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Suffolk Pubs - Snape

Suffolk has strong agricultural roots, so it is perhaps unsurprising that many of the pubs, cafes and restaurants across the county offer locally sourced food on their menus. With lots to see and do across our beautiful county, be sure to relax and enjoy a refreshing pint and good old fashioned p...

by alice | Mar 27, 2017 |


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Get Cultural in Suffolk - Snape

Suffolk has a rich history which spans across hundreds of years. Over that time a number of significant buildings, places and sights have left their mark. Lending its name to a Harry Potter character and home to a world famous concert hall, the village of Snape is bound to enchant and surprise yo...

by alice | Nov 26, 2016 |


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The National Youth Choir of Great Britain @ Snape Proms - Review

On the 17th of August 2016, The National Youth Choir of Great Britain returned to the Proms at Snape Maltings, proudly sponsored by Suffolk Cottage Holidays. Directly off the back of their first...

by John | Aug 19, 2016 |


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The National Youth Choir of Great Britain @ Snape Proms

"Gloriously assured musicality" - Snape Proms 2013This summer we welcome back the National Youth Choir of Great Britain to the Snape Proms, proudly sponsored by Suffolk Cottage Holidays. The Na...

by John | Jul 27, 2016 |


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Off The Beaten Track - Blaxhall Common

There are dozens of wonderful walking routes in Suffolk, many of which reveal hidden gems of the countryside. With various types of habitat making up the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty across the Suffolk Coast...

by alice | Jul 8, 2016 |


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Jasper’s Jottings - Off The Beaten Track At Snape Marshes

Snape is a lovely village, made famous by Snape Maltings which celebrates the work of composer Benjamin Britten. The Maltings are a lovely place to visit themselves, but with Jasper in tow, we se...

by alice | Jun 21, 2016 |


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Jasper’s Jottings - A Wander Along Iken Cliffs

Sadly, the weather failed to be as glorious as it had been for our third walk. Jasper and I set off early in the hopes of enjoying the morning sun only for the day to break as overcast and chilly. Still, we were undeterred and set off in search of the River Alde.

by alice | Jun 21, 2016 |


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Jasper’s Jottings - A Trek Through Tunstall Forest

Our second walk of the Easter Holidays took us to Tunstall Forest. Tunstall Forest was started in the 1920s as a pine plantation and after the Great Storm of 1987 when the forest lost thousands of trees, the opportunity was taken to diversify the mix of trees planted. Today, trees of a...

by alice | Jun 21, 2016 |


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Campsea Ashe : A History of the Station

The station located in Campsea Ashe, which is interestingly named after a village two miles away; Wickham Market, has a fascinating history and played an important role in the prosperity of the local towns in East Anglia. Read on for a brief history of the railway station at Campsea As...

by John | May 16, 2016 |


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Benjamin Britten: The Old Mill, Snape

Mornings are transformations. Britten once told me about them at Snape Mill. How he would leave a shiny black piano downstairs and find a matt white one when he woke up. Old, old flour would drift down on it from the seamy beams all night. Ronald Blythe...

by John | May 12, 2016 |


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Top 5 Things to do in Snape this Summer

Snape is a true gem and whether you’re visiting for the day or on holiday in the area there are plenty of things to keep the whole family entertained. Read on for our Top 5 Things to do in Snape this Summer. 

by John | May 6, 2016 |


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Exploring Tunstall

Tunstall, a charming village 6 miles from the Suffolk coast, is sprinkled with a traditional country pub, village church, small art gallery and a community centre. Just hal...

by John | Apr 21, 2016 |


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Snape: A History of the Railway

The relatively unknown railway line at Snape, which opened in 1859, ran from Snape Junction on the East Suffolk line, operating a weekdays only, goods train. The line was closed 101 years later in 1960. During those 101 years the railway line played a pivotal role in the development of Snape...

by John | Mar 15, 2016 |


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Boat Trips Along the River Alde

The River Alde, with its expansive estuary, is a haven for wildlife and birds. Exploring the area by foot is a wonderful way to take in all its beauty. However for those who wan...

by John | Feb 4, 2016 |


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Best Places to Eat in Snape

Snape is full of fantastic eateries and is definitely worth a visit for any self confessed foodies. You’ll be spoilt for choice with all the dining possibilities at Snape Maltings and in Snape it...

by John | Feb 3, 2016 |


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Southwold Pier - A Brief History

The pier in Southwold is bucking the national trend of falling in to decline and continues to be...


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Afternoon Tea Week, 14th - 20th August

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afte...


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Suffolk Golf - Lavenham

The modern game of golf originated in fifteenth century Scotland, and has since developed into a...


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Bookshops on the Suffolk Coast

There is a fabulous array of bookshops in Suffolk - perfect for bibliophiles of all ages....


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Suffolk Pubs - Framlingham

Suffolk has strong agricultural roots, so it is perhaps unsurprising that many of the pubs, cafes...


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Inspirational Suffolk Scenery

Many artists have escaped to Suffolk to gather inspiration throughout the years, whether it be fo...


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