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Suffolk

Suffolk is a historic county in East Anglia on the east coast of England. Lowestoft in Suffolk is the UK’s most easterly point. Scattered with rural towns and villages set in idyllic countryside, you’ll find water meadows and water mills along the River Stour to the south, and medieval communities in the west - places that served as the location for the two Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows movies. These tiny villages are a step back in time with their half-timbered houses and buildings. This landscape has hidden treasure in one of the most significant archaeological finds in Britain at Sutton Hoo. Much of the county has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A county famous for classical music, it was the home to Benjamin Britten, artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, writer George Orwell and is the current home of singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran. With proximity to Norwich International and London Stansted Airports it’s easily accessed by regional and international guests. There are also direct high speed rail links to London.

1 Wedding Venues in Suffolk meet your criteria

Image of Thorpeness Country Club
Suffolk, England - 43 Km from Location
Bring your ideas to life to make your special day, your way at Thorpeness. Our dedicated wedding specialist is on hand to help you organise your day from start to finish. The...

 Capacity

50-200

 Price

£60.00
Suffolk

Suffolk is a historic county in East Anglia on the east coast of England. Lowestoft in Suffolk is the UK’s most easterly point. Scattered with rural towns and villages set in idyllic countryside, you’ll find water meadows and water mills along the River Stour to the south, and medieval communities in the west - places that served as the location for the two Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows movies. These tiny villages are a step back in time with their half-timbered houses and buildings. This landscape has hidden treasure in one of the most significant archaeological finds in Britain at Sutton Hoo. Much of the county has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A county famous for classical music, it was the home to Benjamin Britten, artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, writer George Orwell and is the current home of singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran. With proximity to Norwich International and London Stansted Airports it’s easily accessed by regional and international guests. There are also direct high speed rail links to London.

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