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Around 20 miles from Ipswich and Dis, Colston Hall Farmhouse B&B is just 10 minutes’ drive from Framlingham Castle. Very nice quiet location in some lovely countryside,the farm had a small lake which people fish. I stayed in part of a converted barn with old beams in the ceiling. the hosts were friendly and welcoming and cooked a really nice English breakfast. the farm is in a really good location for both coast and country visiting.
House On The Hill is set in Framlingham and offers a restaurant and a terrace. The property is 21 mi from Southwold, and complimentary private parking is offered. Lovely location in the market square. Easy walking distance to church, castle and local shops and amenities. Excellent safety precautions for Covid 19 in place. Lovely host June who we didn’t get to meet but provided lots of valuable information and suggestions via text messages throughout our stay.
Located in Framlingham, Colston Hall Cottages offers a series of fully furnished self-catering cottages with free WiFi access throughout and on-site private parking free of charge. Very good facilities, ensuite bathrooms with each bedroom, good kitchen equipment, comfortable living room, so much to see in the surrounding areas.
Set in Badingham, 17 mi from Southwold, The Whitehorse Inn offers a bar and free WiFi. My stay was excellent, room was well appointed, clean and had everything I needed. If you are tall though, be careful of bumping into the low beams in the Jasmine room. Staff were friendly and the breakfast was filling and delicious. Bar and restaurant were busy so it is best to book a table. If I am in the area again, I will stay again. Thanks to all of the staff.
Framlingham castle was very impressive and we enjoyed our walk around the castle walls. Lunch at the castle was quickly served.The church is very imposing too and the streets are full of interesting houses.
It’s suited very much my requirements Lovely surroundings and beautifully kept There was on hand everything I needed Service was professional , prompt and I felt that all guests were cared for Beautiful place altogether
the Castle was delightful, all the english heritage staff were helpful and informative. the town was very pretty and we found the one cafe that served food all day for a late lunch. Its a pity that many cafes stopped serving by 2pm. We would have liked to stay longer but it was only a flying visit.
It is a country b&b. But is comfier than some hotels i have stayed in. The room was cosy and welcoming, so was the host. Breakfast was excellent, was cooked fresh to my requirements and was very tasty .
We visited Framlingham primarily to see the castle........on the day we visited it there was building work being carried out which meant that the museum and the shop and the restaurant were all closed leaving not a lot to see for an exorbitant price. Coffee had to be sought at a nearby cafe where the staff were so busy trying to look busy that we could have left without paying had we not waited for them to appear.
Small pretty Suffolk town. The White Horse pub at Bedlington on the way into Framlingham is a good place for a drink and traditional pub grub whilst watching locals play bowls. Aldeburgh on the coast is worth a visit to experience a beach with small stones not sand (about 14 miles)! Thorpness which is the next town is another good stop off point enjoy cake and tea at the meare (man made lake) where apparently J M Barrie author of Peter Pan used to visit.