Little Wickham Place is in the centre of Wickham Market - this is Ed Sheeran country, you know!
Wickham Market, Framlingham and Woodbridge are all lovely places to visit in the southern area of Suffolk. All these towns are set in rolling Suffolk countryside, and are a short drive from the east coast, with lovely coast towns like Aldeburgh
Every week I look at a different part of the UK and feature a town or attraction. Although, I have to say, I am a little bit biased towards Suffolk as this is my home county. I frequent the northern part of this great county, but am fortunate enough to venture this far south once in a while. The reason I've picked on Suffolk this week, and in particular Wickham Market, Framlingham and Woodbridge, is because this area has seen a bit of an upsurge in popularity over the last few weeks. At the time of writing this in February 2017, that master of pop shenanigans, Ed Sheeran, is flying high in the charts with "Castle on the Hill". For those of you not that familiar with Ed's work, he originated from Framlingham, and Castle on the Hill (along with the video) is all about that area.
As reported in the East Anglian Daily Times
, there has been a surge of interest in holidays around Suffolk. And why wouldn't you want to come here? For a start there is
Framlingham and its Castle. I'm sure Ed Sheeran would have visited in his youth, and would recommend a few hours here. Woodbridge is just down the road, on the River Deben; and with the Saxon burial site of Sutton Hoo
on its door-step. The Ipswich to Lowestoft railway line cuts through Woodbridge too. Wickham Market is also close to the River Deben, and a nice little town to stay in.
Should you fancy following in Ed Sheeran's foot-steps and visiting Suffolk, the chances are you'll need somewhere to stay. I have a recommendation for you: Little Wickham Place in Wickham Market is a holiday cottage in the centre of this Suffolk town.
Framlingham Castle, close to Little Wickham Place in Suffolk
Little Wickham Place in Wickham Market
Little Wickham Place is a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, located beside the chapel in Wickham Market. A very short walk from the local pubs, restaurants and shops, Little Wickham Place sleeps 6 people. There is a wood burning stove in the living room too - which is a lovely place to snuggle upto after a day exploring Suffolk.
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I hope you get to stay in Suffolk, and see some of what makes this county so popular.
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Views to the garden from Little Wickham Place in Suffolk
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