Curious about Framlingham?

Known for its old-world beauty and charm, this much loved central Suffolk town offers castle views for miles.  Nestled deep in beautiful countryside, and once voted the Number One place to live in the country, there is almost a majestic feel about it, unhurried and undisturbed by the happenings of the outside world.   

Start your journey by visiting the famous Framlingham Castle, a stunning 12th-century fortress that dominates the town’s skyline.

Explore the castle’s walls, towers, and battlements, which offer beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

Learn about its history, including its role during the Tudor period, as it was the home of Mary Tudor, who later became Queen Mary I of England.

Visit Market Hill, the central square of Framlingham, where you’ll find a variety of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants.

This is an ideal place to shop for unique gifts and souvenirs, as well as to taste some delicious local treats.

Perfect for families with young children, Easton Farm Park is an interactive petting farm that allows kids to get up close with various animals.

From fluffy rabbits to friendly goats, children will have a memorable and educational experience.

Explore the stunning Suffolk countryside by taking a leisurely walk or a bike ride.

There are plenty of scenic trails and paths around Framlingham, providing a great opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty of the area.

Indulge in the local culinary delights of Framlingham.

Many cafes and restaurants in town offer traditional English dishes, as well as locally sourced produce. Don’t miss the chance to try some Suffolk specialties like Adnams beer, Aspall cider, and the famous Suffolk ham.

If your visit coincides with one of Framlingham’s festivals or events, be sure to join in the fun.

The town hosts several festivals throughout the year, celebrating music, food, and local traditions.

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