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Frost morning walk

Thornham Walks

Accessible by foot directly from your Shepherds Hut. Open to the public daily from 9am – 6pm. Here you can enjoy a short one mile stroll on a made up pathway suitable for those who have forgotten their walking boots, or you can venture off into the ancient woodland for a 10 mile hike.

Tree carving

Tree carving along the Thornham Walk trail.

Bury St Edmunds

Bury st Edmunds

The Jewel in the crown of Suffolk, with 1000 years of history to explore. The home of St Edmund the original patron St of England. Visit the magnificent St Edmunds Cathedral and stand among the ruins of St Edmunds Abbey in the stunning Abbey Gardens. Here you can find the only Michelin stared restaurant in Suffolk, Pea Porridge.

Debenham Village, Stowmarket

Debenham Village

A short 15 minute drive or a 6 mile cycle ride will bring you to the picturesque village of Debenham, the centre of which is a conservation area due to its charm. A plethora of timber framed buildings, quaint antique shops and welcoming pubs to refresh yourselves before heading back. 

Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo

If history is your thing Sutton Hoo maybe worth a visit. Home of one of the most important archaeological discoveries ever made. An ancient Anglo-Saxon burial chamber was discovered on this site. 



A 25 minute drive to the ancient market town of Framlingham, home to an array of independent restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops. Here you can step back in time and enjoy a slower pace of life, 

maybe visit Ed Sheeran’s Castle on the Hill.

So much

to see

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