Once a Viking Royal Town, Hadleigh is the reputed burial place of Danish King Guthrum.
Welcome to Hadleigh
Expect a friendly welcome and relaxed hospitality wherever you go.
The town’s backbone is the High Street, with just the right eclectic mix of shops, services, restaurants, cafés and pubs – known for their individuality, quality and care, with both a contemporary and traditional feel .
Hadleigh nestles in breath-taking countryside with spectacular scenes that inspired 18th-century painters, Constable and Gainsborough.
Once a Viking Royal Town, Hadleigh is the reputed burial place of Danish King Guthrum. In the 15/16th C. it prospered through its cloth trade – with timber and plasterwork buildings lining the high street. St. Mary’s Church with its tall lead spire, is bordered by a magnificent 15th C. Guildhall and red-brick Deanery Tower.