Manor Farm is near to Pulham Market, regarded as one of the prettiest villages in Suffolk with a delightful village green surrounded by thatched cottages and a medieval church.
The nearby thriving, picturesque market town of Diss sits in the Waveney Valley, close to the border between Suffolk and Norfolk. There are lots of walks and cycling routes for you to follow in the surrounding area and further afield, to enable you to discover rolling countryside, bustling market towns and quaint villages, typical of East Anglia.
The area is a paradise for food-lovers. Take a day out to the Suffolk coast to enjoy oysters from Orford and locally-caught fish from Aldeburgh, washed down with a pint of Adnams, or a shorter trip to the nearby charming market town of Bungay, home to superb soft cheese and excellent beer.
Explore the magnificent gardens and woodlands on one of three railways at Bressigham Steam Museum. For another fun day out, take a trip to Great Yarmouth, about an hour away by car, where you can enjoy all the traditional seaside attractions that this coastal resort has to offer. In contrast to the bustling atmosphere of Great Yarmouth, the more peaceful and refined resort of Southwold, further down the coast from here, is also home to the famous Adnams Brewery, which holds tours for visitors.
Don't miss one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time at Sutton Hoo, the Anglo-Saxon royal burial site, and Framlingham Castle, a magnificent 12th century fortress and one time refuge of Mary Tudor, both about an hour's drive from Diss.
In nearby Norwich (15 miles), you can visit the Norfolk Museums, including the Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery and the Museum of Norwich at the Bridwell.
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