Long Melford

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County - Suffolk | Map
Tel code: 01787 | code search
Postcode: CO10 | code search
Population: 5000
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Folk Customs:
Jankyn Smith's Endowment
John Sayers Dole

Long Melford Events

January
Burns Night Celebration

March
Lambing at Kentwell Hall

April
Festive Easter at Kentwell Hall
Lambing at Kentwell Hall

May
Sheep Shearing and Wool Days

June
Tudor Kentwell 1556

October
Halloween Fun!
Scaresville!

December
Dickensian Christmas
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Rose & Crown
"Hello, When I was a young boy this superb pub was run by my great uncle and aunt, George and Maud, with their son Roy. My family spent several summers in ..." More

Bull Hotel
"Good Points: All Staff friendly and attentive, had two young families visit me nad no problem with toys etc in the lounge. Bad Points: Hope the chimney fire didn't cause ..." More

Crown Hotel
"Good Points: Friendly, informal but businesslike, good beer and food, neither 'stuffy' nor too casual. Just right. General review: Just right.

Date visited: 2009-08-25 ..." More

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Long Melford has a lot to offer the visitor; historic buildings, good food, life-style shopping, antiques and the latest fashions.

Set in the heart of the valley of the Stour river, the scenery is something special. Two hundred years ago John Constable thought so too, using scenes from the river in many of his paintings.

There are two stately homes; Kentwell, a romantic, moated Tudor mansion in a tranquill parkland setting, and Melford Hall, ancestral home of the Hyde Parker family, which now belongs to the National Trust.

Five hotels offer a wide range of accommodation, from luxury four-poster beds to sensibly-priced motel rooms. There are lots of options for good eating too, with five other specialist restaurants offering a range from nouvelle cuisine through traditional English dishes to tea and snacks.

The shops are something special, catering not only for the local population, but also forming an oasis of quality shops for the district and beyond. They include two bookshops, two butchers, fashion shops, department store, picture framer, pottery and undertaker, plus a fine array of antique shops. Mostly managed by their owners, they have an individual style which makes them well worth a visit. Population 5,000

Attraction

Kentwell Hall
Melford Hall

Dentist

The Dental Surgery

Doctor

Dr Goodliffe & Partners

Farmers Market

Long Melford Farmers Market

Inn

Bull Hotel
Crown Hotel
George & Dragon
The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant

Pub and Bar

Hare Inn
Rose & Crown
Swan Inn
The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant

Restaurant

Chimneys Restaurant
Crown Hotel
George & Dragon
Hare Inn
Scutchers Restaurant
The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant

School

Long Melford C of E Primary School

Taxi

A Line Taxis
Felix

Sports Clubs

Long Melford (Amateur Football)

Shops

The Cuckoo Flower

Antiques

Melford Antiques Warehouse
Asia Trading Ltd.

Places to Stay near Long Melford

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George & Dragon (0.10 miles)

George & Dragon
A warm welcome awaits at The George & Dragon. We are situated in the picturesque, quintessentially English town of Long Melford in Suffolk and provide real ales, good home cooked food and live entertainment. Our ... More | visit website
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Crown Hotel (0.28 miles)

Crown Hotel

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The Crown Hotel is a family run historic inn which was originally built in 1610 and retains many interesting features.Situated in the very centre of Long Melford’s famous high street, ... More

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Bull Hotel (0.33 miles)

Bull Hotel

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The Bull is situated on Long Melford's High Street, near the Village Green. The fine timbered house has a history dating back over 500 years and has been an Inn since ... More

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The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant (0.82 miles)

The Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant

A glance at our comments book will soon reassure you that you have arrived in a small haven. As far away from the ‘corporate’ style of hotel as possible but still having all the ... More | visit website

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The Bay Horse (2.26 miles)

The Bay Horse

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At the edge of the market town of Sudbury, this traditional family-run local pub offers en suite accommodation, a friendly atmosphere, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Bay Horse is within walking ... More

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The Bay Horse (2.26 miles)

The Bay Horse
At the edge of the market town of Sudbury, this traditional family-run local pub offers en suite accommodation, a friendly atmosphere, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Bay Horse is within walking distance ... More | visit website
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Hotel Elizabeth, The Mill (2.51 miles)

Hotel Elizabeth, The Mill

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Sudbury is the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough, the famous portrait artist and the Gainsborough Museum is close by. Sudbury is a thriving historic market town bordered by water meadows with ... More

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The Black Boy (2.56 miles)

The Black Boy

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The Black Boy is situated in the heart of this historic town and is open All day every day For food and drink. We offer free car Parking at the ... More

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Hill Lodge (2.64 miles)

Hill Lodge

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Family run, close to Sudbury town centre and all local amenities. 16 en- suite rooms with tea making, tv and internet access. Residents lounge bar, dining room. Off road parking, conferencing ... More

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Olde Bull Hotel (2.73 miles)

Olde Bull Hotel

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A comfortable B & B for contractors, business people and holiday makers a like. Make use of our large hot tub and activity room with its exercise equipment. 16th Century Grade 1 ... More

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