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Postcode: IP19 | code search
Population: 5000
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Birthplace of:
Joseph Hooker
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Folk Customs:
Jankyn Smith's Endowment
John Sayers Dole

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White Hart
"We visit this pub on a regular basis. The manager and staff are very friendly and welcoming. The food is always excellent with a varied menu and you never leave the ..." More

Daniel Evans and Associates Dental Surgeons
"Excellent treatment. Dr. Evans saved a tooth with a root filling in one sitting. I thought it was unsalvageable, but it is still there and working well. Very impressed. He also ..." More

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An attractive market town nestled in a curve of the River Blyth, Halesworth was a major centre for malting and brewing in the 19th C. There are many fine buildings, including the carved Gothic House, a Tudor Rectory and Elizabethan almhouses. St. Mary’s church has an unusual 18th C. alter, and a memorial to a local father and son who both became directors of Kew Gardens in London.
Take time to explore the town centre and visit the award-winning pedestrianised Throughfare, which has a wide range of shops as well as a good choice of places to eat. Halesworth is an ideal place to shop for something just a little special and then relax with a pint of real local ale or a glass of locally produced wine at one of the public houses. The town also contains various museums and art galleries
For those who enjoy something more energetic, Halesworth has a public park, children’s play area, Skate Board Park, heated outdoor pool, bowling green, gym and an 18 hole golf course nearby. Population 5,000


Edward Jones
Foundation Services
Lovewell Blake


Halesworth Gallery
Holton Saint Peter Postmill
Woottens of Wenhaston


Angel Cottage
Linda's Lodge
Shepherd's Watch
Woodpecker at Millfield Cottages


Daniel Evans and Associates Dental Surgeons


Cutlers Hill Surgery
Dr Northover & Partners
Eastaugh, Castle, Stammers & Harland

Estate Agent

Abbotts Estate Agents Ltd
Brown William H
Goddards Estate Agents

Golf Club

Halesworth Golf Club

Holiday Park

Heathside Lodges
High Lodge


Halesworth Country Market

Pub and Bar

Plough Inn
Racehorse Inn
Star Inn
The Huntsman & Hounds
Triple Plea Inn
White Hart




Neals Taxi
Southwood Shuttle


Eagle Veterinary Group


Brodie Murphy
Holton Road Garden Centre
Kim Hart's Health & Beauty
Focus Foods
Jeffery & Associates
Camelot Shoes
Mark Titchiner Ceramics

Focus Organic Ltd


Mells Hill Equestrian Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Halesworth

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Carol's Cottage at Vale Farm Cottages (2.74 miles)


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Set on a 70 acre arable farm, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, 6 miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coastline, these two recent conversions of old ... More

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Buckland House (3.74 miles)

Buckland House
Buckland House is an extended 18th Century cottage set in a 1/3 acre of gardens and orchard. Once a methodist meeting room, it now offers comfortable bed an breakfast accommodation. Surrounded by open fields and ... More | visit website
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Sibton White Horse Inn (4.89 miles)

Sibton White Horse Inn

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You couldn't find a more quintessential English country Inn if you tried, grade II listed, many fascinating features and its timber frame dating back to 1580. The inn is ideally ... More

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Darsham Old Hall (5.19 miles)

Darsham Old Hall
Set amidst 60 acres of private grounds, and home to the Melford Green alpaca herd, this 13th Century house offers luxury Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Grand, thoughtfully decorated rooms, with four-poster beds, capture the Old ... More | visit website
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Satis House (5.52 miles)

Satis House

"Satis House" said Pip, "that's a curious name".
"It's Greek, Latin or Hebrew, maybe all three, for enough", she replied. "It means that whoever lives in the house could wish for nothing more."

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Westleton Crown Inn (6.32 miles)

Westleton Crown Inn

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Retaining the character and rustic charm of its heritage whilst offering contemporary comforts, this ideal base for an exploration of the Suffolk Heritage Coast is midway between Southwold and Adleburgh. In ... More

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The Randolph Hotel (6.96 miles)

The Randolph Hotel
Southwold is a charming north Suffolk seaside town on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold harbour to the South-West ... More | visit website
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Ship Inn (7.18 miles)

Ship Inn

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One of the most distinctive and charming inns on the east coast, The Ship Inn Dunwich is a venerable 500-year-old pub boasting a fine range of real ales and an excellent wine ... More

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Blyth Hotel (7.44 miles)

Blyth Hotel

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A delightfully refurbished family run hotel just 5 minutes walk from Southwold's famous colourful beach huts or the town centre. Interior has been fully re-styled by Laura Ashley and Hudson ... More

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Crown Hotel (7.61 miles)

Crown Hotel
The Crown Hotel - Suffolk Small Hotel of the Year is an exciting and intimate combination of small hotel, wine bar, pub and restaurant, Adnams Crown Hotel is always buzzing with a lively informality. The food ... More | visit website

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