Visit Framlingham and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Framlingham, Suffolk. A market town dominated by the castle of the treacherous Bigods. There are attractive old almshouses within the castle, which has been partly restored and also has a walk linking nine of the towers, two ditches, and a lower court beside an artificial lake.
A helmet which belonged to Thomas Howard, who was made Duke of Norfolk after his defeat of the Scots at Flodden, is in the church, together with the splendid Howard tombs. There are antique shops, pleasant side streets, and roads leading to such attractive villages as Dennington, 2 miles north, with its wonderful 14th century church, and Parham, 2 miles south—east, with its romantic moated hall.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Ashbocking, Aspall, Badingham, Bedfield, Bedingfield, Blaxhall, Bramfield, Bramfield, Bredfield, Bruisyard, Brundish, Campsey Ash, Charsfield, Chillesford, Cookley, Cratfield, Cretingham, Debach, Debenham, Denham, Dennington, Dennington, Earl Soham, Easton, Eye, Eyke, Farnham, Framsden, Great Glemham, Halesworth, Heveningham, Horham, Huntingfield, Kelsale, Kenton, Kettleburgh, Laxfield, Little Glenham, Marlesford, Otley, Parham, Peasenhall, Pettistree, Rendham, Rendlesham, Saxmundham, Saxtead, Sibton, Stowmarket, Stradbroke, Swilland, Tannington, Tunstall, Walpole, Wickham Market, Wilby, Witnesham, Woodbridge, Worlingworth
Have you decided to visit Framlingham or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Framlingham bed and breakfast (a Framlingham B&B or Framlingham b and b)
- a Framlingham guesthouse
- a Framlingham hotel (or motel)
- a Framlingham self-catering establishment, or
- other Framlingham accommodation