750 (in the small drawing room on the ground floor), his first acclai..
Surrounding the three sides of a courtyard, Melford Hall was built in the early Elizabethan period. Only the main hall has preserved its Elizabethan characteristics. The salon is made of superb rococo and the neo-Greek staircase (1813) is by Thomas H..
The Bell Hotel, Market Hill, Clare, Suffolk GB - Clare CO10 8NN
Dating from around 1570, this Tudor coaching inn occupies the corner of the main square in the town of Clare, The Bell Hotel offers a restaurant, free WiFi access on on-site parking. Located 28 miles from the university city of Cambridge, Thetford Fo..
High Street GB - Lavenham CO10 9QA
Prix Prices from : 100 £
In the Suffolk countryside, between Bury St. Edmunds and Sudbury, this beautiful 15th-century building offers 4-star accommodation and a restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes for its fine food. Lavenham is one of the best-preserved Tudor villages in Britain..
Walnut Tree Lane GB - Sudbury CO10 1BD
Prix Prices from : 49 £
With free parking and WiFi, this Old English style hotel is in the centre of Sudbury, on the banks of the River Stour. It has a bar, restaurant and sun terrace each with picturesque views over the meadows. Many of the rooms overlook the river and me..
High St GB - CO10 9QA Lavenham
Smart hotel restaurant which blends modern furnishings with traditional elements of the historic inn in which it resides. In winter, sit by the fire; in summer, sit on the terrace overlooking the gardens. Classic bistro menu.
The Street GB - CO10 9NG Lavenham
An attractive brick and timber pub in a small hamlet. Heavy timbers are hung with tankards and antlers, open fires punctuate brick walls and a hunting theme runs throughout. Restaurant-style dishes are carefully and confidently prepared.
Church Walk, The Green GB - CO10 9DN Long Melford
First you must choose which of the three intimate rooms to dine in at this Georgian inn; then there's the huge array of menus to decide between. Cooking is rooted in the traditional British vein and dishes are full of flavour.
Market Pl. GB - CO10 9QZ Lavenham
Passionately run restaurant on the main square of an attractive town; its impressive Georgian façade concealing a timbered house with 14C origins. Choose between two dining rooms and a smart enclosed terrace. Concise menus offer ambitious dishes with..
Westgate St GB - CO10 9DP Long Melford
This converted medieval hall house is now a smart, personally run restaurant. Cooking is skilful, classical and full of flavour; everything from the bread to the sorbet is homemade. The wine list features some top class producers.
High St. GB - CO10 9QA Lavenham