Lavenham is surely one of the top ten places to visit in England for anyone interested in our history, this remarkable village seemingly bypassed by history since medieval times with numerous half-timbered buildings, the most spectacular of which is its Guildhall...
Hotels in Lavenham - 8 places to stay
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Great House Hotel
A beautiful country house hotel, overlooking the magnificent Market Place of Lavenham, in Suffolk, that offers luxurious ensuite accommodations and a wonderful award-winning French restaurant with three AA rosettes.
Short Breaks available Tuesdays to Thursdays inclusive ... More
| Double Room: £115 - £239 | visit website
The Angel at Lavenham is a Tudor inn set in the market place at the centre of one of England's finest medieval villages.
Between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury, the inn with ... More
| Double Room: £80
Brett Farm B&B
Riverside bungalow set in 27 acres yet only 5 min walk from the historic village of Lavenham with its many Tudor buildings and Guild Hall. Comfortable rooms with full english breakfast.
Enjoy the peaceful surroundings of ... More
| Double Room: From £40 | visit website
Swan Hotel (The)
Few hotels can boast the historic significance and splendour of The Swan. Once key to the famed Lavenham Wool trade, its timeless tranquility brings peace and comfort to those seeking a haven from the pressures ... More
| Double Room: From £105
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I am sure that if the mothers of various nations could meet, there would be no more wars - E M Forster
On this day:
Saxon King Edmund martyred by the Vikings - 0869, Battle of Quiberon Bay - 1759, Nuremberg Trials begin - 1945, Snowdonia designated a National Park - 1951, Windsor Castle is damaged by fire - 1992, Diana Admits Adultery - 1995, Judith Keppel Who wants to be a Millionaire Winner - 2000
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