Wool Towns Attractions

The Wool Towns are not just for the summer months.

Some of our greatest attractions – eating, walking, visiting some of the renowned art galleries and shops – can be equally enjoyed in the winter. National Trust venues such as Melford Hall and the Lavenham Guildhall are open all year round.

And you can finish your day at one of the fine pubs and restaurants where a warm welcome will be ready to greet you.

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Clare Golf Course

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

Kentwell House and Gardens

Kentwell is not a ‘stately home’ but very much a lived-in and loved family home, something it has been for over 500 years. The public see much of the House, including rooms used by the family – usually with obvious signs of use…

Other places of interest

Holy Trinity Church
Location: Long Melford, CO10 9DT
Number: 01787 310845
Website: www.longmelfordchurch.com

Hadleigh Guild Hall
Location: Hadleigh, IP7 5DN
Number: 01473 822544
Website: www.hadleightownhall.co.uk

Clare Ancient House Museum
Location: Clare, CO10 8NY
Number: 01787 277572
Website: www.clare-ancient-house-museum.co.uk

Kersey Village
Location: Kersey, Suffolk
Website: www.kersey.suffolk.cloud

Needham Lakes
Location: Needham Market
Number: 01449 724639
Website: www.needham-lake.co.uk

Museum of East Anglian Life
Location: Stowmarket, Suffolk
Number: 01449 612229
Website: www.eastanglianlife.org.uk

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