- A long list of historic houses, ancient monuments, gardens etc, may be viewed in the journal of the East of England tourist board
which will be available in the holiday let.
- There are farmer's markets to visit, three local farm shops offering a wide variety of local and organic produce.
- Lots of pretty villages to visit, notably Lavenham, an ancient wool town full of timber framed houses. Kersey, the village with a ford
across the main street.
- One of the fields on the farm has more than 180 different plant species for those who are keen on botany.
- Broakes and Chalkney woods, both owned by the Forestry Commission, are open all the year and are two hours walk away.
- Ordnance Survey Explorer maps will be available to borrow from the farm, together with a small library of reference books on flora and fauna.
- There are at least a dozen country pubs nearby with food available, one offering rowing boats for hire for exploring the River Stour.
- Assington Mill provides interesting courses for local studies.
- There is a prehistoric group of Sarcen stones in and around the village church.
- The Imperial War Museum at Duxford (50 minutes by car). Don't miss the Sutton Hoo centre at Woodbridge.
- Riding stables 2.5 miles away.