The rolling countryside of Suffolk is a joy at any time of the year to explore on foot, by bike or by car. Perhaps golf is your game --- we have Hintlesham Golf Club right on our doorstep with an 18-hole parkland course to play on Visit Site Horse riding and fly or coarse fishing are also available near Hadleigh or visit any one of the many Tourist Attractions around the beautiful county of Suffolk.
On the River Stour at Flatford and Dedham where John Constable painted his famous landscapes.
Framlingham Castle, where Mary Tudor was proclaimed Queen of England in 1553, is a magnificent late 12th-century castle. Surrounded by parkland and estates, it was once at the centre of a vast network of power and influence before becoming a 17th-century home for the poor. View More
Orford Castle - The unique polygonal tower keep of Orford Castle is remarkably intact allowing visitors to explore from throughout, from the basement to the roof where there are magnificent views seaward to Orford Ness. View More
Bury St Edmunds has a wonderful Cathedral and ruined Abbey, and nearby is Ickworth House. View More
RSPB Bird Reserve
A neighbour of College Farm is the RSPB Bird Reserve at Wolves Wood near Hadleigh. Wolves Wood is near Hadleigh in Suffolk and is one of seven ancient woodland areas which used to cover East Anglia. A wide range of birds can be seen all year-round, including Sparrowhawks, Marsh Tits, Nightingales with their beautiful songs in late April and May, Garden Warblers and Great Spotted Woodpeckers foraging high in the trees. View More
Snape Maltings with its world famous concert hall and attractions. View More
Felixstowe is more a traditional family seaside town with a very large container port. View More