Here are a few links to help visitors to Suffolk find somewhere to stay and discover more about our county.
Cycling in Suffolk Cycle routes, cycle hire & cycle friendly accommodation
Dog Friendly Suffolk Providing both visitors and residents information of dog friendly walks with a pub that is nearby, so they can plan either an afternoon or a full day’s recreation with dogs.
Easton Farm Park Victorian 'Model Farm' set in 35 acres of beautiful countryside.
Explore Suffolk Museums Information about the many museums around the county.
Forest Heath Tourism, Leisure & Culture Covers the area around Newmarket, Brandon and Mildenhall
Kentwell Hall A great house in Long Melford with regular recreations of Tudor life.
Melford Hall Family life in Long Melford – with links to Beatrix Potter
Mid Suffolk Light Railway Only railway museum in Suffolk which includes original station buildings, steam loco, railway coaches and real ale bar in summer.
Pakenham Watermill The last working watermill in Suffolk
Suffolk Coastal Council Tourism Covers the coast from Felixstowe to Walberswick
Suffolk Tourist Guide to Breweries and beer A tourism-oriented guide to some of the county's breweries.
The Brecks Forest and heathland area in the north-west of Suffolk
Walking in Suffolk Links to various walking groups
Here are some links to a few of the many museums across the county.
Christchurch Mansion The biggest collection of Gainsborough and Constable paintings outside London - five minutes walk from Ipswich town centre
Felixstowe Museum Artifacts, exhibitions and information which displays the military and social history of this popular seaside resort.
Long Shop Museum A superb collection of agricultural machinery and steam engines - 200 years of local, social & industrial history.
Museum of East Anglian Life 70 acres of farmland with historic buildings including a chapel, watermill, wind pump. Ransomes museum & other agriculture, industry and domestic displays.
National Horseracing Museum Horses, people, events and scandals.
Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum Incorporating collections for 446th Bombardment Group USAAF, RAF Bomber Command, Royal Observer Corps (No. 6 Group), Air Sea Rescue & Coastal Command
A few sites which may be of interest; either locally or for research purposes.
1888 Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute for Archaeology and Natural History Includes an interesting article about the ancient inns of Ipswich
A Vision of Britain Useful historical information about every parish in the country.
Foxearth & District Local History Society Lots of useful information about this corner of Essex and Suffolk.
GENUKI Suffolk Genealogical research resource for Suffolk
Guide to Hotels in Suffolk An independently owned, easy to use, online Guide for Hotels, Inns, Pubs with Accommodation and Restaurants with Rooms in Suffolk.
Norfolk Public Houses A site doing a similar job to us, in our neighbouring county.
Pastscape Detailed information about listed buildings, ancient monuments and archaeological finds.
SUFFOLK Secrets This is a family owned, locally-based holiday cottage lettings agency founded over 14 years ago.
Shotley Peninsula Walks Also sell a book of 10 circular walks based on the Shotley peninsula, where seven of the walks are named after the local pub, the other 3 walks pass pubs. The books sell at £5.00 with all profits going to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Suffolk Churches Over 670 churches listed on this site which also contains a lot of historical information and practical travelling tips for cyclists.
Suffolk Mills Group Documenting the county's old mills.
Suffolk Rambling clubs Check with local groups to see where and when they walking - many trips may either end in or close to a local pub!
Suffolk bed & breakfast A one stop guide to bed and breakfast accommodation throughout Suffolk.
Suffolk cottages A range of local rentable properties to suit all requirements.
The Lost Pubs Project Nationwide project to document the country's lost pubs.