Woodbridge, Suffolk

East Anglia Spotlight: Woodbridge

The beautiful market town of Woodbridge is an idyllic riverside location ready to be explored! With fantastic architecture and a rich past here are our highlights for your trip.

Where to stay: Secret Meadows Campsite

Secret Meadows Campsite Woodbridge

Enjoy a glamorous way to get closer to nature in Suffolk at Secret Meadows luxury campsite. With magnificent tent lodges, romantic shepherd huts and a beautiful wooden horsebox bedroom this is the best way to connect with the abundance of Suffolk wildlife. After exploring the beautiful town return to relax among the summer meadows in a decadent rural setting. Surrounded with lanterns and candles sit back and take in the beauty of Suffolk at dusk from this magical location and submerse yourself in holiday luxury!

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What to do: The Tide Mill Living Museum

The Tide Mill, Woodbridge

Delve into the rich working history of this old port town set on the river Deben. Experience 800 years of history at the famous Tide Mill Living Museum on the quayside where the country’s last working flour mill has been restored. This museum comes to life as visitors discover the power of tidal waters and explore life as a Suffolk miller. With interactive displays and activities the whole family will be kept entertained. Top tip – pick up a bag of Tide Mill flour made using traditional craft methods!

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Where to eat: The Table Brasserie

The Table Brasserie, Woodbridge

Take a break from exploring the historic streets of Woodbridge for lunch at The Table. The relaxed atmosphere at this brasserie is ideal for a casual lunch or intimate dinner in the beautiful surroundings of a Georgian townhouse. Proudly promoting fresh, local ingredients the authentic food is a tasty delight and offers a variety of choices on the daily changing menu. Spend a warm afternoon whiling away the hours with a drink in the courtyard and don’t miss the fantastic foodie events throughout the summer.

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Out & About: Walking at Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge

A trip to Woodbridge wouldn’t be complete without visiting one of the UK’s most important historical sites. Discover the Anglo-Saxon past of Suffolk and explore the atmospheric estate that is home to an important archaeological find. The short, circular walk across this National Trust site offers fantastic views and information to get you closer to the ancient history of the area. Pop your pooch on a lead and bring the whole family to discover the intriguing story of the Anglo-Saxon king whose ship burial was uncovered here!

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Nearby must visit: Pump Street Bakery

Pump Street Bakery, Orford

This cosy little cafe combines quality and design to create the perfect lunch spot in Orford, the undeniably beautiful Pump Street Bakery should be on every foodies stop off list. Brimming with handmade pastries Pump Street offers something out of the ordinary for visitors wishing to get a taste of Suffolk. From fresh baked bread and Monmouth roasted coffee to a daily changing menu of seasonal lunches this family owned bakery won’t fail to impress. Top tip – don’t miss their award winning artisanal chocolate made on site!

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