A pretty market town in North East Suffolk, roughly ten miles inland from the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Steeped in the history of brewing, malting and agriculture, Halesworth in modern times is a wonderful mix of old buildings and new, with the advantages of the twenty-first century while secure in the roots of the past.
Halesworth is home to the New Cut Art centre – which offers music, dance, comedy and cinema to enjoy during your stay, a number of pubs – one of which being the 16th Century Angel Inn, restaurants and a supermarket.
Halesworth has lots of independently owned and run family shops which sell everything from your daily groceries right through to antiques and it is well worth exploring the town centre.
The town centre has a pedestrianised thoroughfare which was once the buy and only route through the town. It makes strolling through the town centre a pleasure and it runs all the way to the Market Place where the old town buildings are waiting for you, don’t forget to stop on the bridge and see Morris’s friends the ducks in the river.