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County - Essex | Map
Tel code: 01206 | code search
Postcode: CO7 | code search
Population: 1800
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Cultural Britain:
Constable Country
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Mad Maldon Mud Race
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Dedham Vale Family Farm
"Really disapointed. I took my 3 year old daughter to visit the farm that I visited a few years ago with my niece. I looked on google for opening times ..." More

Milsoms Hotel
"I have been to milsoms 3 times now, and all as part of a group of six. We have always had 3 coursees each and not one of us ..." More

Marlborough Head Hotel
"great place , food good ,lovely log fires and staff very nice

Date visited: 20/01/08 ..." More

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"Dedham is a large village at the heart of what is known locally as Constable Country. John Constables father had a mill here and the associations - like Flatford ..." More

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Dedham is an enchanting and unspoilt village set on the banks of the Stour River in the very heart of the Dedham Vale in Essex. It dates back to Saxon times with quiet lanes peppered with beautiful cottages and houses that span five centuries. Stunning countryside cloaks the village that nudges the Essex and Suffolk borders that was forever immortalised by John Constable who attended the local school, and whose father worked the Water Mill close by. Famed for it's production of wool in the 15th Century, the legacy of which may be seen today with the church of St Mary's, where intricate carvings, are embellished in the roof of the Nave. Explorers of this pretty village can wander along the high street blessed with pleasing shops, and there's always the chance to sample a cuppa in the fabulous 16th Century Tearoom. The Art Museum has an interesting tale to tell, or possibly the lure of the great outdoors maybe one temptation hard to resist, or why not hire a rowing boat and journey up the river where swans, ducks and even otters can be enjoyed. Any aspiring Artist should pack an extra brush and follow in Constable's footsteps as the evocative sight of Flatford Mill bewitches those who gaze. Essex Tourism - 0871 716 2199 Calls cost less than 10p per minute

Attraction

Dedham Art and Craft Centre
Dedham Vale Family Farm
Sir Alfred Munnings Art Museum

Dentist

Mr O'Sullivan G P

Doctor

Constable Country Medical Practice

Pub and Bar

Sun Inn

Restaurant

Dedham Hall & Fountain House
Le Talbooth
Le Talbooth Restaurant
Milsom's
Milsoms Hotel
Sun Inn

Shops

The Essex Rose Tea House
Dedham Centre Tearoom
The Dedham Gourmet
Evans & Son Butchers
Dedham Pharmacy
Goodies Flowers
Locke Farm Shop
Shakespeare House Gallery

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Kiddywinks
Soft Furnishing Studio

Activities

Nomad Sea Kayaking(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Dedham

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Dedham Hall & Fountain House (0.27 miles)

Dedham Hall & Fountain House
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Dedham Hall in itís six acres of gardens and fields set in the beautiful Vale of Dedham. Together with itís restaurant The Fountain House it is situated just a ... More | visit website
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Marlborough Head Hotel (0.31 miles)

Marlborough Head Hotel
The Marlborough Head Inn is located in the High Street in the picturesque village of Dedham, which is well-placed for Colchester, Harwich and Ipswich It is a perfect base from which to explore Constable Country. ... More | visit website
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Maison Talbooth (0.40 miles)

Maison Talbooth

Maison Talbooth
Tranquillity is the essence of this Victorian country house, which enjoys a superb position on a bluff overlooking the river valley. The ten bedrooms are luxurious, individually decorated and have bathrooms that are a ... More | visit website

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Milsoms Hotel (0.66 miles)

Milsoms Hotel

Milsoms is a Victorian country house built in 1850 and was bought by Dorothy and Arthur Milsom in 1959. They ran it until 1981 when their son Gerald Milsom transformed it into the terrace restaurant ... More | visit website

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Ramada Colchester (3.27 miles)

Ramada Colchester

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The Ramada Colchester is a fine base for exploring Constable Country and the East Anglian coastline. The hotel is convenient for all major routes from London and Harwich and is close ... More

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Travelodge Ipswich Capel St Mary (3.50 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Crown (4.52 miles)

The Crown

The Crown Stoke by Nayland, an historic privately owned village Inn has a reputation for making everyone feel welcome - without pretension - simply a passion for good service, food, wine and real ale.

The ... More | visit website

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Angel Inn (4.67 miles)

Angel Inn

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Surrounded by tranquil, beautiful Suffolk countryside, this traditional 16th-century oak-beamed coaching house offers traditional charm, superb food, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Angel Inn has a wealth of original charm and ... More

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Pheasant Suites (4.91 miles)

Pheasant Suites

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Pheasant Lodge is situated in the grounds of the non working Balls Farm. The 17th century Farm House is surrounded by fields and wildlife and located less than two miles ... More

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The Steam Mill House (4.93 miles)

The Steam Mill House

A warm welcome awaits you at The Steam Mill House, with luxurious rooms and a choice of breakfasts. Our handsome listed house is in the centre of the heritage village of Nayland, with its shops, ... More | visit website

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