East of England
To visit the East of England is to take a journey back through time. Suffolk, sandwiched between Cambridgeshire and the North Sea, is peppered with towns and villages which ooze effortless charm. Take Bury St Edmunds, for example, with its glorious cathedral and verdant gardens. Then there’s The Broads, an expansive national park set on the waterways.
To the north is Norfolk and the unmissable city of Norwich. The city’s roots are clear – the centre boasts both an awe-inspiring cathedral and a Norman Castle – but it also has an eye on the future, with a lively student population, cultural centres and independent shops.
What we think
Gareth, Big House Experience
We know you'll love exploring the East of England. The countryside is beautiful. We love exploring the area and particularly recommend the unique Broads National Park, the Brecks and Thetford Forest. Across Norfolk and Suffolk you’ll find quaint little market towns or you can head to the coast for miles upon miles of stunning beaches and undulating cliffs.