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The Crown & Castle, Orford, Suffolk. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in England: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/08/18/what-to-do-england/

The Crown Castle, Orford, Suffolk. Great Pub, lots of students

Southwold Beach, Suffolk The jewel in the crown of East Suffolk seaside resorts, Southwold’s tranquil demeanour does nothing to betray its colourful history. Blazing fires and blustering gales over the centuries have been responsible for major refurbs to the pier and what are now known as the Southwold ‘Greens’, now frequented by beach-goers hoping to enjoy a slice of traditional seaside fun.

Southwold Beach, Suffolk The jewel in the crown of East Suffolk seaside resorts, Southwold’s tranquil demeanour does nothing to betray its colourful history. Blazing fires and blustering gales over the centuries have been responsible for major refurbs to

The Crown at Stoke by Nayland, Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk Hotel Reviews | i-escape.com

The Crown at Stoke by Nayland, Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk Hotel Reviews | i-escape.com

The Crown and Castle, Orford, Suffolk.

The Crown and Castle, Orford, Suffolk.

The Crown - Southward, Suffolk.

Stay with us on the coast at Southwold in Suffolk or Blakeney in North Norfolk.

The Crown and Castle,Orford,Suffolk.  Perfect for a long weekend away from it all!

The Crown and Castle,Orford,Suffolk. Perfect for a long weekend away from it all!

Eden Park Homestead, Romsey, has been owned by six generations of the Clement family (originally Scottish immigrants) since they purchased the land in 1857 at the Crown Grant land sales. The homestead was built a year later of dressed bluestone quarried from the property; it is Italianate in style, single-storeyed with a hipped, slate-clad roof and twin bay windows flanking the arched entry. Recently fully restored, it sits at the end of an impressive kilometre-long driveway lined with…

Eden Park Homestead, Romsey, has been owned by six generations of the Clement family (originally Scottish immigrants) since they purchased the land in 1857 at the Crown Grant land sales. The homestead was built a year later of dressed bluestone quarried from the property; it is Italianate in style, single-storeyed with a hipped, slate-clad roof and twin bay windows flanking the arched entry. Recently fully restored, it sits at the end of an impressive kilometre-long driveway lined with…

The Crown at Woodbridge, Suffolk

The Crown at Woodbridge, Suffolk

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