Suffolk’s smallest town, Clare is a charming historic market center, which lies on the Stour, the border with Essex – at its heart, a classic wool town.
Clare’s country park has the ruins of a Norman castle enclosing a listed railway station, ponds and multiple walks. There’s an elegant medieval church, an Augustinian priory and numerous timber-framed houses, including the pargetted Ancient House Museum, and the ramparts of an Iron Age settlement.
Attractive shops and eating places, antique outlets, curiosities and unexpected corners within the Upper Stour Valley complete the picture. Just the place for a wonderful weekend.
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Our par 3, 9-hole parkland course beside the river Stour provides challenges and interest for all levels of play and is open to everyone.
Enjoy our comfortable clubhouse and Tee Room with a panoramic view over the lake serving fresh all day snacks and homemade cakes.
Our new bespoke meeting room for up to 20 delegates is now available for hire