"So much to see and do in Suffolk..."
Suffolk offers beautiful countryside, picturesque villages and a wonderful coastline. The Suffolk Coast has the famous resorts of Aldeburgh and Southwold and RSPB Minsmere bird reserve - a birdwatcher's paradise.
Discover historic Bury St Edmunds, with its stunning Cathedral, Abbey Gardens and NT Ickworth House. Newmarket is the home of Horseracing and the National Stud.
Coastal Suffolk - all within 5 - 40 mins from Park Farm, Sibton
- Nearby attractions
- Norman Castles at Framlingham and Orford and the Landguard Fort at the mouth of the River Orwell at Felixstowe.
- Cultural pursuits at Snape Maltings, home of the Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts or browse the shops and galleries
- The surrounding countryside is a true delight for artists, cyclists and walkers - along the coast, in the forests or across heathland
- Easton Farm Park for families
- NT Sutton Hoo's Anglo Saxon burial site
- Wind and watermills including Woodbridge Tide Mill and Saxtead
- The area offers an abundance of local food producers from ice-cream, fresh fish, artisan bakers to locally produced meat. Plus excellent pubs and restaurants
- Down on the beach
- Visit our seaside towns - Southwold with its beach huts and pier, or enjoy fish and chips on the beach at Aldeburgh
- Go sea fishing or buy fresh fish from the beach at various locations. The rivers and estuaries offer lots of opportunities for freshwater fishing, sailing and wildlife spotting river trips, along the rivers Deben, Alde and Ore.
- Suffolk Coast and Heaths - 150 sq miles of countryside with lowland coastal scenery, grazing marshes, wildlife rich wetlands and the historic Sandling Heaths. It includes three National Nature Reserves, several SSSIs, RSPB Minsmere, NT Orfordness and NT Dunwich Heath
- Follow the coast from shingle beaches to glorious sandy dunes Shingle Street, Orford, Sizewell and Walberswick
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