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All reviews beautiful village market square crooked house worth a visit century church small town harry potter free parking medieval period amazing collection open to the public public toilets a nightmare country town individual shops the main road english town
We have just spent two days in Suffolk in the Lavenham area. The small town is really beautiful with many interesting historic buildings and a really good selection of places to eat and drink. There are plenty of individual shops for a bit of retail...More
I have visited Lavenham twice in the past 3 years and both times I will say that the public toilets near to the market square were the most DISGUSTING that I have ever had the misfortune to visit in my life! Dilapidated, stainless steel throughout...More
Went on day trip via coach absolutely beautiful almost surreal beautiful houses lots little shops crafts antiques market so love to go again lots of little tea shop must visit crooked house teashop so quaint lush tea and cakes so much to see run out...More
We followed the ‘A Walk Round Lavenham’ leaflet to see the village and its beautiful buildings.
We parked at the car parking near The Cock Horse pub -plenty of spaces - and started by visiting the magnificent church opposite with its amazing collection of church...More
It's changed owners yet again and consequently all the previous reviews have been removed. We visited last year when it was a thriving bistro, but now it's a Tapas restaurant operated by Stock & Bailey of Colchester. We were mightily surprised when we walked in,...More
A picture perfect quiet village with good parking, gift shops and tea rooms. There are dog bowls with water outside shops and some pubs allow dogs in. There is a beautiful church that is a must to see. We had a map with walks that...More
This interesting town has survived as it is because when the wool trade failed, so did the town and so many houses did not get 'improved'. We visited the ancient (and large) church and the Guildhall (which was at times a prison) and enjoyed a...More
A warm day came so decided to pop to lavenham to have a look around . Parking was a nightmare .market place is off the main road . Went to se Harry potter house. Went into the bakery was average not the best . Found...More