BungayCopyright Glen Denny


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Tel code: 01986 | code search
Postcode: NR35 | code search
Population: 5000
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Annual Earsham Hall May Day Country Food & Craft Fair

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Vibrant and charming market town. With a variety of historic buildings, churches, shops and the River Waveney encircling the town, Bungay provides the perfect location for a day out.
Bungay is a vibrant and charming market town, situated in a loop of the River Waveney. The town is steeped in rich history and displays a Saxon Church, remains of a Norman castle, Roman well and a Benedictine priory. The town is primarily built around the castle on a hill partially surrounded by the River Waveney. The famous Buttercross was rebuilt after the Great Fire in 1688, which in earlier times was used as a prison with a dungeon, now it is used to hold weekly markets.
The town boasts various attractions in the surrounding area including the Bungay Museum, St Peterís Brewery, The Otter Trust and the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum. Whilst exploring this bustling old town, there is a wide range of shops to tempt you including antiques, crafts and every day items. There is also a good selection of cafes, restaurants, tearooms and pubs.
Bungay also houses a golf course, sports hall, bowling green and indoor swimming pool.


Bungay Castle
Bungay Museum
Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Centre
St Peter's Brewery and Visitor Centre


Outney Meadow Caravan Park


Grove Farm Cottage
Kingfisher at Millfield Cottages
Nutberry at Cherrywood Cottages
Poppy Cottage
Tumbledown Cottage

Estate Agent

Abbotts Estate Agents Ltd
Brown William H

Golf Club

Bungay & Waveney Valley


Kings Head Inn


Bungay Country Market

Pub and Bar

Green Dragon
Olive Tree


Earsham Street Cafe

St Peter's Hall


Nutberry at Cherrywood Cottages
Tindall Barn


Sprake & Kingsley




Three Willows Garden & Plant Centre
21st Century Gallery
Eden Organics and Wholefoods


Bungay Cherry Tree Angling Club(Fishing)

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Kings Head Inn (0.50 miles)

Kings Head Inn
A family inn at the heart of the historic market town of Bungay on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.The new owners who took over the Kings Head in November 2010 guarantee a warm welcome. You may even ... More | visit website
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Earsham Park Farm (2.24 miles)

Earsham Park Farm

Relax in informal surroundings in this quiet secluded victorian farmhouse with spectacular views situated half a mile from the A143 between Bungay and Harleston . All rooms are decorated to a high standard with ... More | visit website

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Tindall Barn (2.66 miles)

Tindall Barn

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Standing privately, surrounded by meadowland, this uniquely situated exquisite conversion of old farm buildings features limestone floors, beamed ceilings and exposed brickwork. Tindall Barn is beautifully furnished ... More

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Nutberry at Cherrywood Cottages (2.71 miles)

Nutberry at Cherrywood Cottages

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Tucked away down a country lane leading to the River Waveney, these two traditional 19th century farm building conversions are ideal for a peaceful and relaxing break ... More

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Buckland House (4.20 miles)

Buckland House
Buckland House is an extended 18th Century cottage set in a 1/3 acre of gardens and orchard. Once a methodist meeting room, it now offers comfortable bed an breakfast accommodation. Surrounded by open fields and ... More | visit website
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Waveney House Hotel (4.83 miles)

Waveney House Hotel

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The Waveney House Hotel is situated in the beautiful Waveney Valley. Since at least 1540, guests to the house have enjoyed its unique hospitality.

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The Swan House (5.03 miles)

The Swan House
Ideally situated in the bustling, traditional market town of Beccles , the Swan House offers beautiful and idiosyncratic bed and breakfast accommodation. Our distinctive rooms provide the perfect, cozy base from which to explore the ... More | visit website
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Kings Head Hotel (5.07 miles)

Kings Head Hotel
The Kings Head Hotel in Beccles is a 17th century coaching hotel which has just been fully refurbished and is situated in the centre of this lovely market town of Beccles in Suffolk. All 20 ... More | visit website
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Sisland Tithe Barn (5.48 miles)

Sisland Tithe Barn
Sisland Tithe Barn in its rural, but accessible, location offers the perfect gateway to discover East Anglia.

The luxurious accommodation, within a converted barn,features a wealth of exposed beams and combines comfort, style and attention to ... More | visit website
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Cor Blimey (6.46 miles)

Cor Blimey

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Just 50 yards from free fishing on the River Chet, this delightful character cottage has been lovingly restored to offer a high standard of accommodation. Ideal for ... More

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