Historic Buildings in Suffolk

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British History Quiz

This 1st century British ruler was the model for Shakespeare's Cymbeline



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This Day in British History

23 October, 1642

Battle of Edgehill

First serious battle of the Civil War, Prince Rupert defeats Parliamentary forces led by Earl of Essex

Monarch Mayhem

The third son of George III, he ruled after his elder brother died in 1830



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Southwold (Self catering)
Briar Cottage, Southwold

Briar Cottage

Open-plan sitting/dining room with kitchen area and wooden floors. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom/WC (shower attachment). Twin bedded room with en-sutie shower room/WC.
Sleeps 4

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Saxmundham (Self catering)
Peggotty's, Saxmundham

Peggotty's

A lovely terraced cottage near Saxmundham, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Ipswich (Hotel)
Hintlesham Hall

Hintlesham Hall

A Grade 1 listed Elizabethan house which is now an AA 4 red star hotel. Standing in 175 acres of parkland offering attentive and friendly service boasting the associated championship PGA golf course and clubhouse. Widely recognised as one of the loveliest in the UK and Ireland s highest … more >>

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Lavenham (Hotel)
Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

The Swan at Lavenham is one of the most historic hotels in Suffolk (if not in all of England!). The hotel dates to the 14th century, and the building oozes history from every darkened beam. Parts of the hotel once served as a medieval guildhall for Lavenham's wealthy wool merchants, and parts were a 16th century house. Within the charmingly restored interior you will find numerous original features, including an authentic minstrel gallery. more >>

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