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Welcome to Colston Hall Farmhouse BandB

Address: Colston Hall, Woodbridge, Saxmundham, IP13 8LB

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Around 20 miles from Ipswich and Diss, Colston Hall Farmhouse B&B is just 10 minutes’ drive from Framlingham Castle. In a 16th-century farmhouse, this bed and breakfast has free parking and WiFi and serves a full English breakfast. Each room has been individually styled and has a TV and tea and coffee facilities. All have en suite bathroom facilities. Full English breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the lakes, and features locally cured bacon and Suffolk sausages. You can also enjoy toast with Colston Hall’s award-winning homemade marmalade, or a vegetarian or continental breakfast. Colston Hall Farmhouse B&B is around 50 minutes’ drive from the historic centre of Bury St Edmunds, with its beautiful Georgian architecture and impressive cathedral. The pretty coastal town of Aldeburgh is around 14 miles away, and home to a characterful independent cinema and the highly rated Lighthouse restaurant.

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Framlingham Castle - Suffolk - Castle

Framlingham Castle - Suffolk - Castle

Distance 0.36 miles (0.57 km)
Framlingham is a magnificent example of a late 12th-century castle. Built by Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, the castle, together with Framlingham Mere, was designed both as a stronghold and as a symbol of power and status as befitted one of the most influential people in the court of Henry II. Architecturally, the castle is notable for its curtain wall and mural towers, an early example of this style. The castle fulfilled a number of roles. It was at the centre of the struggle between the Bigod barons and the Crown, and Mary Tudor stayed here in 1553, before being crowned Queen. At the end of the 16th century it was a prison; later still a poorhouse and school were built in the grounds.